Third Trimester

Is there Cramping in third trimester?

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2009-05-28 05:50:26
2009-05-28 05:50:26

Yah a little cramping is normal...Your body is getting ready for "The Big Day"...All your ligiments and muscles are relaxing and moving about...But if the pain is unberable,you start to spot or your water brakes, be sure to go in right away

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