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Lower abdominal cramping is pregnancy symptom?

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Answered 2008-12-10 06:26:17

Yes, lower abdominal cramping is a pregnancy symptom. You can feel crampy, exactly like you would before your period. I felt crampy for three or four days and then tested positive! :)

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