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Asked by MissNat28

Q: Hi Ladies. . I'm 4weeks 3 days

Hi ya..

I'm expecting my second baby on 21st October.. its a long way off.. I know I'm early but I thought the hardest part was getting pregnant, yet you get pregnant and then worry about the other things like cramping etc.
I can't remember 9 years ago and can't remember me paying an interest in my body like I am now.
These cramps are quite worrying even though I know they are "normal".. its a strange feeling... I'm constipated, exhausted, hungry and excited lol.

Any one want to reassure me and have girly chats at any point I am ready..I just feel I need some support what with me finding out so early. I feel a bit silly

Thanks ladies xx

This question was asked Feb. 14, 2015 7:25pm
Category: Newly Pregnant

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Answered by MissNat28 - Feb. 16, 2015 8:07pm
Thanks ladies.. as you all know cramping is a good sign which is nice to hear. Means the baby is sticking. My boobs are the problem now haha.. I'm a 34E usually but they aren't even fitting in my bra at the moment. And the pain is like they are on fire... so heavy and sore. When i had my son i was 34H by the end.. looks like it could happen again lol.. All good signs of strong hormones I'm guessing. Nearly 5weeks now.. exciting!! . x

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Answered by MissNat28 - Feb. 16, 2015 8:07pm
Thanks ladies.. as you all know cramping is a good sign which is nice to hear. Means the baby is sticking. My boobs are the problem now haha.. I'm a 34E usually but they aren't even fitting in my bra at the moment. And the pain is like they are on fire... so heavy and sore. When i had my son i was 34H by the end.. looks like it could happen again lol.. All good signs of strong hormones I'm guessing. Nearly 5weeks now.. exciting!! . x

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Answered by mznikki955 - Feb. 16, 2015 6:23pm
I've been having slight cramping as well and was worried but I heard that the cramping is normal at 4 weeks and its from the baby attaching itself to the uterine wall. If bleeding starts that is when you need to go to the doctor to be concerned about a possible miscarriage. Wishing healthy pregnancies to all :)

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Answered by rcorinne - Feb. 15, 2015 10:06pm
Congrats! We're here to help and commiserate. Those first several weeks are scary, but you can do it. :)

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Answered by MissNat28 - Feb. 15, 2015 3:39pm
Hi ladies thank you once again for your support.
I'm not worrying to the point it's a stress.. I guess every woman worries slightly about the cramping.. I know how you feel about the wiping and expecting to see something bad. I'm doing the same things.
I'm soooo tired.. x

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Answered by joydrop - Feb. 15, 2015 7:59am
Hi there
I'm due 25 October with baby number 2, after a miscarriage in July last year. I completely understand where you're coming from - every little cramp worries me. I know its normal to have cramps but can't help worrying. At the end of the day, worrying won't change the outcome so just trying to be positive

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Answered by Papas~Mama - Feb. 14, 2015 9:53pm
Congratulations and enjoy your pregnancy; it goes so fast(38 weeks now and I feel like I just got my first + hpt)! Although cramping can be a scary thing at any time, it is also a normal sign in nearly all early pregnancies. Your uterus has to stretch to accomodate it's new guest. It is also gaining fluid and blood at a rapid rate which causes some discomfort. I never paid attention in my past pregnancies either so I was surprised (in this, my 4th pregnancy) how much I learned and realized, lol. I've also worried for the past 9 months about seeing blood on my toilet paper, but now that I'm almost at the end I wish I would see some bloody show, lol! It's so normal to worry. It's okay. Congratulations again and enjoy every moment!

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Answered by MissNat28 - Feb. 14, 2015 9:14pm
Hi ladies..
Mammyto3monkeys14 thank you and congratulations to you too. Thanks for the support it does help. I seem to just cramp up at night and last night felt a stretch across my pelvic bone..

Hereistohoping. I'm so sorry to hear of your loss that's horrible you had to go through so much yet so pleased you finally have a beautiful growing baby being made. Thank you for your support.
My last AF was 14/01/2015. I am actually looking forward to a scan. I have a feeling I ovulated early. My cycle is usually 28-32 days it was never regular. However I test on Monday 9th February. My tests weren't that faint. 48 hours later my tests were extremely positive. I've never seen a line come up so quick and so dark. I think he/she will be sticky.. well I hope with all my heart xx

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Answered by hereistohoping - Feb. 14, 2015 9:01pm
We tried for 6 years and had 4 chemical pregnancies in 2014. Finally on Christmas eve we got another BFP and we are 11w3d now with a healthy baby. I worried with every cramp, twinge and ache. The fact I had no morning sickness worried me and up until my 2nd prenatal appt last week where we actually heard the heartbeat on the Doppler, I worried. I think it is normal to worry. My symptoms came and went every few days which scared the crap out of me. People kept telling me to stop worrying and enjoy my pregnancy, which didn't make it any easier. It's nerve wrecking and scary, but the second I heard that heartbeat a few days ago I felt this huge weight lift off my shoulders. Best of luck, I'll be crossing my fingers for a sticky bean for you! Message me if you ever need to talk!

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Answered by mammyto3monkeys14 - Feb. 14, 2015 9:00pm
Im 5+1 and having alot of cramping tooits perfectly normal but still worrying all the same oh and congratulations x

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