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12/02/2014 at 10:02
When I thought I was around 5 weeks pregnant I suffered horrible cramping pains on my left side which were so strong, and followed by bleeding I thought I could be losing our baby. We went to the local A&E who said it could be signs of a mc but to go home and see what happened. The bleeding stopped and the pains continued. I popped to my Drs and he asked various questions but it turned out the camping I was feeling was actually bowel cramping and prescribed me some medicine to help me go to the loo.
I had an early scan a few weeks later (the most difficult 2 week wait of my life!) and they advised everything was fine and I was actually a week and bit further along.
Best of luck. I hope all is ok and it's something as simple as what my problem was. Worth asking your GP if it could be that as I wouldnt have thought of constipation as the source of the pain
12/02/2014 at 12:52
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12/02/2014 at 13:10
i had severe cramps with no blood until i was 7 weeks gone. they were so bad i was doubled over quite often and was constantley going to the toilet to check incase there was bllod.
im now 20 weeks and 1 day. my mums a midwife and she told my that its the ligaments stretching and that depending on muscle tone, the size of the mother and previous pregnancies the pains can vary in severity.
i was terrified when i was having them, i found a hot water bottle, and a bubble bath helped.
if your really worried go speak to your gp sweet.xx
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12/02/2014 at 14:50
I stopped feeling pregnant - boobs dont ache so much, the cramps stopped. I wasnt nauseus. Now I can feel our little bean fluttering around inside me and have him him/her twice on a scan and been told all is well and fine.
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