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Should I be concerned?

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3 years ago
I had an eptopic pregnancy about 10 years ago. I recently took an at hpt and I'm guessing I am about 6 weeks along.I have an appointement this coming Friday, but I do have a question. I have been having some cramping off and on for the past few weeks. Sometimes it's all over and sometimes it's on my right side. I'm not spotting at all, Is that a good sign? The cramps I am feeling are nothing like they were when I was pregnant the first time. Please help.

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3 years ago
It might just be implantation cramping.  If you are worried though, I would call your doctor.
3 years ago
I went to the Dr. today and my little pea made it into the uterus. :o) I was so relieved. I know that I still have a long way to go, but I am very thankful to see the small pea on the screen.
3 years ago
i am very happy for you 
2 years ago
Best thing to do is to have your doctor check it out.  I have 5 children and been through 4 successful pregnancies (last two were a set of twins) and a miscarriage of twins.  This sounds like the normal cramping that goes along with the baby embedding itself into the uterus or even your uterus beginning to stretch a bit.  Like I said though, it is best to have your doctor check it out.  All the Best!

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