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I have been experiencing a little lite cramping what is this

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All throughout your pregnancy, cramping, or a sensation that feels like cramping, is completely normal.  If you're early on, like the first trimester, you will feel it often.  Its just the way your body is responding to your uterus growing- although you should not show for at least 4 more months.  You might feel it for a few days, then it may ease up... until a few more weeks, then you might feel it again... then repeat.
While getting this cramping are you bleeding?  If not then you are fine and it is normal.  But you should just call your ob doctors office and talk to them.  They can reassure you. 
It is perfectly normal to cramp through out your entire pregnancy. It's just your body growing to make room for the baby.

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