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    Is cramping ( like period cramps) common in your first trimester ?
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    CrystalAlm posted:
    Found out i am pregnant I think im about 4 weeks but i have cramps that are sharp pains!! Is this common ? cause its freaking me out!!
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    phoenixfire76 responded:
    If you are having very painful cramps you should get checked out by a Dr. ASAP. Having 'period' like cramps is normal but 'sharp' cramp pains could not be.

    Best of Luck.
     
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    SLD2010 responded:
    I just had my first child Jan 18, 2010 and I had lots of cramping in the 1st and 3rd trimester. almost like i was going to start but my Dr. told me that was normal. Everyone is different ... I would call your doctor


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