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    Jhawkchick posted:
    I know cramps in early pregnancy are normal, but I've had cramps almost everyday for past 3-4 days. No bleeding and they're not terribly painful but definitely enough to notice. I remember having some early cramping with DD but I feel like it started later (I'm 5 weeks 4 days today). I also can't remember how long it lasted. Also.... The intense ligament pains don't start until the 2nd trimester, right?
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