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    avolpe320 posted:
    Ever since I found out I was pregnant (about 2 weeks ago), I've been cramping EVERY time I have to go #2. Last night I woke up and had the worst cramp yet. I thought I was miscarrying. But I haven't had any blood or cramps since then. Has anyone else experienced this cramping?
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    kandy1982 responded:
    I have had the same pain when I go too. Do you have a hard time going when you go and does it go away when you do go? I know mine goes away after I go so I think mine is just constipation. Good Luck.
     
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    avolpe320 replied to kandy1982's response:
    I actually don't cramp anymore. Thank goodness. But yes, it would go away after I went. It was excrutiating though. AND of course it was always sometime in the middle of the night.


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