14 Weeks TODAY!!!!! EDD: 11/28/2012 :> Next Doctors app: 06/13/2012 Currently under alot of stress from My job to Trying to get a good Doctor, establishing a new doctor on the 13th so wish me luck!!!!!! Currently having alot of crampy type pain, this is my first baby so I'm definatly not used to it!!
Hello and welcome. Good luck on the doctor...I was lucky and a friend told me of her doctor and I went to him and I absolutley love him. This is my first as well and I have had alot of the cramping and other pains that I am getting use to. lol It seems the farther along I get the less cramping I have. I have been having a little bit of side pain but nothing too bad. Congratulations and have a healthy 9 months.
Thanks!!! I'm hoping this doctor will actually be the one I can stick with!! I havent been to the doctor in over a month, so im hoping all the cramping is completely normal everyone keeps telling me it is but being the first baby ive ever had im a little more on edge than i should be, lol. I've definatly started getting used to the pains, and cramps as I havent gone a day without them it seems like lately!! Congrats to you too!!! Best wishes to you and the little one :>
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