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    31 week cramping and lower back pain .. NEED ADVICE
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    kerakt posted:
    Been having cramps (strong period like) since 3 or so this afternoon. About 1 or 2 an hour and then some mild pains in between ... back pain started around 7. I have not done much since I got home and don't feel like I over did it today. Should I go to L&D or just stick it out and see the doc in the morning.
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    BeautifullyBlessed responded:
    Hello,

    How are you feeling? Did the cramps go away? Did you end up going to L&D?

    I hope all is well.


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