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2 month of trying and took a test yesterday and found out I was pregnant. Yeah...I am so excited. The only thing that is scarring me is that I have some mild and annoying cramping going on for about 4 days now. I looked it up and it said that it is due to the body stretching.I hope so. Good luck to all of you who are trying. It will happen.
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3 Replies |Watch This Discussion | Report This| Share this:Pregnant2 month of trying and took a test yesterday and found out I was pregnant. Yeah...I am so excited. The only thing that is scarring me is that I have some mild and annoying cramping going on for about 4 days now. I looked it up and it said that it is due to the body stretching.I hope so. Good luck to all of you who are trying. It will happen.
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