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Doctor insights on: 6 Weeks Pregnant Cramping

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Dr. Katharine Cox
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Pregnancy (Definition)

When your due date arrives, you will be more than ready to have your baby! Most women deliver the baby somewhere between 37 and 42 weeks. According to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, only 5% of babies arrive on the exact due date. Approximately 7% of babies are not delivered by 42 weeks, and when that happens, it is referred to ...Read more


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6 weeks pregnant, back pain, cramping \u0026 bleeding. What does it mean?

6 weeks pregnant, back pain,  cramping \u0026 bleeding. What does it mean?

Early pregnancy: It is quite common to experience cramping in the first weeks of early pregnancy. An ultrasound can verify that the pregnancy is developing normally ...Read more

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6 weeks pregnant and experiencing some cramping and brown colored, tissue like discharge. ?

6 weeks pregnant and experiencing some cramping and brown colored, tissue like discharge. ?

1st trimester bleed: Contact your OB and relate your symptoms. They most likely will have you come in for an early ultrasound to evaluate the pregnancy and identify, if possible, the source of the bleeding. ...Read more

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I'm 6 weeks pregnant. I'm experiencing cramping not often but no blood though. What does it mean? I was told that my uterus is expanding for the baby

I'm 6 weeks pregnant.  I'm experiencing cramping not often but no blood though. What does it mean? I was told that my uterus is expanding for the baby

Cramping: The uterus can have some contractions throughout pregnancy. Dont pay them any attention unless there is bleeding or some other problem that makes you nervous. Good Luck with your pregnancy! :) ...Read more

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6 weeks 6 days pregnant cramping nd i just saw pink blood am i losing the baby doc couldnt find baby just sac on day of my apt?Whats happening

6 weeks 6 days pregnant cramping nd i just saw pink blood am i losing the baby doc couldnt find baby just sac on day of my apt?Whats happening

Miscarriage: I would wonder what your physician caring for you told you at the appointment. Spotting a bit of blood early in pregnancy does not always represent the loss of a pregnancy. But the fact that there was no sac portends tragedy. I am sorry. ...Read more

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Im cramping and im 6 weeks pregnant what is that mean ?

Im cramping and im 6 weeks pregnant what is that mean ?

Difficult to tell: Cramping is a common symptom in pregnancy. Unfortunately, sometimes it can be a symptom of miscarrying if you are experiencing vaginal bleeding or passage of tissue. However, cramping can sometimes be normal. See your doctor so you can be examined. ...Read more

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I had a m/c 2 weeks ago at 6 weeks pregnant. I've been experiencing morning sickness and cramps for the past few days. Could i be pregnant again?

I had a m/c 2 weeks ago at 6 weeks pregnant. I've been experiencing morning sickness and cramps for the past few days. Could i be pregnant again?

It's possible: After a miscarriage, it is possible to conceive right away again... Assuming that you had unprotected intercourse since you had your miscarriage. If you're concerned, take a pregnancy test, they are very accurate. ...Read more

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I am 6 weeks pregnant and im having some mild cramping...Its been off and on. My first dr. Appt isnt until october 19. Should i worry about this?

I am 6 weeks pregnant and im having some mild cramping...Its been off and on. My first dr. Appt isnt until october 19.  Should i worry about this?

No: Mild cramping on and off is ok. There should be no bleeding, and prior history should be benign. If cramping gets worse or remains persistent, it should be evaluated. ...Read more

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6 weeks pregnant .why do I constantly get cramps when I move around ? Everything I do is a hassle.like getting up from bed :cramps. Why?

6 weeks pregnant .why do I constantly get cramps when I move around ? Everything I do is a hassle.like getting up from bed :cramps. Why?

See a doctor : Cramps may represent electrolyte imbalances or dehydration or infection and these can be detrimental to your pregnancy. See a doctor as soon as possible and I hope you feel better soon. ...Read more