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i have a cramping feeling in my lower belly almost on my blater, and a tenderness that won't go away! is that ok? am i and the baby ok? i'm 18 weeks, and everytime i go to the doc they say i don'y have any infections but they give me low dose pain meds to help with the pain. are you sure that there is nothing wrong with me? or is this another drawback to pregnancy? cause the docs keep giving me funny looks when i tell them about the troubles i have been having. are we ( me and the baby) going to be all right? is it something i should worry about? please help me!
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replied May 22nd, 2008
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I had this same problem and everything turned out to be fine.
Try not to worry.

If you aren't satisfied with what the doctor is telling you, try getting a second opinion.
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replied June 1st, 2008
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funny things that happen. . .
I get that crampy feeling when the baby wedges herself into certain spots. That might be what's happening to you. I found out that sometimes when I get paind in my lower right or left abdomen and I rub or prod the place, the baby will move and the pain will stop. You also may have pulled a ligament in your hip, which can happen easily now that everything is looser. I hope things get better for you.
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replied February 9th, 2009
don't know what to think
I have a problem something like that..I did a HPT and it said yes+ and then when they did my blod work my HCG level was under 5 and they told me I wasn't. but I am still having all the sign that I am pregnant. but latey I have been having a bit of a crampy feeling in my lower belly and I don't know why? they are telling me I am not pregnant but don't know what to believe I feel like I am.this is my second baby and I know what it feel's like. what should I do? and why am I having this pain?
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