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How Long Can Period Pain Cramps Last in Early Pregnancy?

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During early pregnancy, period cramps normally last for between four and eight weeks. The cramping is normal and it is as a result of the many changes in the uterus as the implanted egg begins to grow and develop.
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Yes, this happened to me. I kept thinking my period was going to come. It ended once I was around 14 weeks, but for some it can happen during the whole pregnancy because the uterus
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Well no one can really give you a definite answer on that because i experienced cramping during my entire pregnancy on and off and my son is now 2 years old and very healthy. As long
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I had the early cramps (felt like menstrual cramps) until I was about 9 weeks along. Then they just went away around the same time as i started to get less tired. Good luck, and hang
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