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26 Jul 2010
7 Weeks pregnant heavy menstrual pain
I am 7 weeks pregnant, my first pregnancy and I am 35 years old. Ever sins I found out that I''m pregnant I''ve got this terrible menstrual pains but there is no bleeding. I do not have an infection cause I went to the Doctor. I can''t sleep at night and during the day, can you tell me what is wrong with me please.
Mild cramps are common in early pregnancy. If your doctor has found nothing wrong, it is probably normal.
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