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    Hi everyone



    I am new to this area. I have just found out I am pregnant and am really excited but really worried!

    I am 4 weeks pregnant after IVF and I have been getting cramping. The clinic said it will probably settle down after stopping the crinone. It has settled a lot but I am still getting cramping a bit. There is just so long to go now and so many hurdles. I have no information on what to do now so I have booked in with my GP tomorrow.

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    I never had to go through IVF, but if it makes you feel better, on my first pregnancy i cramped up to about 10 weeks (quite bad cramps too) and I've just finished cramping on this one.
    Hope that helps!!

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    Congratulations Lauz!
    I cramped quite a bit at 4-6 weeks, but it eased off. Seems to be normal.
    All the best for the next 8 months

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    Congratulations. I had a little cramping at around week 4-5 but all was OK in the scan at 6wks 6days. Wishing you a happy and healthy pregnancy.

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    Hi there,

    I too am pregnant after ICSI, we had one transferred off our first cycle and a miracle occured and we are pregnant. Congratulations, isn't it the greatest feeling!?

    We had been ttc for 2 years as well, this will be our second.

    Kel x

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    Congrats!!
    I too had some cramping, got sent for a early u/s and found everything is normal. It is just your body re-adjusting to accomodate a baby. Also i dont know how true this is but at my u/s the sono told me the side you ovulate from is the side you get cramps on, mine was on the left, and i do get the occaional pain there to this day.
    Wishing you loads of stickyvibes!!

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    Thanks everyone, it makes me feel a little better. The problem I have had is that my last test was before christmas and nowhere is open until next week. I have been quite worried lately as aI have still had cramping (mild), severe bloating and a small amount of brown blood which is not always there . I think I am going crazy! My first ultrasound is Friday week (it couldn't come sooner).

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    Congratulations on your pregnancy Lauz!

    Cramping is very normal in early pregnancy as your uterus is stretching and growing. Bloating is also a very normal early pg symptom and brown blood is old blood which is usually nothing to worry about. So try your hardest to relax and best of luck at your u/s next week!

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    Thanks Trish
    Kieran, is a little cuttie

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    Thanks, I think so too!

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    A big congrats to you!!

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