Stomach (abdominal) pain or cramps in pregnancy

Some pain and very light cramps in the stomach (abdominal) area in early pregnancy is not unusual.

Are cramps in pregnancy normal?

It’s completely understandable to worry about stomach pain in pregnancy and be anxious about this being a sign of miscarriage. But stomach pains or cramps are common in pregnancy and usually nothing to worry about.

Mild stomach pain in early pregnancy (during the first 12 weeks) is usually caused by your womb expanding, the ligaments stretching as your bump grows, hormones constipation or trapped wind. It may sometimes feel like a ‘stitch’ or mild period pain. It’s is probably nothing to worry about if the pain is mild and goes away when you change position, have a rest, do a poo or pass wind.

You may also feel light period-like discomfort or cramps at the end of your pregnancy. This is nothing to worry about, but call your midwife if you have any concerns.

When should I report stomach pain in pregnancy?

Stomach pain can be very worrying for pregnant women. Pain can make you fear the worst, such as a miscarriage. It’s important to listen to your own instincts. If you are worried about any pains you’re having, or you just feel like something is wrong, contact your midwife. Don’t be concerned about wasting anyone’s time. It’s always best to get things checked out.

If you are having persistent stomach pain (pain that won’t go away) or cramping, or if the pain comes on suddenly it should be checked by a doctor or midwife immediately.

What stomach pain and cramps should I look out for in pregnancy?

Most stomach pain and cramps in pregnancy are nothing to worry about. But there are some symptoms you should know about as they could be a sign of something more serious.

If you feel any of the following pains, even if you're not experiencing any of the other symptoms listed, call your midwife, doctor or hospital immediately.

Severe pain on one side of the lower stomach in early pregnancy
This pain could be a sign of an ectopic pregnancy. Other symptoms may include:

Severe cramps in your stomach with or without bleeding that lasts for several hours 
This could be a sign of a miscarriage or placental abruption.

Regular painful contractions/cramps before 37 weeks
This could be a sign of premature labour, especially if you also have:

  • either a slow trickle or a gush of clear or pinkish fluid from the vagina or any increase in vaginal discharge
  • backache that’s unusual for you
  • cramps like strong period pains
  • a feeling of pressure in the lowest part of your stomach (pelvis).

Severe pain in your stomach that doesn’t go away
This pain could be a sign of placental abruption. Other symptoms may include:

  • tenderness when you press your stomach
  • back pain with or without bleeding.

Pain in the upper stomach 

Pain just under the ribs is common in later pregnancy because your baby is growing and the uterus is pushing up under the ribs. But if this pain is bad or persistent, particularly on the right side, it can be a sign of pre-eclampsia. Other symptoms may include:

  • a sudden increase in swelling in your face, hands or feet
  • a very bad headache or a dull headache that won’t go away
  • problems with your vision, such as blurring or flashing lights
  • vomiting or just generally feeling unwell.

Pre-eclampsia usually develops in the second half of pregnancy (from around 20 weeks). 

Lower stomach pain or dull back pain 

Call your midwife if you have this pain and one or more of the following:

    • pain or discomfort when weeing
    • a need to wee often (on its own this is common in a normal pregnancy)
    • a raised temperature  (over 37.5°C)
    • wee that smells bad, is cloudy or bloody
    • feeling sick (nausea) and vomiting.

These are symptoms of an urinary tract infection. It's not an emergency but should be treated as soon as possible.

What other kind of stomach pain should I expect?

Braxton Hicks contractions

Braxton Hicks contractions are a sign that the muscles of your womb are tightening. This can happen from as early as 16 weeks, but are more common in later pregnancy.

Braxton Hicks’ contractions are:

  • irregular (more than 10 minutes apart)
  • short-lasting
  • uncomfortable more than painful.

You do not need to contact your maternity unit or midwife unless your contractions become painful and regular (less than 10 minutes apart).

Contractions/cramps after 37-40 weeks could be a sign of the early stages of labour. This is called latent phase of labour.

Read about our pregnancy insider's experience of aches and pains during pregnancy.

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Sources

NHS Choices. Stomach pain in pregnancy https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/pregnancy-and-baby/stomach-pain-abdominal-cramp-pregnant/ (Page last reviewed: 01/05/2018. Next review due: 01/05/2021)

NHS Choices. Premature labour and birth https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/pregnancy-and-baby/premature-early-labour/ (Page last reviewed: 29/11/2017. Next review due: 29/11/2020)

NHS Choices Pre-eclampsia https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/pre-eclampsia/ (Page last reviewed: 07/06/2018 Next review due: 07/06/2021)

NHS (2017) Urinary tract infections www.nhs.uk/conditions/urinary-tract-infections-utis/ (Page last reviewed: 12/12/2017 Next review due:12/12/2020)

NHS (2017) You and your baby at 33-36 weeks pregnant www.nhs.uk/conditions/pregnancy-and-baby/pregnancy-weeks-33-34-35-36/ (Page last reviewed: 17/07/2018 Next review due:17/07/2021)

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  • By Midwife @Tommys on 13 Feb 2017 - 09:20

    Hi Mav. Any abdominal pain, at any gestation of pregnancy needs urgent review. In addition, feeling dizzy, and very tired could suggest that your iron levels are very low and could require some kind of treatment. It would be best, if you haven't already done so, to take yourself to your local labour ward as a matter of urgency with your pregnancy notes to be reviewed by a midwife and obstetric doctor. Please take good care of yourself!

  • By Anonymous (not verified) on 8 Feb 2017 - 18:24

    This is my third pregnancy after a first late miscarriage at 18 weeks and a second at 8 weeks. I'm currently 15 weeks pregnant and quite anxious due to the sudden drop in symptoms since the second trimester began. I need constant reassurance frm my doc via ultrasounds that baby is ok since i dont feel any flutters or movements. In my last check i noticed the placenta was quite huge and right infront of the baby. I researched and found out abt anterior placentas. Would you be so kind to write a blog or article on anterior placentas and how a bereaved mother like myself needs to cope with the knowledge that that the kicks might be felt much later on. As if the patience requirement and sudden onset of comfort wasn't difficult enough. I want to be uncomfortable. It's my only reassurance that pregnancy is still on.

  • By Midwife @Tommys on 9 Feb 2017 - 11:07

    Hi. I am sorry to hear that you have had 2 miscarriages and understand that you must be anxious. An anterior placenta means that your placenta is positioned on the front wall of your uterus. This is entirely normal and should not cause problems for you or your baby.
    However an anterior placenta can make the baby’s movements harder to feel in the second trimester as they are “cushioned”. It is therefore possible that someone with a placenta in this position will feel first movements later than most and a first time mother may not feel movements until after 22 weeks. I understand that this can be an anxious time but hopefully you will be reassured when you have your anomaly scan at 20-22 weeks. Anybody who has not felt their first movements by 24 weeks should contact their midwife, regardless of where their placenta is positioned. Although feeling movement can be more difficult for anterior placenta mums, the same advice for establishing what is normal for your baby individually applies; your baby should still develop regularity with their movement.

  • By Anonymous (not verified) on 6 Feb 2017 - 03:22

    Hi. Sometimes if I walk at pace (my normal pace is about 3-4 mph) for more than 5 minutes, I experience pain like a pulled muscle in the right side of my lower abdomen. It stops when I stop or slow down. What is this?
    (Walking is about the only exercise I get at the moment - I was a gym bunny pre-pregnancy). Thanks.

  • By Midwife @Tommys on 6 Feb 2017 - 09:59

    Hi there.
    Any abdominal pain, at any gestation of pregnancy should ideally be investigated at your local triage/day assessment unit. It is likely that it could be ligaments stretching as they pregnancy grows, but it is always best to get abdo pain reviewed by a midwife and obstetric doctor to rule out anything else more serious.
    Take care of yourself.

  • By Tee (not verified) on 4 Feb 2017 - 08:05

    Gud morning I'm 14 weeks pregnant and I just can't sleep.I feel very uncomfortable with every way I try to sleep and constant urge to poo.. Because of my frequent need to poo I stopped taking my drugs and it reduced ,but I started again and I always want to poo. I need advice especially on the sleeping part ,I just can't sleep ,so uncomfortable ..

  • By Midwife @Tommys on 6 Feb 2017 - 09:55

    Hi Tee.
    Sadly it is not uncommon for pregnant women to struggle with sleep. You could consider buying or making a pregnancy pillow to see if this helps you to adopt some more comfortable sleeping positions.
    What i would suggest though, is that you never stop taking medication suddenly without consulting your doctor - depending what it is, sometimes it can be dangerous to stop something suddenly rather than weaning yourself off them. Please visit your GP to discuss this.
    Constipation can also be related both to pregnancy and medication. Visit your local pharmacy where they can sell you some stool softener to help ease your symptoms. There are also many foods that can help with constipation like eg figs, prunes, dates, apricots and drinking plenty of water so that you are well hydrated will help to!.

  • By Laura coppin (not verified) on 23 Jan 2017 - 18:08

    I was admitted to hospital with bleeding and lower tummy pain bleeding stopped all toghter and cervix looked fine I was keep in and put on co codamol and sent home to deal with the pain as they couldn't find what was wrong I suffering badly sat here most the day crying and in lots of pain but it is the same pain as I was in while up the hospital should I go back or just carrying on trying my best I also suffer Hyperemesis so the sickness really isn't helping

  • By Midwife @Tommys on 24 Jan 2017 - 10:16

    I'm sorry to hear you are experiancing pain. If the pain is severe I would advise you need to see your GP or attend the hospital for help and support. If you require advice and support on your pregnancy once you are feeling better or if you wish to discuss in furhter detail please email us on [email protected]

  • By Frances Roberts (not verified) on 8 Jan 2017 - 18:12

    I've been experiencing abdominal and tummy pain for about 5 hours now, along with nausea. It is especially noticeable on left hand side. I have tried resting and having a warm bath. My symptoms haven't improved. I understand that it is likely that this pain is related to ligament movement etc. But I'm still quite worried as most advice appears to suggest that if resting doesn't help to seek medical advice. The only option I would have at moment would be to go to walk in centre or A&E and don't want to waste people's time if it's nothing to worry about. I would be grateful for any advice you could give me. I have not yet been sick today and have no bleeding.

  • By Midwife @Tommys on 9 Jan 2017 - 09:41

    Hi Frances
    I would certainly recommend that you take yourself in to be seen if you are still experiencing this abdominal pain and nausea. It is possible that it is in fact ligament pain, but if the pain is severe, then i would recommend either going into your GP and being referred to the local early pregnancy assessment unit or yes, a&e minors. Your health is important and if you do not feel well and believe that something is not right, then it is certainly worth being checked over.

  • By Anonymous (not verified) on 3 Jan 2017 - 02:39

    hi for the last 3 days ive had lower tummy pain on and of pain/ disconfort of my lady area n back pain also wanting to use the loo more but when i do i dont always go

  • By Midwife @Tommys on 5 Jan 2017 - 15:51

    Hi, You don't say how many weeks pregnant you are but your symptoms suggest that you may have a urinary tract infection. Please see your GP as soon as possible for assessment and treatment. Best wishes

  • By happiness (not verified) on 12 Dec 2016 - 06:54

    im always having pains around ma stormach i feel as if am in labour its painful plz help

  • By Midwife @Tommys on 12 Dec 2016 - 09:46

    Hi Happiness.
    Abdominal pains at any gestation of pregnancy needs to be investigated as soon as possible. Please take yourself in to your GP and you may be referred into the hospital depending on what the GP finds. If the pain is very severe, then please don't delay and take yourself into a&e. Please look after yourself.

  • By letty (not verified) on 19 Jan 2017 - 13:53

    same as to me

  • By amber (not verified) on 10 Dec 2016 - 09:04

    Hii
    I did three pregnancy test and they all came back positive, so that mean am pregnant.
    Anyway its my first time been pregnant and for five days every night am feeling belly cramps like I want to use the rest room but I don't ..
    Am very much less because I was wondering if the baby may not be growing it my womb ?? Can you tell me whats going on?
    Anyways i dont think am going to know when you reply to this so can you tell me whats going on can whatsapp me and let me know please +18765621771

  • By Midwife @Tommys on 12 Dec 2016 - 09:09

    Hi Amber. I am afraid that I am unable to whatsapp you on this number as we do not have a whatsapp service. It also looks as if you are seeking advice from outside of the United Kingdom.
    I would suggest that if you have had a positive pregnancy test and are experiencing abdominal pain and cramping, that you visit your GP/doctor as soon as possible. If you have a pregnancy growing in your fallopian tube, it is called an ectopic pregnancy and needs to be identified as soon as possible for your ongoing health. If your pain is very severe, then please take yourself to a&e/emergency department for a review, where you may be scanned and have bloods taken. Please take care of yourself!

  • By Andy (not verified) on 7 Dec 2016 - 21:38

    I am second trimester and one week of pregnant, I am experiencing pains on my lower right of my stomach, is something wrong?

  • By Midwife @Tommys on 8 Dec 2016 - 10:54

    Abdominal discomfort in the second trimester often occurs due to the uterine ligaments stretching to accommodate your growing baby and the abdominal pain can feel ''stitch like'', often subsiding with rest. Keep an eye on baby's movements and if the pattern changes or if the pains persist, or if you have any vaginal bleeding, you should get it checked out to reassure you and baby are fine

  • By asthandile (not verified) on 9 Jan 2017 - 14:54

    Sorry guys bt I have problem in my stomach so it's pain and I want to vomit bt I control my self plz tell me what's wrong plz guys I m scared

  • By Midwife @Tommys on 9 Jan 2017 - 15:15

    Hi there. If you are pregnant and experiencing stomach pains and vomiting, at any gestation of pregnancy, you should seek review from a midwife and obstetric doctor at your local hospital as soon as possible. Often, there is no reason for concern, but it is better to be checked over to be sure of this.

  • By Catherine (not verified) on 5 Dec 2016 - 13:54

    I was about 7 weeks 4 days when I started bleeding heavily, I was then rushed to the hospital after 2 day a scan was conducted and the doctor said the baby is fine.
    Now am about 10 weeks still noticing a discharge like an old blood and it's giving me concern.
    Again there's a mass cyst measuring about 67×67, those it pose any threat.
    I really need you to talk to me please.

  • By Midwife @Tommys on 5 Dec 2016 - 14:09

    Hi Catherine.
    Sorry to hear about the difficult start you have had in your pregnancy. Passing old brown blood is normal after an episode of fresh red bleeding from the vagina. The body will try to get rid of anything it no longer needs and so old blood can take a few days to fully flow out of the body. If the discharge has a green tinge and/ or an abnormal or unpleasant smell, then i would advise you to visit your early pregnancy assessment unit asap to review you for infection.
    If you have a temperature of 37.6 or over, then i would also advice you to be reviewed for possible infection.
    With regards to the "mass cyst", i presume you are under obstetric led care for your maternity care and they will be able to keep a close eye on you with regular scans etc and more frequent appointments.

  • By tumi (not verified) on 22 Dec 2016 - 12:54

    i have lot of pain and im preg so i need advice

  • By Midwife @Tommys on 22 Dec 2016 - 14:10

    Sorry to hear you are having pain, I am unsure how many weeks' pregnant you are but if you are having a lot of pain then I would advise you to speak to your midwife to be reviewed today as a lot of tummy pain is not normal in pregnancy and should be checked out. If you would like to talk further then please email [email protected]

  • By Midwife @Tommys on 3 Nov 2016 - 16:28

    Hi
    Vaginal bleeding or blood stained discharge does not always mean there is a problem, but it can be a warning sign of a miscarriage or of other complications in early pregnancy. Speak to your GP or midwife who may decide to do some tests or a vaginal scan to check for the reasons for the bleeding.
    Or you could call our midwives on 0800 0147 800 for more advice.

  • By Anonymous (not verified) on 2 Nov 2016 - 10:40

    I was supposed to see my period on the 16th of October but it didn't come so I decided to take pregnancy test and it was positive. Just this morning I had sex with my partner and while cleaning up I saw a brownish kind of stain from my private part what could cause it & is my baby safe

  • By Eesha (not verified) on 24 Oct 2016 - 19:15

    My stomach will be paining me every night nd last 2 week i went to hospital nd my doctor tells me that am pregenen but pls i dont know whats this stomach pain for

  • By Midwife @Tommys on 25 Oct 2016 - 10:18

    It is difficult to tell what gestation you are from your post, but I am presuming you are in your first trimester. Intermittent aches and pains in the stomach region can occur during the first trimester. These pains in the first trimester are usually linked to the normal physical changes your body is going through during pregnancy. Some women can also get cramps with a little bleeding when the embryo implants itself into the wall of the womb. However if these pains are associated with spotting or vaginal bleeding, or if the pains become more regular and persistent and you are concerned , you should always seek medical advice.

  • By Concerned (not verified) on 17 Oct 2016 - 20:12

    Hi...I found out I was pregnant early September my breasts were heavy and painful. Yesterday morning i noticed some bleeding as if it's my 1st day of periods with painful cramps like period pains then i noticed the bleeding has stopped in the evening but the pains still there. The was nothing in the morning today, then the bleeding came back again it's not heavy..I went to visit a doctor he did an ultrasound he told me there's nothing wrong the pregnancy is still there and I'm 5 weeks I don't have to worry everything is fine. I am so worried the pains and bleeding are still there. What could be wrong.

  • By Midwife @Tommys on 18 Oct 2016 - 10:24

    In the first trimester, a little spotting or bleeding is actually more common than you think and it is often harmless. The light spotting you describe can happen at about the same time that your period would have been due, and may last for a day or two. It is thought that it is your hormones triggering this reaction. It may also be a cervical erosion or polyp which can bleed if irritated by sexual intercourse for example.However if the bleeding persists along with the pain you are experiencing , you should seek medical advice again just for reassurance. Bleeding in pregnancy should never be ignored completely, especially when associated with pain.




  • By Anonymous (not verified) on 18 Oct 2016 - 18:34

    I have been bleeding very heavy all day with blood clots and the pain is so unbearable it's like very painful period cramps. I am so worried, could it mean it's a miscarriage?

  • By Midwife @Tommys on 19 Oct 2016 - 11:13

    Hello,
    I hope you have sought medical help since you posted this message. Heavy bleeding with blood clots and unbearable pain makes me concerned that you are having a miscarriage.
    Please get in contact with us on 0800 0147 800 if you need to talk.
    Thinking about you Tommy's Midwives

  • By Midwife @Tommys on 19 Oct 2016 - 10:54

    Hi, I'm sorry to hear that you are experiencing pain and bleeding again after your early scan with the doctor. It is reassuring to know that the baby is developing in the uterus and the bleeding is not heavy. Light spotting can be common in early pregnancy and doesn't necessarily indicate a problem. It can be due to breakthrough bleeding (when a woman would usually have her period, implantation, hormonal changes, cervical erosion (bleeding from the neck of the womb) and is sometimes the result of an infection.
    Mild period-type cramping can also occur in early pregnancy, prostaglandins are released ( which are responsible for period pain).I t can also occur due to more blood supply to the pelvic area and trapped wind can also be responsible.
    We would hope that the bleeding will turn brown (indicating old blood) and that your symptoms should settle over the next few days. A heat pad, warm bath or paracetamol may help.
    Have you got a follow up appointment with your doctor?
    If your bleeding increases (bright red fresh bleeding) or the abdominal pain gets worse you need to see your GP or go to your local Early Pregnancy Assessment Unit. Out of hours this would be A&E.
    Please do get in touch on the PregnancyLine if you need to talk to us at this anxious time.
    We hope that the pain and bleeding settles.
    Tommy's Midwives 0800 0147 800

  • By Amy Doyle (not verified) on 13 Oct 2016 - 15:57

    Hi there, Iam just off 8 weeks currently on a trip to Thailand, Iam getting a lot of pains in my stomach no bleeding last night cramps as if I really needed the toilet just for a few minutes but all day it feels like I have a funny tummy also a ten minute period when my back felt as if it wAs breaking at the bottom. What should I do? Worried as I have a previous miscarriage behind me but I was not this far along. Thanks

  • By Midwife @Tommys on 13 Oct 2016 - 16:02

    Hi there Amy, I would suggest that you find an English speaking doctor in a hospital who will see tourists under their insurance policy and be reviewed as soon as possible. Since you have previously suffered a miscarriage, are experiencing severe abdominal pain and have an upset stomach, it would be advisable for you to seek medical attention as you are 8 weeks pregnant. Look after yourself!

  • By Annoymous (not verified) on 27 Sep 2016 - 15:15

    I want to know if u took preg test an u check later the results an its positive is there smthng wrong

  • By Midwife @Tommys on 27 Sep 2016 - 15:20

    It is a little unclear what you are asking. Please would you call us on 0800 0147800 or contact us via email on [email protected] so we can better understand the information you require.

  • By Midwife @Tommys on 12 Sep 2016 - 15:40

    It is a difficult time when you are trying to conceive, but you have to ensure you are well too. The low abdominal pain you are getting may indicate that you have a have a urinary tract infection & you should ensure you seek medical advice via your GP for diagnosis and treatment. Your period is due on 14th September , so the symptoms you describe may be your period coming early. Otherwise. if you miss this period then it would we advisable to get a pregnancy test to assess whether you may be pregnant ! Good luck!

  • By Midwife @Tommys on 12 Sep 2016 - 15:35

    It is a difficult time when you are trying to conceive, but you have to ensure you are well too. The low abdominal pain you are getting may indicate that you have a have a urinary tract infection & you should ensure you seek medical advice via your GP for diagnosis and treatment. Your period is due on 14th September , so the symptoms you describe may be your period coming early. Otherwise. if you miss this period then it would we advisable to get a pregnancy test to assess whether you may be pregnant ! Good luck!

  • By Anonymous (not verified) on 11 Sep 2016 - 15:22

    hi, l am a first time mom and l have stomach pains almost every day but not too painful and I also feel uncomfortable in my lower part abdominal, when I go to the toilet to pee l do a little sometimes l don't do it the whole day and l go for my periods on the 14th September and l enjoy sex with my hubby without protection every day. l am trying to conceive for five months .am I pregnant please help me it's my wish

  • By Midwife @Tommys on 1 Sep 2016 - 15:26

    You are understandably anxious so you need to seek urgent medical help so you can be assessed correctly as you may be miscarrying. Also please feel free to contact one of our Midwives to discuss this further on the Tommy's Pregnancy Helpline on 0800 0147 800. A Midwife is available on the phone lines from 9am till 5pm every weekday.

  • By Lindiwe (not verified) on 1 Sep 2016 - 12:34

    I have this pain on my abdominal n I was bleeding this morning but it was not a heavy bleeding and now i am having spot bleeding but I still got this pain. I had sex with my men yesterday and I saw later be for I go to bed but it was not that bad, my problem is this pain I feel like something is moving on my abdominal, how can I prevent that or pain

  • By Midwife @Tommys on 1 Sep 2016 - 15:44

    From your question I am unsure how many weeks pregnant you are however I would advise you to be reviewed at the hospital, any bleeding and on going pain should be investigated to make sure everything is ok. If you are in early pregnancy then see your GP today or call your local early pregnancy unit, if you cannot get an appointment then go to A+E. If you are in later pregnancy, after about 20 weeks then ring your maternity unit and be seen today. If you need further advice and support then please call us on 0800 0147 800 or email [email protected] however if you have had bleeding and pain then you need to be seen today.

  • By Bianca (not verified) on 29 Aug 2016 - 13:48

    Help

  • By Midwife @Tommys on 22 Aug 2016 - 11:10

    I would suggest that you need to go in to your nearest labour ward triage to be reviewed as soon as possible if you haven't already done so. Abdominal pains need to be investigated at any gestation of pregnancy. Lower back ache could also be a sign of a urinary tract infection which may require fast antibiotic treatment. Take care of yourself!

  • By Anonymous (not verified) on 21 Aug 2016 - 05:56

    I am 22 weeks pregnant and since Friday I have had uncomfortable pains really low down in my pelvis. In line with with my pubic hair line both left and right hand side. I have tried resting and it even aches in bed. I have also felt waves of sickness ( not actual need to be sick) and my whole abdomen at times feels tender like it would after recovering from a stomach bug. I also have lower back ache which feels in line with dull period pain. Any ideas. Its now a Sunday at 5 am and getting increasingly worried because its not easing.

  • By Midwife @Tommys on 10 Aug 2016 - 15:38

    It is unclear how many weeks gestation you are, however you seem understandably anxious regarding the bleeding and pain so you need to seek medical help so you can be assessed. Please feel free to contact one of our Midwives to discuss this further on the Tommy's Pregnancy Helpline on 0800 0147 800. A Midwife is here from 9am till 5pm , Monday to Friday and would be happy to help.

  • By Anonymous (not verified) on 10 Aug 2016 - 11:54

    I got a chramps on my stomach an it moving to other hand,an I got a discharge of black blood,an I got a miscarriage before an I was bleeding red blood so this pains of nw is not the same an those blood are not lyk before so I need a help for that course my heart use to beat fast

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