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Is cramping or spotting mandatory
Is cramping or spotting mandatory during early pregnancy,if so when these symptoms will be observed.
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Spotting is not good for you. This problem is due to the hormnal disturbance.
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take care.
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Dear , don't worry Consult  gynacologist if above problems which u said , above symptoms not good in pregnancy
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Take Proper counselling for this Consult online with me
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No it not These syptoms should raise an alarm This could be early signs of abortion
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It's not a very good sign.. it could be a sign of early miscarriage...plz have proper rest..
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