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What should i expect after positive beta result? Just had mild cramps. Is that normal?

I just found out 2 days ago from my beta that i am pregnant. Should is still be expecting some cramps from time to time? Is this still normal?
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Yes, this is normal. If the cramps become painful or are associated with heavy bleeding/clots, call your doctor right away.
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I had small cramps the first couple of weeks both times I was pregnant. I now have twin girls and a son. So I think that is normal.
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Hi there. Ive had mild cramps and for the first time last night, i had mild bleeding for a bout a teaspoon. No clotting just a dull red, sort of pinkish with a brown color blood. I freaked out ofcourse but i called my doctor and he said it might be an implantation bleeding. My check up would still be 2 days after, my doctor just adviced me to take a rest. Today ive only had few drops bleeding but his time its only dark brown color.  I read over the internet that i have nothing to worry coz its a dark brown color and on and on reasons which i dont understand. But ofcourse until my actual check up arrives it bothers me.  But im already thankful to God that the bleeding subsided right away. Should i be concern? I try not to, i try to be postive and so as my husband. Do you know anybody that has my experience and still have a normal pregnany?
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Thanks for that, i really needed all the support i can get... You are s lucky... :-)
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