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34 weeks and 3 days pregnant

Hello I'm 34 weeks and 3 days pregnant and I've been having mild cramping here and there but I also feel very nauseas. is that normal or should I go be seen?
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Hello Hanson997 and welcome to MedHelp's forums.  You are just about through with this pregnancy and on the tail end of it, congratulations!  It's always wise to check in with your doctor if you have a concern.  Were you able to do that?  However, these things are fairly common at various stages of pregnancy including the last trimester.  Nausea is very common as essentially the placenta and growing baby are pushing on your other organs including your stomach.  https://www.childmags.com.au/third-trimester-nausea-vomiting/.  Many women also experience light cramping.  

Please check in with your doctor though.  Let us know how you are doing!
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Great advice. Thanks for sharing the information.
973741 tn?1342342773
Hey there!  How are you feeling? I had loads of discomfort the last month to six weeks of pregnancy.  I really almost thought it was worse than morning sickness I had in the first trimester.  Couldn't eat as I'd get nauseated, horrible indigestion, cramping and it felt like someone was stabbing me in my vagina.  Good times. But then it was over and I had my bundle.  :>)  Hope you are doing okay!
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