(Coleen De Bellefonds/ What To Expect) — Pregnancy gets you accustomed to a small amount of discomfort all over, from tender breasts to an achy back. But if you experience abdominal cramps and pain at any point when you’re expecting, you might be a bit concerned.
Some abdominal discomfort during pregnancy is normal, but it can sometimes signal a problem that warrants medical attention. Here’s how to tell when cramps during pregnancy are likely nothing to worry about — and when they might be linked to something more serious.
Some abdominal cramping and stomach pain in pregnancy is common. Early pregnancy cramps can be linked to many run-of-the-mill pregnancy symptoms, including constipation or increased blood flow to the uterus. (…)