Hi this is my first pregnancy and I would just like some reassurance that what I'm feeling is normal. First off I believe that I am 6 weeks and my first dr's appt is not for another 4 weeks. Should I go to the er and get tested or will I be fine? Secondly, my last period (August 27) only lasted a day and half, but I didn't think anything about it. Could I be farther along and that could have been implanation bleeding? My normal period is about 4 to 5 days. Thirldy, I have been cramping off and on. It is like a period cramp, but nothing terrible. Just want to make sure this is normal. And lastly, I have had some back pain, again nothing terrible, but haven't seen this as a normal thing. I do work as a bank teller so I am on my feet all day, so this may be part of it. BUt my mom seems to think something may be wrong. Any help or info wouold be greatly appreciated.View Thread
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