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I am currently 6 weeks pregnant and experiencing menstrual-like pain. I have previously had a miscarriage. What steps should I take to address this situation and ensure the health of my pregnancy?
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If you are experiencing menstrual-like pain at 6 weeks of pregnancy, especially with a history of miscarriage, it is important to consult your healthcare provider for guidance. While some mild cramping can be normal during early pregnancy due to the uterus stretching, severe or persistent pain may indicate an underlying issue that needs attention. Your healthcare provider will evaluate your symptoms, perform necessary tests, and provide appropriate advice based on your individual circumstances. It is crucial not to ignore any concerning symptoms and seek medical assistance promptly to ensure the well-being of your pregnancy.

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Hi dear pain is normal but of it's too painful its good to consult a doctor take care take rest
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That could more then likely be growing pain. I experienced period like cramps early on. Its just your uterus growing. The uterus is a muscle so anything that happens to it, it responds by contracting. As long as the pain is mild and dosnt last to long at anyone time I would not worry. Just relax and stay as calm as you can. 
It can be implantation pain also. Consult doctor. It's good to take progesterone. I suggest you to take bed rest and avoid physical works and stay away from ur partner.

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