Did you know?
In most cases, cramping is a normal part of pregnancy. Cramps typically occurs when the uterus expands, causing the ligaments and muscles that support it to stretch. It may be more noticeable when you sneeze, cough, change positions or at night in bed. Depending on where the cramps occure and how sever they are, you might want to try hot compression or gentle stretching before going to bed and discuss with your doctor of how to deal with them.