6 weeks pregnant mother

Question: I have a stomach pain not continues its happen often my hcg level 2356 and according to this 5week pregnant

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Answer: Hello dear. The hcg values are absolutely normal. The stomach is also normal. You may notice that you feel period-like cramps or even pain on one side. The most common reason to have pain that feels like cramping is actually your uterus growing or stretching. This is normal pain and should be expected in a healthy pregnancy. You may also feel "full" or "heavy" in the area of your uterus. Hope this helps.
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