19 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Is periodic pain is normal during pregnancy... iam still having that pain which makes me feel that my periods will start..... and this pain lasts for about 30 seconds to 1-2minutes........and happens 4-5 times a day......is it normal...my doctor is giving me hydroxyprogesterone caproate injection IP....once in a week ...and every thing is normal in ultrasound also..... so iam just worried that this pain is normal or not.....

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Answer: no nothing its called ur uterus expanding. cramping will be there don't worry it's a common pain
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