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Question: what is cramps?

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Answer: Cramps are the lower abdomen pains you feel during your periods. Crams in the third trimester, which feel like the ones you get in periods are a sign of cervical progress. In the third trimester you may also get Braxton-Hicks contractions which is like cramping and abdominal pain, it can happen from time to time.
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