Abdominal cramping and miscarriage
Miscarriage is when the embryos implant themselves into the uterine wall but fail to grow. They are then expelled through the vagina with the uterine wall with blood. This process can cause cramping that can be moderate to severe in some women. But it must be kept in mind that not all cramping is a sign of miscarriage. Implantation of the foetus can also cause mild to moderate cramping. Any concerns should be brought into the notice of your fertility expert.