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Could lower back pain and lower abdominal pain followed with nausea during intercourse be a sign of pregnancy?
Could be, could also be a sign of nerves, if you think that your pregnant wait until you have skipped your period by a couple of days and take an at home test or make an appointment with your doctor for a blood test....hope everything works out for you Good Luck and God Bless!!!
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Answer Numerous things; Urinary tract infection, pelvic inflammatory disease. You need to go see your ob/gyn.
Answer Hiya! Yes lower back pain and cramping as well as a late period can be all related to pregnancy. See your doctor for a blood test asap.
Answer It is unlikely but the only way you'll know is to do a pregnancy test about a week to 2 weeks after your period was due. Get checked out by your Dr.
Answer Cramping in the lower abdomen can be a sign of pregnancy. But extreme pain may be cysts or perhaps an ectopic pregnancy.
If you are having cramping in lower abdomine lower back pains headache nausea and fatigue could they be a sign of possible pregnancy?
A missed period and positive pregnancy test are signs of pregnancy. Nausea, bloating, and lower abdominal pain are more likely to be signs of acute gastroenteritis. Take a pre…gnancy test.
Unfortunately it is normal and pretty much inevitable.
No, it takes 3 days for a sperm to get into a egg and make you pregnant.
Lower abdominal pain and infertility are not likely to be related.
It is for me! With both of mine I had no "front" contractions only back ones. It started as a low dull backache and quickly turned into feeling like something was trying… to break out from back there.
I'm pretty sure you need to have sex too. not sure if you can get pregnant from those symptoms. you cannot get pregnant from just having thoes symptoms alone.........., but i…f you have had sex with a person and had thoes symptoms then you could br pregnant.
Yes, and a sign of many other diseases. An exam will help narrow down the possibilities and offer treatment.
You could be pregnant. Do you have any other symptoms and what do you mean abnormal period?
In your case, probably
You have to sit down and relax. Try sitting with your feet up. I expressed the same concern to my OB and that's what he said to do to take short frequent breaks or use a heati…ng pad if needed. As long as its not severe or accompanied by bleeding or fever than you are fine. Its your uterus stretching.
First, it depends WHERE in your back you feel pain. As one example,Flank Pain (on the sides, right above the waist/hips) can be akidney infection. Second, it depends on HOW mu…ch you weighed beforeand now. Third, it depends on WHAT trimester you are in, andWHETHER you had any prior back pain. Generally speaking, and directly related to pregnancy (without anyother minor or major non-pregnancy cause), pregnant women can haveabdominal or back pain as the uterus stretches, the fetus grows,and as the woman puts on extra weight. Women can have hip pain ashormones begin to stretch and relax ligaments; this can worsen inthe third trimester in preparation for birth.