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What can cause movements in the lower pelvic area other than pregnancy?
Answer The extra weight that your back is supporting, you will notice that your posture has probably changed with your butt jutting out, as well as your hips are …spreading to make room for the baby's passage so your back must adjust.
In my case, it meant an ectopic pregnancy..... Twice.
NOT NECESSARILY, I DID HAVE A PULLING PAIN WHEN I WAS PREGNANT , BUT THIS WAS MORE LATER ON , THIS COULD BE A NUMBER OF THINGS RANGING FROM BLADDER OR ABDOMINAL PROBLEMS…, ESPECIALLY IF ACCOMPANIED BY OTHER SYMPTOMS SUCH AS CONSTIPATION AND INDIGESTION
Could be an ovarian cyst.
There may be several causes of pain in the lower back on the right side above the pelvic area. These causes may include a herniated disc, joint dysfunction, spinal stenosi…s, muscle strain, sciatica, kidney stones or a urinary tract infection.
Answer . \nYes but I don't know how far along you need to be; I believe only a couple weeks after plantation.
It's possible; Your symptoms of pregnancy will usually appear anywhere from the first week of your expected period to 1-2 weeks after your first week of expected period.… Your first signs of pregnancy most commonly include: * missed period * tender/swollen breasts * change in color of the breasts * fatigue * nausea/vomiting * increased sense of smell * weight gain Here is a link to a website that will calculate the probability of your pregnancy: http://www.thepregnancytest.com/
There are several reasons why a woman's period might be late. Popular opinion maintains that stress can have a direct impact on a woman's cycle, although this is d…ebated within the reproductive ecology and related literature. Stress may have an impact on a woman's period since rising cortisol levels may prevent the release of GnRH from the hypothalamus, and consequently, result in lower FSH and LH levels leading to lower estrogen and progesterone. Other reasons for a later menstrual cycle could be that a woman had poor nutritional intake (diet), high levels of energy expenditure (exercise), or both. Studies suggest, however, that the amount of exercise has a much bigger impact on menstrual cycles than do stress or diet. Women with very low or very high body mass indices (BMIs) may have problems with menstruation. Cycle quality varies between women; moreover, a given woman's menstrual cycles may vary from month-to-month with some cycles being anovulatory. One's age can affect the timing of your period. Young women are frequently sub-ovulatory (i.e., they don't always ovulate with every single cycle and the cycle date can fluctuate) as are peri-menopausal women. It is useful to think about menstrual quality as being along a continuum from fully functional on one end, to being completely amenorrheaic (no menstrual period, no ovulation) on the other end. Most women fall at different places along this continuum throughout their lives. Let's recap! The following may result in a later-than-normal period: Stress Diet Exercise Body Mass Index (weight) Age (especially young women and women approaching menopause) If you are concerned consult your physician. Remember that anyone (particularly persons with no medical training or detailed post-graduate research on female reproduction) can contribute to these posts and may often add helpful but unsupported claims.
* stress * birth control * poor diet * illness * change in medications
There are 2 main causes of "normal pains and pressure" in pregnancy. The first is simply caused by the weight of the baby (plus fluid and placenta) in your uterus baring down …in your pelvis. The second major cause of pain for most women is pelvic ligaments being thinned and stretched. These ligaments support your ever expanding uterus - this pain is sharp or stabbing and can go down to your thighs. It can be very, very painful. The sciatic nerve can also make itself known in pregnancy, causing a painful ache or sometimes a numb feeling in the pelvis. With your doctor's OK; a warm bath or hot pack can help, so can massage. Knee lifts can sometimes help with stretching ligaments, being careful not to lose your balance. Pelvic rocking or hip squeeze exercises may provide some relief. Acupuncture and chiropractic adjustments are also helpful.
could be caused by iternal tissue trauma I don't really think its tissue trauma. I myself have experienced this pain. I have had it checked out and it turned out to be hp…v, which can be classified as a sexually transmitted infection. I've spoke to others who have had it and they have had the same symptoms.I know this sounds disgusting but the center for disease control estimates that 80 percent of all women will have had it by the time they are 50. Most men don't know they even have it because they is no test to determine it in men, leaving it only diagnosable in women, and it can remain dormant for a long time. I myself was in a monogomous relationship for three years before I found out. MY SUGGESTION TO YOU IS GET A PAP and DON"T WASTE ANY TIME.
Malnutrition and extreme stress are two possibilities. Also not everyone is completely regular, especially very young women. Extreme workout or sports involvement has also bee…n known to cause a girl to miss her period.
There are several reasons that cause back pain and pelvic pain. Most medical experts suspect inflammation or infection in the pelvic area. To determine the exact cause o…f a pelvic pain, one must undergo a gynecological ultrasound.
Yes, you Can be maybe just a late.. Too much running or physical stuff can cause it to be late too! It had happened to me! Doctors say it's cause your working out to much
%DETAILS% I'm not an expert and I do have IBS. I have light cases and strong cases and I have cases were it starts and stops. Light cases are when i have a small amount of da…iry in me and all it does is growl with some gas or none at all. Strong cases where I have to go to the restroom in 30 minutes. A case of start and stop is when I take a walk around the house. This case is where it has been several hours already and nothing should have happened but it did. I say, if it growls, its your stomach and a possible case of light IBS. I've been diagnosed with IBS too, and I also experience some odd movement in my lower abdomen, usually only on the left side.If you figure this one out, let me know... It feels like something is 'kicking' me...I also experience some throbbing, like a heartbeat, but I'm definitely not pregnant. I'm concerned that it may be another bowel problem (more than IBS) but I'm extrememly nervous about bringing it up with my doctor. As you said, I feel like he'd look at me like I'm from Mars.