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You are having lower abdominal pain 10 days before period?
Could you be pregnant if you missed your period and your nipples are itchy and you have lower abdominal pain?
Those are symptoms of pregnancy. You will need to take a HPT to confirm.
Answer . I really wouldn't like to say either way. In my opinion if it was a negative pregnancy you wouldn't be experiencing any symptoms at all. Buts its very possible th…e discomfort you have is from the embryo transfer. Please note this is advice only & is not to be used in place of a Medical experts.
Im 9 days late for my period and have been experiencing lower abdominal pain which feels like period pains and have been experiencing this for a week or so have also been experiencing lower back?
I have been having the same problem. My period started Feb. 29th and went on into the beginning of March. It's now April 9th and I've had no period but had the cramps. N…ot so much the back pain and you may start to notice orgasms give mild to moderate cramping that feels like you will start your period as well, but I've been reading up and it is a possible sign that you are pregnant and your body is preparing for the baby or it could mean the egg is implanting itself into your uterus...It's THAT early. These symptoms usually occur within DAYS of getting pregnant. If you have had no sexual intercourse then I would suggest seeing a doctor and possibly getting a blood test to make sure everything is ok.
Yes, it is possible to experience abdominal cramping a months or too before menarche. This is because the body is releasing hormones and beginning to make changes in prepa…ration.
If you are having cramping in lower abdomine lower back pains headache nausea and fatigue could they be a sign of possible pregnancy?
Could you be pregnant after having unprotected sex on the last day of your period and having cramps and lower back pain a few days after?
You can get pregnant anytime, it's just not as likely. Still, wait another week, and take a home test, and follow up with the doc if it is positive.
You have lower back pain and abdominal pain but only on your right side Pain is chronic but there is no pain during your menstrual period What can cause this?
If the pain is sharp and off-center a bit from the middle of the back around the waistline, you could have mild disk herniation pressing on a nerve. This kind of pain ty…pically radiates into the posterior tissue (front of the body). That it's only on the right side is typical of disk problems, as you usually feel it only on one side. As far pain going away during your period, several factors can affect disk pain. Many women usually take some type of medicine to ease with cramping during their period, and the types of meds taken usually reduce inflammation. Disk herniations are reduced by anti-inflammatory meds. Also, hormonal changes, and the bloating and other uncomfortable effects associated during menstrual cycles can mask pain or alter pain perceptions in the brain. While the pain may still be there, pain in other areas makes it seem like it's not - the brain can be fooled by other pains and distractions, which is one method of mental pain control. However, the most likely explanation is that disk pain, especially if it's not that bad (bad herniations will leave you unable to walk and in excruciating pain), will eventually go away if the disk inflammation hasn't been aggravated further and allowed to ease. Typically when we feel pain, we tend to lower activities that aggravate it. If you have accompanying pain in the back of the leg, knee, thigh or side of the right leg, a disk problem is even more likely. In the end it depends on the type of pain. Disk pain is sharp and sometimes burning, depending on the severity. Muscle spasms feel tight and somewhat sharp. Muscle pain is achy and throbbing. Having severe back/spine problems for many years, I've required the use of opiates for a long time to deal with my pain. However, there are some OTC meds that I use when I don't need or feel like taking them. Bayer Back and Body Aspirin is one; Tylenol Rapid Release gel-tabs are the other. If you think the descriptions I've listed fit what you're experiencing, then your best option is to see either a Pain specialist or a Chiropractor. At the very least you should let your regular doctor know about it.
Is dizziness tender sore breasts tiredness increased appetite lower back and abdominal pains be due to pregnancy and before missing a period?
Yes your prenant.
Though it is not a symptom, it is very common during pregnancy. It's possible; Your symptoms of pregnancy will usually appear anywhere from the first week of your expected per…iod 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, and weight gain. Here is a link to a website that will calculate the probability of your pregnancy: http://www.thepregnancytest.com/
If you are female it may be period pain, early signs of pregnancy, and STI or even a fibroid. See a Gynaecologist if pain killers don't do.
you need to see your doctor about that question
so yes, stress can cause lower abdominal pain on the right or the left stress caused me to have pain on the lower left abdominal it could be the stress or gas that causes the… pain
It could be a sign, but usually it is PMS. Women tend to get bloated and the other usual signs of their period coming about a week or so before it actually arrives. The only w…ay you'll know is to let that week go by and see if you're late. If it never arrives, then you can buy a hpt to find out if you are indeed pregnant.
Laying on the side works best, but honestly lower back AND abdominal pain could be something serious, like a herniated disc, tumor or a kidney infection and should be checked …out ASAP if you don't already know the cause.
it could be ovulation which typically occurs 14 day after your period starts.
Lower abdominal pain can have an extremely wide range of causes. Some of the causes of lower abdominal pain are: pregnancy, appendicitis, and irritable bowel syndrome.