Are cramps possible the week of conception?
Yes its possible.
Could you still be pregnant if you start your period and it is heavy a week after possible conception?
I'd say about 2 to 3 weeks from the first day of your last period. I actually did not know I was pregnant at 4 weeks because the cramps I was having felt a lot like the type of cramps you get before your period. I told my husband I was sure I wasn't pregnant because I felt like I was going to start my period at anytime. Boy was I wrong! I experienced the…
I am one to two weeks pregnant from conception time i have mild lower abdo soreness and cramps no bleeding not in a lot of pain just like the cramps you get at the start of period is this okay?
If you get your period is six day late you have cramps when you usually don't have cramps bright red and light last 2 days instead or your normal 4 days can you be pregnant or have you misscarried?
one week after conception there usually isn't much for pregnancy hormone in your system to cause pregnancy symptoms, though it's possible. if your period is late then I recommed taking a home pregnancy test. ~pawsalmighty I had plenty of symptoms after one week, it is possible, the ClearBlue pregnancy test detects HCG the earliest, I wold take one now and see if you see a very faint blue line???
No. You must wait at least fourteen days after intercourse to determine conception. Doctors actually consider the first week of pregnancy to be the week of your last menstrual period. The second week, is the week of conception. So two weeks after the week of conception you can determine pregnancy with an at-home kit. So you will actually be about 4 weeks along when you find out you are pregnant.
Does small cramps in lower abdomen could that be caused by implantation but cramps with no bleeding?
Answer 2: You can have spotting and cramping but not full menstrual flow. This normally only occurs at the time for your first period after conception. Some women have minor vaginal bleeding during pregnancy and independent cramps that are not uterine cramps as with menstruation. Answer 1: can't have period
Yes it is normal! i had period like pains just about the second week after my period and i was worried because i wanted to get pregnant, but my doc told me during ovulation you can get cramps in the lower abdomen and also lower back area, that said month i got pregnant and those cramps continued for about a couple weeks after i found out, so i say don't worry much about it!!
"Conception" means you're pregnant. Do you mean day of ovulation? Actually, some women (myself included) may have cramps after intercourse. This usually only happens between the time you ovulate and your period starts (so, if you have a 28 day cycle, post-coital cramps will occur between days 14 and 28 of your cycle). I remember I got these terrible cramps after having sex, and I thought the same thing. But I did a bit of…
Can you feel anything physical such as sudden cramps at the moment of or in the days after conception?
One can find a conception calculator on the "BabyMed" website. The BabyMed conception calculator and reverse pregnancy due date calculator helps you find the possible conception date retrospectively. Just enter your due date, and the pregnancy conception date calculator will calculate the exact possible dates when you got pregnant.