In some women yes.Answer
Lower back aches are more common later in pregnancy.
Not necessarily. It can also be a sign of your period. Or it can just be a random problem, like you're not sleeping well, or even your stressed.
Yes, it can be. However, Back pain doesn't usually occur until later on in pregnancy when the weight of the baby and amniotic fluid is causing strain on the back
no to early it depends how far into pregnancy you are my auntie has back pains still after her prenancy (3 days after)
it depends. when was your last period. if you are late, then yes it could be. but there are alot of other things it could mean to. such as a pulled muscle, just plain ole back pain etc... if you think you may be pg, i would suggest taking a hpt. good luck.
during the whole pregnancy. You always get back aches on and off.
Some women do experience a lower dull sort of pain in their lower back in early pregnancy. It is pretty common!
Yes, but not likely.
It could be....
yes it will get to hurt after a while
In your case, probably
You probably had it before the pregnancy also. You need to consult your family physician.
i have been pregnant 3 times, and each time i had lower back pain even before my pregnancy had been confirmed.
Yes, but not necessarily.
* head * fatigue (everywhere) * lower back * legs * sometimes cramping
Hi, Yes this is a normal symptom.
As early as the first trimester,but this could mean a miscarriage and you should see a doctor a.s.a.p..
no you're not pregnant! Who would want to have kids with you?!
Most often the pain appears in the later months or becomes worse as pregnancy progresses.
You bet! Lots of wierd things happen when your pregnant! Fatigue is yes and body aches in your tummy and lower back are too. But anything else isn't so see your doctor to rule out Anemia.
i need the answer
I am 5 weeks and 2 days and it just started today.
I believethat iit is possible. With all three of my pregnancies i experienced cramping,bloating and breast soreness. By my third I knew i was pregnant at 2 weeks. My Dr. said that with some women, these can be signs of early pregnancy.
Yes but that doesn't mean you're pregnant. Take a test. They sell them at the drug stores for less than ten dollars. Let us know the outcome!
no it is not if your are pregnant the pregnancy is not progressed enough for back aches but keep a close eye for other symptoms
It could be the muscles (located in your lower abdomin) are straining those on or near your back. It is typical to get cramps or aches during your period.
It very well could be pregnancy.
It's a possibility.
Some early signs of pregnancy without doing a pregnancy test would be morning sickness, late period, and irritability. These are just a few though. There also Drowsiness, always being tired, having a ache in your lower back.