Yes, for some women it can be.
I talked to a GYN nurse this morning and asked that same question. She said, yes, it is possible and not uncommon.
I spoke to my doctor regarding my initial question about cramping. I told him that I was still experiencing this minor cramping and he took me off work calling it a threatened miscarriage spell at this time. I would suggest noting where the cramps are felt,when,and for how long as in days. This will be a good indication for your docotor to decide what is best for you. In my case I am now taking progestrine suppositories to calm my uterus down. I am also off work for 6 weeks. I did also find out that I was pregnant with twins and one is not developing. In my opinion I believe that is the source for my cramping.
Yes, your uterus is expanding and stretching to make room for baby. I had horrible cramps with my pregnancy... but still i would seek a doctors opinion if you are pregnant and having bad cramps to be on the safe side.
Cramps occur during the first trimester of pregnancy. It often results from normal change that occur during the baby's development. Cramps can generally be described as pulling sensations on or both sides of the abdomen.
You can but you should see a doctor for any bleeding during pregnancy for them to determine if it is normal or not.
Everyone is different and every pregnancy is different. I had cramps during my first pregnancy which felt a lot like period cramps, but I did not have cramps during my other two pregnancies. They usually disappear after the third month (12 weeks.)
Hi, Yes abdominal cramping is normal during early pregnancy unless the cramping becomes severe. In cases of severe cramping, then you must contact your doctor.
Yes, but usually only at the time you would have had your first period after conception. After that it's normal to have pregnancy cramps but they're not normally menstrual cramps. If you are asking whether you can get pregnant during your period the answer is, it's very unlikely.
Yes,This could be painful inplantation of the egg.
It is ABSOLUTELY normal to have some cramping during pregnancy! Especially during the first trimester. The last answer stated that it is NOT normal, and could be early labor. This WikiAnswer thing is dangerous. If you have questions about your pregnancy, don't rely on strangers and laypeople for answers. Consult a doctor.
cramps in early stages or any time during pregnancy can mean the body is trying to spontaneously abort the fetus. Nature's way of fixing things that are not supposed to happen. *Cramps during early pregnancy are something that happens to many women. Your body is changing and getting ready for your baby to grow. Many women will experience mild cramps during the first few weeks of pregnancy. In fact, a lot of women think that they are getting ready to start their periods because they feel cramping.
Yes, dizziness, cramps and headaches are all normal in pregnancy - most often caused by hormonal fluctuations.
well actually when you ovulate you are considered 2 weeks pregnant already (based on the regular period cycle of 28 days). So week one you are on your period which is normal to have cramps. Pregnancy cramps dont come tell atleast 3 plus weeks in pregnancy.
Cramps are normal during pregnancy no matter where they are in the stomach, unless they are sharp or painful. You should tell you're doctor about these immediately just to be on the safe side. Left side cramps are not necessarily a sign of pregnancy but can occur during pregnancy. 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, and weight gain. Here is a link to a website that will calculate the probability of your pregnancy: http://www.thepregnancytest.com/
Cramps are common during pregnancy. It is because of the uterus stretching to make space for the baby
Cramps are common and normal in early pregnancy as well as during miscarriage so both can be correct. Miscarriages during the first trimester is usually due to the fetus not being equipped to grow or survive.
absolutely, i didnt stop cramping till my 4th month. You can have mild, to severe cramps all throughout a pregnancy. your uterine wall during pregnancy is constantly expanding and contracting, cramps are very common during pregnancy, ecspecially in the first and last few weeks.
You can experience what feels like cramping during the first several weeks due to your uterus stretching, especially during your first pregnancy.
Possible UTI which are pretty common in pregnancy. Call your dr and tell them you think that you have one.
Yes cramping is normal during the first trimester. Its due to the baby growing and stretching you internally which is why you have cramps. Any bloody discharge, or spotting or sharp cramps should be reported to your doctor.
there, No, you dont usually have cramps when you go on the pill, the pill should prvent the cramps...if you have had unprotected sex before going on the pill, i strongly advise you stop taking it and take a pregnancy test as cramping is 1 or the most common signs of early pregnancy as is spot bleeding, headaches back ache ect ect, if it turns out that you are not pregnant then seek advice from your doctor as to why you are having the cramps from taking the pill!
There's usually signs of slight cramps but not too painful.
yes, it is very normal to bleed during the first 3 months of pregnancy. don't worry.
The uterus is a muscle. It's the contraction of this muscle that causes both menstrual cramps and birth cramps. You can have uterine cramping at the time you would have had your first period after conception. If you have spotting after this time for your first period tell your doctor soon. It's normal to have cramps during pregnancy. They're likely to be from other causes -- stomach cramps, constipation, etc. You may want to mention them to your doctor at your next regular visit. ============================== I am 4 weeks pregnant and my cramps feel very similar to period cramps. However, the seem to be just slightly higher and a little more dull. They are also paired with nausea and breast tenderness.
I'm 5wks along and I have felt bloated since conception. I also feel my uterus stretching......like light menstrual cramps.
Yes, at the time for your first period after conception. Cramping is common during other times of pregnancy but it's not uterine or menstrual cramping.
Its mostly pelvic cramps