Yes this is very common in early pregnancy. Your ligaments are starting to stretch with the increased fluid, even in the earliest part of pregnancy. This will cause alot of pain as you get further along and may sometimes even seem unbearable. Warm baths sometimes help, but make sure they are not too warm. You dont want to overheat your body, this may cause birth defects with the baby. 100 degree water or cooler should be fine.
You should consult your doctor it might be perfectly normal or could be a problem indicating eptopic pregnancy
While not all women get crampy pains in their lower abdomen in early pregnancy, many do. If the pains are more severe than menstrual cramps or there is any bleeding with the pain you should call your health care provider.
yes it can.
yes it will get to hurt after a while
This is quite normal. It's your uterus growing and changing shape.
If the pains are doubling you over then see a doctor as you may have an ectopic pregnancy.
Usually at the 2nd trimester a sign of ectopic pregnancy.
Passing tissue early in pregnancy is not really normal, but it is common. It is usually a sign of a miscarriage. Generally there are cramping pains and blood loss as well. See a doctor to see if what you have seen is a miscarriage.
Hello - Yes this is very normal providing the cramping is not severe cramping or stabbing pains in your abdomen. You are experiencing cramping because your Uterus is expanding to accomodate the expanding and growing Embryo. Congratulations on your pregnancy.
Feels like growing pains
Each person and each pregnancy is different. However, if you really have "pains" you should check it with your Dr.
Go and see doctor or midwife
no, see your doctor
As long as the pains are normal and not too severe you can take a pregnancy-safe painkiller, such as Tylenol, but NOT aspirin or Advil. Severe pains are a reason to call your doctor immediately.
yes it is normal. However, the symptoms for pregnancy are also the symptoms of Progesterone side effects. There is no definite and the waiting is excrutiating but the answer will not come earlier than the end of the 2ww.
It is never normal to have pain during pregnancy. Mild cramping and uncomfortable twinges are common during the first trimester of pregnancy. If you are experiencing pain you should call your OB/GYN.No. It's normal to feel nausea, discomfort and an increased urge to pee. Pains are not normal and should be investigated.
no because I've got sharp pains but I'm only 10
Contact a doctor. Sharp pains can be a sign of severe problems, such as an ectopic pregnancy.
if you do, that means your baby is kicking you.
Not a normal sign of pregnancy.
i need the answer
Heavy bleedn n sharp hard pains
I don't mean to sound harsh, but, you're asking if its NORMAL to have PIERCING PAINS?!?!?!? NO! It's NOT! EVER!