"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 Googling, and it turns out post-coital cramps happen to a few women.
Cramps usually happen after sex because sex and orgasm can cause uterine contractions.
The day that you conceive is the day you actually become pregnant!
If you only had light spotting and a bit of cramping and it has all stopped you may be pregnant.
i don't think so because if your pregnant, you don't get your period
well conception is the day that the sperm met the egg so by that definition u are pregnant if sperm and egg have met. but at the same time if it does not implant into the uterus then u would miscarry
it's the day that u and ur partner made the baby LOL! its when u got pregnant
Conception is when sperm meets egg and they attach to the wall of your uterus and become an embryo. It's essentially the day you got pregnant.
You need to be more specific. Are you pregnant or not pregnant. If you are, it is normal to have cramping at the beginning of the pregnancy due to implantation and uterine expansion.
Find out when your due date is because you can work out your conception date from that
Conception means: fertilization; inception of pregnancy....So when you say "the day after conception" you started again...you're saying you conceived...so then you would be pregnant. Did you mean to ask the question differently? Did you mean that after your period ended you started having sex? Not too sure of your question; please clarify.
I'm not to sure about that, but I'm about three days pregnant and was spotting today. I have had five children and this will be my sixth one. From experience I can tell that I am pregnant, as well as tell you that spotting is quite normal at an early stage of pregnancy. If you have severe cramping or even moderate cramping, you should contact your doctor immediately. No sense in taking any chances whatsoever. HAPPY DELIVERY !!! LUISA T.
Go to the doctor