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Could a woman be pregnant if she expierences bleeding and severe cramps not like normal period cramps?

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2008-11-21 07:39:16
2008-11-21 07:39:16

Yes she can be pregnant, and if she is pregnant and is bleeding she is at risk of a miscarriage, and should see a doctor immediately.

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Can be normal, depending on how far along you are. If there is bleeding, discharge, or increase in pain, contact your doctor immediately.


No, not having cramps is normal and lucky. If your haveing a normal flow you aren't pregnant.


If you have a normal period with normal flow you are not pregnant



as long as your not bleeding with the pain everythhing should be ok....its normal to cramp because your uterus is streaching


It can be a sign of a miscarriage or it can just be "normal" bleeding. If you are bleeding, you should see a doctor as soon as possible. With a miscarriage the bleeding is usually "chunky" and you have cramps, but not always. It could be a sign of miscarriage if its heavy bleeding like a period i had a miscarriage 2 months ago and mine started out with mild cramps then i started to sopt brown and then i was bleeding like a normal period and a few hours later the cramps got really bad talk to your doctor about this. Dont worry to much over it some women do spot when they are pregnant. Good Luck!


im 5+ weeks pregnant and ive got cramps on the left side of my abdominal but im not bleeding im 5+ weeks pregnant and ive got cramps on the left side of my abdominal but im not bleeding Hi there and Congrats. I am 4 weeks pregnant and experiencing cramping on my left side. As far as I know it is normal but you should always say it to you doctor to rule out the possibility of an ectopic pregnancy.


No! You shouldn't be bleeding unless you're not pregnant!


Yes.Answer 2:If you are having a normal period with normal flow you are not pregnant.


I wouldn't think so. I would go to the doctors to make sure everything is ok. I have one kid and i never bled or had cramps while i was pregnant. I have heard of bleeding but not severe cramping.


yes. Four weeks pregnant is just about the time your period is due so you may have cramps.


Normal is different for each person. Do you normally have stomach cramps? Usually pregnancy doesn't involve stomach cramps, just nausea.


Some bleeding is normal, but if its heavy bleeding then probably not normal but you should see a doctor either way.


It is possible to experience vaginal bleeding when you are pregnant, but it is unlikely - it is also biologically impossible to menstruate during pregnancy. If you think that you could be pregnant then take a pregnancy test to determine if you are pregnant or not.


Light cramping is normal, yes. If it is very painful and/or accompanied by bleeding, it is important to go straight to the hospital though. The cramps are caused by the uterus stretching as the baby grows.


no better go see the doctor quikly if you dont it might cause your child health problems or anything like that


Yes, but if you notice any bleeding, speak to your doctor


Some women do have some light bleeding when they are pregnant so that is perfectly normal.



No it isn't normal and you should seek medical help.


It's not normal, but can happen. See your doctor.


Yes it is perfectly normal, even for the cramps to resemble period pains.


Yes, it is normal to have some light bleeding within the first month that you get pregnant this is known as implantation bleeding, where the fertilized egg is implanting into your uterus.


No, bleeding is not normal at this time. You may be in preterm labor. Call your doctor.


best to get checked out right away, bleeding in pregnancy can mean many different things. some can be normal and harmless while others can be harmful, dont hesitate to get to the a&e right away!!!!!



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