Hello - It could be implantation cramps yes. If you experience light bleeding or spotting in your underwear or when you wipe, then do a pregnancy test in two weeks time.
Some women do experience cramps during ovulation. This is most likely what you experienced.
*This is most likely ovulation pain, early premenstrual cramps or if you have had unprotected sex it could be implantation cramps.
No, you will not have menstrual cramps after having a hysterectomy. if you have cramping, it could be another health issue.
Most women don't cramp or bleed from implantation but it's always possible. It's also possible to have cramps with no bleeding.
There are several home remedies used to relieve menstrual cramps. Patches, herbal tea, multivitamins, yoga and swimming are home remedies used to relieve menstrual cramps.
Just speaking from experience. You shouldn't have pregnanacy cramps?? When I was miscarring I had severe cramping but that was later on the preganancy. Do you have spotting or bleeding? If so, contact your doctor right away! Have you miised you scheduled period? Menstrual cramps feel similar to inital labor pains, but of course the labor pains become much more intense. Good luck to you. THE REAL ANSWER RIGHT HERE!!!!!! yes...you should have cramping during pregnancy because your uterus is making way for the baby. yeah you can have misscarrage cramps but c'mon, everyone knows about implantation cramps.....
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Absolutely. Nothing to be worried about at all unless your cramps are so bad you can't function normally. If that's the case you should see a doctor as you could have something like endomitriosis. Good luck. ANSWER: that's why they are called menstrual cramps....
It certainly could if your period is late. I suggest you take a test.