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Could you be pregnant if you stopped the pill 2 months ago and had a light period that lasted 2 days but are getting stomach cramps and twinges?

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2006-02-13 02:33:19
2006-02-13 02:33:19

You could be pregnant of this could be due to stopping BCP. Do a test.

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You may be pregnant. Go to a drugstore and buy a pregnancy test kit, then you'll know for sure.

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i also would like to add that i had unprotected sex with my hubby when i believe i was ovulating. my hubby did not ejaculate in me. but i had a lighter and shorter period too. it is about 11 days until i am supposed to start and i have had cramping in my stomach and weird twinges in my crotch since the 24th of april.

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== == These could be due to ligaments stretching. Women have ligaments that support the uterus during pregnancy, and these can begin stretching very early on. However, it's always best to ask your doctor.

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There are a few reasons why you might have twinges in your lower back. You could have a pulled muscle.

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It can be normal, but you should bring it up with your doctor in case there is something else going on.

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That is not a problem. If problem persists, you can consult the gynaecologist.

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Yes, you can get some 'pains' that feel quite similar to period pain. You can also get twinges and little stabs. This is normal but any pain that is 'strong' or makes you stop in your tracks should be checked out by a doctor.

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I have intermittent twinges under my right armpit. It doesn't much, but it annoys me There are no lumps there. Can you help me?

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Are you sure it's in your liver and not just gas pains? If you're concerned, go to a doctor.

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You very likely have a dislocated disc that is pinching a nerve causing musscle spasms. Need to either see a Doctor or Chiropractor and get either medication or treatment for this. It can get worse if not treated.

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You could be, it could be implantation bleeding. I had that with my first pregnancy, if you suspect you are pregnant you should take a test or go to the doctors. The first time I was pregnant I spotted 8 days before my period was due, I ended up having an early miscarriage though, so if you suspect it, go to the doctors so they can check you out.

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Sound like it could be mittelschmerz, the pain that can occur during ovulation.

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Breast tenderness is one sympton of pregnancy, but my breasts get sore the week before my period every single month, so that alone is not a good indicator. Also, many women experience cramps or nausea the week before their period. I suggest using protection when you have sex, and getting a pregnancy test. If you don't start your period on time and the test was negative, then go to your doctor.

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Not necessarily. I had the same weird twinges in my vagina, and turns out I got my period about a week later.

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Piercings done with a piercing gun can hurt for several days after the piercing has been done. Piercings done by a professional body piercer using needles generally only hurt momentarily and off and on (twinges) for 24 hours post piercing.

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it is more likely to be a sign of ovulation, many woman experience twinges or pain during ovualtion time.

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Depends on how fast the baby is growing and if he/she wants to move around alot usually between the 3rd and 5th month

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By 10 weeks, your embryo is about 1.5 inches big - way bigger than a grain of rice (6 weeks). But no, you wouldn't be able to feel kicking. It's probably the twinges of your growing uterus.

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you cant really you technically need a period to be fertile because if you are producing eggs when they are not being fertilised they need to be washed out by bleeding but that doesnt mean you cannot get pregnant if you write down any pains and twinges you should be able to see when your body is ovulatingb but dont hold your breath as your body may not be doin it right my best advice is go to the doctors and ask for the pill so you can regulate your periods then stop taking it and you should be regular enough to get pregnant properly :)

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of course. Go get a pregnancy tester at the drug store. I hope he didn't have aids,and I hope you have your child's future all planned out. DON'T HAVE UNPROTECTED SEX!!! (If you're married to this guy, then I take it all back! and say congrats.

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No, I don't think they are. But it is possible, I guess. Yes! I get pains like that when I am ovulating....if they are consistent after ovulation then contact your doctor. GOOD LUCK!!

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You could be pregnant. 99.4 is a pretty high temperature, though, even for someone who is pregnant. A mild "bug" or virus could cause a temperature that high and also explain the other symptoms you are experiencing. Wait until the first day of your expected period and take a home pregnancy test. If it is negative and you have still not gotten your period a week later, retake the test. If either test is positive, or if the second test is negative and you still haven't gotten your period, call your healthcare provider.

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Yes, if you ate food and ran. No if you have not. But tell someone near you and see if they can help.


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