Cramping a week before period?

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Some women do experience abdominal cramping a week before their period is due.

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It's normal to experience menstrual cramping prior to your period arriving. Some women also experience menstrual cramping after their period has finished and this is normal for them.


Totally normal to have cramping before and after


PMS- your muscles are workin down there and that gives you cramps


Hi I hAVE HAD THE SAME THING! HAD A SMALL PINK SPOTTING 1 WEEK BEFORE PERIOD AND CRAMPING THAT FELT MENSTRUAL THROUGHOUT THAT WEEK.. ON THE DAY THAT MY PERIOD WAS DUE, I HAD BROWN DISCHARGE THEN NOTHING. THE NEXT EVENING IT WENT A RED COLOUR AND STAYED THAT WAY UNTIL THE FOLLOWING NIGHT WHEN IT WENT BROWN AGIAN AND STAYED THAT WAY FOR ABOUT 5 DAYS...NOT HEAVY BROWN JUST LIGHT FADING TO JUST THERE WHEN I WIPED. THIS WAS ACCOMPANIED ALL WEEK BY MILD CRAMPING AND THEN THE CRAMPING GOT STRONGER AGAIN WHEN THE BROWN DISCHARGE ENDED. I AM USUALLY REGULAR AS CLOCKWORK AND ONLY GET CRAMPING WHEN MY PERIOD HAS STARTED AND I AM ON MY HEAVY DAYS. I AM 37 AND CONFUSED! ANY HELP OR ADVISE WOULD BE MUCH APPRECIATED!!!


It's more likely to be a sign of your period being about to arrive. However, take a pregnancy test if you miss your period


Depends on the severity of the cramping. Cramping like its your period is normal. watch for other signs.


Pregnancy symptoms can start as early as the day of conception, if it is a week before your period there are tests you can take a week before your period that will tell you if you are pregnant or not but a definite sign is a missed period.


It can happen at any time of the month but usually cramping occurs just before or during your period.



That may be Premenstrual Syndrome , the symptoms that begin a week before menstruation like natures reminder that you will be starting you menstruation soon.


It is more likely that it is because your period is going to arrive soon. However, if you miss your period, take a pregnancy test


It varies from person to person, but myself and a friend of mine both had cramping a few days before we had a lighter than usual period and then about a two week long period with lots of clots and cramps.


I got pregnancy cramping in my second week but every one is different.


Yes, premenstrual cramping is common.


Different cramping during your period isn't a indication of pregnancy hun. If you miss your period then perform a pregnancy test.


unless the next month you miss your period and you dont have one no. Cramping and nausea come with your period


It can be, however it is more likely that the cramps are being caused by the fact that your period is arriving soon. However, if you miss your period, take a pregnancy test


it means that your period just left and it coming back again to get you


Ovualtion time! Some women experince cramping on ovualtion day.


If your pregnant, cramping is usual. But if you're not and you missed your period that usually means your pregnant now with a bundle of joy.


Cramping can happen whenever! I sometimes get cramps 2 weeks before I actually start my period. My worse cramps come the day before and the day of my period.


Yes, premenstrual cramping is very normal.


You May Just Be Getting Premenstrual Symptoms , your body getting ready for your period . the female body is complex symptoms for your period arriving may change all the time , for example with you cramping before . it can also occur from too rough of sex(the cramping) but if you are having unprotected sex , sex period , you may want to.check in with your doctor because it can.also be a possibility those are early signs of pregnancy.


anywhere from a week to a couple of days, depends on your body


i was take my ovul test one week ago an i have my period now one week early my question is can i be preg?



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