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Answered 2008-05-25 08:17:19

Yes, especially in early pregnancy


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when i found out i was pregnant i was about 6 weeks nd i had alot of cramping in my lower abdomen they say when you are pregnant that you usually get pains or cramps in your stomach.

If you also have cramps in the stomach the chances are very much there that you are pregnant.

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

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

You feel them lower stomach most of the time.

It can be or you are ovulating or getting your period. Just cramping is not enough to determine if you are pregnant or not.

It means your normal......... Cramps happen during pregnancy... this is why you shouldn't get pregnant at 13.

Cramps are a sign of pregnancy, i was sure i was coming on my period i had all the cramps etc.. im now 5 months pregnant

Then you have stomach cramps, a hotter shower helps.

It depends on the person everyone is different mine are low down but from time to time i have cramps higher up

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

The easiest way to tell if you're pregnant before you use a test kit is that your breasts get larger and sorer, you get cramps regulary around your lower abdomen and you miss your period.

well to know that you are pregnant you start to feel sick every morning and have stomach cramps if you do have a test, if you are congratulations

sometimes when your sick, your lower stomach hurts or because you've been exercising your abs a lot. most likely is, if your a girl, that its cramps from your time of the month

Sorry, i can't answer your question but i am 7 weeks pregnant tomorrow and i am experiencing the same thing. Feels like period cramps but not as bad and wind cramps when you have upset stomach. I keep worrying that i am going to see blood but from searching online about it seems it is quite normal!

Lower back pain and PMS like cramps are pretty common among the newly pregnant.

Yes! I get terrible cramps and a Midol didn't help me, so I read that a personal massager on the lower abdomen might help and it does. This may not work for everyone, but I definitely say give it a try.

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