I had a tubal preg & yes my back was killing me & it felt like I needed to have a bowel movement all the time. I was 3mths before I went to the emergency room & my tube had ruptured, so if you think that you are you need to go immediately because you could be bleeding enternally & not know it. Hi, Yes you do have severe pain with tubal and etopic pregnancies. If you suspect you have a tubal then go to A&E now as tubals are dangerous. Good luck.
Sudden loss of pregnancy symptoms, abdominal pain, back and/or shoulder pain, cramping, bleeding, pregnancy tests going from positive to negative.
Signs of pregnancy are a missing period and positive pregnancy test. Lower back pain and pain in the abdominal region are not signs of pregnancy. See your healthcare provider for accurate diagnosis.
There will be vaginal bleeding often later than the expected period. You may also have some severe abdominal pain.
No, however there can be referred pain to the shoulder from irritation of the diaphragm. A ruptured ectopic/tubal pregnancy can cause intra-abdominal bleeding which can irritate the diaphragm and refer pain to the shoulder area (tip of scapula). If you have abdominal and shoulder pain or there is any chance you are pregnant and having shoulder pain see a doctor immediately.
Some abdominal pain during pregnancy is normal but don't risk it by any means! There are a lot serious side affects of abdominal pain if it isn't normal. It can be a result from an ectopic (tubal) pregnancy, miscarriage, rupturing of the placenta, pre-term labor, urinary tract infection and others. It is important that you contact a physician right away!
I been having lot pain in my pelvis area and back. Doctors say its just cyst but i been having symptoms of pregnancy. I was wondering what kind of pain you have have if you have a tubal pregnancy.
Back pain and abdominal pain are not symptoms of pregnancy. A missing period and positive pregnancy test are signs of pregnancy. See your primary care provider to find out what is causing symptoms severe enough to send you to the ER.
They would be the same as a natural pregnancy with the exception of the presence of pain in the side or back.
Yes, ectopic pregnancy is a rare effect of having a tubal ligation. If you've had a tubal ligation and begin experiencing single sided pain, spotting, bleeding or dizziness you need to be evaluated for tubal pregnancy immediately.
If you are referring to an ectopic (tubal) pregnancy some symptoms are: Lower abdominal or pelvic pain Mild cramping on one side of the pelvis Amenorrhea (cessation of regular menstrual cycle) Abnormal vaginal bleeding (usually scant amounts, spotting) Breast tenderness Nausea Low back pain If rupture and hemorrhaging occurs before successfully treating the pregnancy, symptoms may worsen and include: Severe, sharp, and sudden pain in the lower abdominal area Feeling faint or actually fainting Referred pain to the shoulder area
lower abdominal pain after intercourse,early pregnancy or inflammation in uterus .
An ectopic pregnancy has to be suspected in any woman with lower abdominal pain or unusual bleeding who is or might be sexually active and whose pregnancy test is positive http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ectopic_pregnancy http://www.womens-health.co.uk/ectopic.asp