Do you still get period pains in the first month of pregnancy?
Yes you do get pains in the first month of pregnancy, however it doesn't end there. I was terrified as I had suffered a misscarriage in June of this year. I was convinced I was getting my periods as I was cramping a lot. When I didnt get them after a week I did a test and it was positive. Five days later I started bleeding and the cramping got unbearable. After a scan I realised I had miscarried. In August of this year the same thing happened; I was cramping a lot and I was pregnant. I associated this cramping with miscarriage and the fact that I had gotten pregnant so soon after terrified me. But I am now 12 weeks and nearly out of the danger zone. I still get cramps on and off so I take great comfort in knowing that it is normal. I havent had any bleeding or fever, just all the ailments of pregnancy (tiredness, nausea etc) which I try my best to enjoy because I know I'm so lucky.
Yes some girls have period pains in the first month but it doesn't always mean a miscarriage is on its way; sometimes you can get period pains and the baby is fine. You get period pains because your belly is stretching so there is enough room for the baby. It doesn't mean that there is going to be a miscarriage.
Although stomach pains can occur during pregnancy, it is not necessarily a sign of pregnancy. Your symptoms of pregnancy will usually appear anywhere from the first week of your expected period to 1-2 weeks after your first week of expected period. Your first signs of pregnancy most commonly include: * missed period * tender/swollen breasts * change in color of the breasts * fatigue Here is a link that can calculate the probability of pregnancy…
Are hunger pains that cannot be satisfied for a week and a half before your period a sign of pregnancy?
You have got pains like period pains but you know you ovulated this month and you had implantation bleeding last week could you be pregnant?
If you had implantation bleeding then that means you are pregnant. Implantation bleeding is a result of the fertilized egg implanting itself into the uterine wall. Your symptoms of pregnancy will usually appear anywhere from the first week of your expected period to 1-2 weeks after your first week of expected period. Your first signs of pregnancy most commonly include missed period, tender/swollen breasts, change in color of the breasts, fatigue, nausea/vomiting, increased sense of…
If you know you are pregnant, then "period pains" and "a period" are actually pregnancy related pains and spotting/bleeding that needs to be evaluated by a doctor asap! If you just suspect you are pregnant then, yes, those symptoms can be experienced in early pregnancy and everything could be just fine. You need to take a pregnancy test as soon as you calculate that is has been long enough for accurate results. Good Luck!!!
If you have implantation bleeding around the time of your period will you have stomach pains as if it was your period?
You havent a pregnancy test yet And your period is supposed to be a week or two away But are pains in the stomach a sign of pregnancy?
You have got period pains on the first day of your missed period as you are trying to get pregnant why is that?
You have diarrhea and gas pains and your period isn't normal at all And you can't remember when you had your last period Can this be a sign of pregnancy?
Could you be pregnant if you had pink discharge and a light period a week ago but still having period pains even though you have already had a light period for the month?
Am I pregnant if it's been a month since I had sex. Started period and took pregnancy test 2 weeks after that day now I have light brown coming out and I have sharp pains in stomach and I'm sick?
I would say you are not pregnant. If you have had a period you are not pregnant. With brown flow and sharp pains and sick I would suggest you have an infection - these are not signs of pregnancy. Please go and see a doctor. If it is an infection and is not treated in time you could cause serious damage.
Is a tight feeling in your stomach and sharp pains in your pelvic area as well as sensitive stomach to smells an early sign of pregnancy?
Bleeding is usually not a sign of pregnancy. If you know you were pg to begin with, spotting can be ok, but period bleeding will be either a miscarriage, or something not normal. SOMETIMES, MY SISTER HAD HER PERIOD THE FIRST FOUR MONTHS OF HER PREGNANCY. WHEN SHE WAS FE ELING MOVEMENT THAT'S WHEN SHE NEW SHE WAS PREGNANT. SHE ALSO VOMITED EACH MONTH. NOW BACK PAINS AND BREAST PAINS, I THOUGHT I WAS PREGNANT…
i would think not. If you want to be sure, take a test. Yes. Some women may experience cramping and light spotting during implantation. If this is the case, it would seem like your period was about to start 4-7 days early. If your period starts as usual, then your side pains are probably menstrual, which can also start as much as a week before your period. If you think you might be pregnant, take…
I had pains and cramps for weeks after my period was due, and the pains felt very much like the mild cramping I get just before my period starts. I was actually pregnant - although I was half expecting my period to arrive any day! Apparently it is not unusual at all. Take a home pregnancy test, and if it is positive go and see a doctor. If the pains are quite strong and concentrated…
It's possible; Your symptoms of pregnancy will usually appear anywhere from the first week of your expected period to 1-2 weeks after your first week of expected period. Your first signs of pregnancy most commonly include missed period, tender/swollen breasts, change in color of the breasts, fatigue, nausea/vomiting, increased sense of smell, and weight gain. Here is a link to a website that will calculate the probability of your pregnancy: http://www.thepregnancytest.com/
Yes. Your uterus is growing and stretching rapidly to accomodate the new life growing inside you. These first pains you feel in early pregnancy feel much like regular period cramps, and are often mistaken for such. However, you need to call your doctor immediately if you have cramping with dizziness, light-headedness, fainting or shortness of breath, as these could be signs of ectopic pregnancy.