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No. Clear urine is a good thing and means you're hydrated. Cramping in the lower stomach CAN be a sign of pregnancy, but not on its own. Take a pregnancy test if you miss your period



period pain is more lower than cramping and cramping is more pain when you are moving(motion)


Not likely due to the location of the cramping. If you used the geographical term of stomach loosely, then it might be that you are constipated if this cramping is in the lower abdomen. However, the stomach is not an area that would cramp due to pregnancy so if this is the actual location of the cramping then it would rule out pregnancy. Cramping is not a usual symptom of pregnancy. Do you have any other symptoms of pregnancy? Pregnancy is always a possibility with sexual activity.



You might be pregnant or you could be having the cramping because your period is about to arrive or preparing to arrive. You can do a pregnancy test now or wait 7 days and then test.



In the lower stomach where the uterus is located and in the lower back.


You do not get pregnant in your stomach. If your stomach is cramping it would be something you ate or a virus. If you don't feel better in a day or so, or if you start vomiting or have severe diarrhea, see a doctor.Pregnancy occurs in your uterus, which is much lower in your abdomen than your stomach. It's down in the lower intestine area.


Before a girl or woman has their period, there is a period of time where there can be change in moods and some cramping in your lower stomach area that may cause some discomfort. During a woman's period there still may be some discomfort and cramping and general pain in the lower back but nothing that should really interrupt with daily life. If it gets to the point when the pain is unbearable and interrupts daily life then a doctor should be seen.


You are not pregnant since you just had your period. Cramping could be due to some other issue. If it is mild and does not go away in a few days, check in with your doctor.


If you're a female it could be your period.


If your stomach is hard nine weeks after period you are probably either pregnant or blood is filling up in your stomach


Yes, lower abdominal cramping is a pregnancy symptom. You can feel crampy, exactly like you would before your period. I felt crampy for three or four days and then tested positive! :)


The pain you describe is very vague. Is it cramping in your lower abdomen? Have you skipped a period? Cramping during pregnancy, unfortunately, can mean multiple things; some are okay and some are not so good. It can be gas, constipation, your uterus growing; signs of an ectopic pregnancy, miscarriage, and the list can go on and on. If the cramping continues and it concerns you too much you should contact your doctor.


You are getting ur period systems


No, cramping in the lower vagina is not a sign of implantation. The lower vagina would be the vaginal canal.


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.


The lining of your uterus builds up over the month in preparation for an egg to be implanted when fertilized. If this does not happen your hormones start the uterus to contract and expel the blood. When your uterus contract severely you feel it as cramping in your lower abdomen.


22 years? Considering you probably didn't have your tubes tied when you were ~20, you're probably entering menopause around this time.


You feel them lower stomach most of the time.


if i spot after my period does that mean im pregnant




The muscles of the uterus called the myometrium are cramping from the constant movement to shed the uterus' lining.



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