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How early can cramping occur during pregnancy?


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2008-01-19 15:56:24
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2 weeks after conception


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Discharge and cramping can occur during pregnancy, particularly during the first and third trimesters. However, they can also be signs that your period is about to arrive. Pregnancy cramping shouldn't be too painful or be accompanied by heavy bleeding

Cramping can occur at anytime during as this will be your uterus stretching. Typically around a week after conception and feels like period cramps. Hope this helps :)

The cramping occurs because the uterus attempts to push out the pregnancy tissue.

You should not have a metallic smelling discharge and cramping while pregnant. Mild cramping can occur during early pregnancy, as your uterus is growing and your ligaments are adjusting. However, the cramping and discharge needs to be investigated by your Doctor. This may indicate a water infection or a yeast infection. See your Doctor.

Pregnancy symptoms occur at 2 weeks after sex at the earliest.

2 weeks after sex at the earliest. Some people never experience any cramping during pregnancy.It can occur as early as 2 weeks before your period is due (which could be implantation cramping) right up until anywhere between 6-8weeks. It usually stops by the second trimester but is different for everybody. Its just your body adjusting to the changes. As long as its not accompanied by bleeding / fever you should be fine.

Usually, it takes about 3 weeks for most symptoms to occur. This is about the same time as the missed period, and about the time that pregnancy tests become more accurate. However, some women experience symptoms such as nausea or breast tenderness even earlier. Implantation bleeding and cramping can occur as early as 6 days after the intercourse, but most women do not experience this.

Nausia occures during pregnancy because of the movement of the child in the body.

The answer is most definitely NO. Many noticeable changes can occur in a woman's body before the HCG horomone can be detected using a home pregnancy test. Some of these symptoms are diarrhea, tender breasts, fatigue and mild cramping. Take it from a three time mother!

It's not unheard of for period like cramping to occur as early as 7-14 days before your period. However the cramping may be caused by a UTI, approaching period or even Ovulation. If the cramping is severe enough to require pain killers & your period doesn't arrive on time, then see your Doctor for a pregnancy blood test & also have a urine test performed for a UTI.

wondring my self aswell can be the earliest sign of pregnancy.can start as early as two weeks thru pregnancy

Ovulation occurs about 14 days after the first day of your last menstrual period (LMP). Basically, you have a time frame of 10-17 days after your LMP for ovulation, because some people are not always regular. Technically, cramping can be a sign of either. Early in pregnancy, cramping may occur with implantation, but this cramping should go away. If it doesn't a doctor will need to evaluate it. Cramping can occur with ovulation and also as PMS or during your period. If you miss your next MP, or are late, you can take a pregnancy test to know if you are pregnant. Until then, if you are trying to get pregnant, you can keep "trying," just in case you haven't conceived yet. Remember, it can take up to 3 days after intercourse before conception and implantation may occur, as sperm can "live" inside the female body for up to 72 hours before ever reaching an egg. After that time, the sperm will die off if it has not fertilized an egg.

You may experience cramping or adversions to food, smells or tiredness etc.

Cramps occur during the first trimester of pregnancy. It often results from normal change that occur during the baby's development. Cramps can generally be described as pulling sensations on or both sides of the abdomen.

A lot of women have cramping and digestive changes prior to (and during) menstruation. Cramping can occur because of constipation. Make sure you are drinking plenty of water. Adding fiber to your diet, taking a stool softener, and exercising help too. Please know that "killer cramps" during your period are NOT normal. Please contact for more information.

Spotting during pregnancy can occur about the time you would usually have a period. However, with a miscarriage there is more active bleeding and tissue is passed with abdominal cramping. Just spotting does not indicate a miscarriage.

I would say around the time your period is due, pregnancy symptoms are similar to period symptoms, in the beginning. Hope this helps.

It would depend on the type of cramping you are experiencing. It is comomon for women to experience some light cramping. I experienced light cramping during my first pregnancy about the time my period would normally occur. Headaches can sometimes occur during pregnancy, but many people experience that as a premenstral symptom as well. When I am pregnant, I do in fact taste the "metal" when I am feeling nauseated. These symptoms COULD be signs or pregnancy, but they are also commonly associated with PMS. So, the answer is Yes as well as No. I would, of course, take caution in case you may be. You won't know positively until you pee on that stick and it says either positive or negative for sure.

what places early pregnancy usually occur?! The same as anywhere else in the world. Cause: a male and a female having unptotected sexual intercourse during the female's fertile period. Effect: a baby after nine months.

An occasional contraction can occur anytime during the pregnancy and does not necessarily indicate that labor is starting.

Yes. Certain biological changes occur during pregnancy. usually after the pregnancy is complete, blood sugar levels return to normal. You can check with an obstetrician or his/her staff for more information.

Yes, women can have pregnancy symptoms during an ectopic pregnancy. The hormones produced by the mother and the embryo are the same.

no, and if you are bleeding during pregnancy u need to go see the doctor because u might have had a miscarriage

An itchy rash that may occur during pregnancy.

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