how long it last i don't have the answer but the reason you cramp is because your body is getting ready to being pregnant--you will get like sharp shooting pains on either side of your abdomen and can stretch down to your groin area and the stretching of the ligaments of your pelvis that's help keep your womb stable the reason the ligament stretch is because uterus is growing and putting pressure..you can put a heating pad on your abdomen if you want and also keep your feet up while lying down will help ease the pain..but watch out if your cramp accompanied with fever, bleeding, chills or watery vaginal discharge then you will need to see your doctor as soon as possible--congrat and best wishes
until it goes away I have heard that the cramping in pregnancy can last throughout its entirity, and can be normal as long as it is not accompanied by bleeding, fever, etc. Good luck!!
Well no one can really give you a definite answer on that because i experienced cramping during my entire pregnancy on and off and my son is now 2 years old and very healthy.... As long as your cramping isn't followed with any bleeding then you should be fine everybody is different. Just stay prayed up and everything will be fine....
Cramping, yes. Mild Cramping that is! The kind of cramps you feel right before you start your period is normal. However if they are severe there may be a problem. As far as long back pain that as well may be a sign of early pregnancy, it kinda goes hand in hand with the cramping. Also due to the fact that your ligaments are stretching since your uterus is growing that can cause both the cramping and back pain.
Implantation cramping is different in every woman. It can last a few hours to about a week, but still even after the egg has implanted, you can still experience cramping, such as, throughout your whole pregnancy, due to the uterus growing and changing.If you are concerned, check with your doctor.
I would not stress about it. My breasts are only tender for a few days and then that goes away. As for the cramping, it could have been implantaion cramping which would not last long either.
during the whole pregnancy. You always get back aches on and off.
its ok as long as there is no cramping... if you have cramping go to the er immediately
Unfortunately there are several reasons contributing to cramping during pregnancy. They can be due to gas, constipation, implantation bleeding, ectopic pregnancy, miscarriage,vanishing twin syndrome, or pre-term labor.
While light bleeding can be a normal symptom in pregnancy, it isn't if combined with cramping. The two together could indicate a threatened miscarriage. Sometimes it may settle, but it may increase if a miscarriage is unavoidable. Get it checked with a doctor.
Get used to it pregnancy is all around uncomfortable.. but if it hurts badly or you have bleeding with the cramps rush to the doctor it could be a miscarriage
It is very normal to have some cramping during pregnancy. If it is severe or continues for a long period of time, see your doctor.
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.
The soreness can last over the entire pregnancy, but it more commonly is only in the early part (first trimester) and goes away.
At least 1 week.
anywhere from one day to three
My midwife told me that minor cramping can be caused by the implantation process, as well as the hormones making the uterus ready to stretch and grow. However, you can get cramp at any time like during mestruation. As long as it's not overly painful or accompanied by bleeding, it is completely normal. It is caused by the uterus stretching to make space for the growing baby. But if you are cramping is on one side and it's very early (within the first month) you might be showing signs of an ectopic pregnancy. Please contact your doctor.
yes, but usually they are 'lighter' sand may not last as long.
I just read in another article that if it's early uterus growth cramps...it may last several day's pregnacy101.net
No all the spotting should be light , and not last as long as your normal period. Yes, this is very normal during the early weeks of pregnancy.
Cramping starts first then the bleeding usually follows not long after or u can have discharge followed by pain, then heavy bleeding.It just depends on the stage in pregnancy
as early as 3.5 to 4 weeks after the first day of your last menstrual period
It is pink or brownish in color also it can come and go for days some cramping can come with this but no heavy blood flow and no heavy cramping. Spotting on and off dureing the first 12 weeks of pregnancy is common. Your doctor is always the best one to answer any questions they know your medical history. Best of luck.
A pregnancy usually lasts for 9 months
9 months 40 weeks