You should go see an OBGYN.
Symptoms of a cramping stomach and vomiting when having a bowel movement should be addressed by a physician. This may be a stomach virus or it may have a more serious meaning and should be evaluated.
Hi. During early pregnancy you can experience abdominal cramping which feels like your period is about to arrive. Painful cramping is not normal during pregnancy and any type of pain should be investigated by your Doctor.
Could be appendicitis. You should see a doctor.
No you shouldn't be having severe or uncomfortable pain. Abdominal cramping is normal during pregnancy providing it isn't severe or very uncomfortable. See your Doctor for a check up.
Only if they are very bad. Cramps after/during a miscarriage are normal
If you're having cramping with Mirena, you should use a backup method until you can get the position checked by your health care provider. If all is well, you can talk with your provider about options.
See your doctor ASAP.
It means that you should go to the hospital immediately, because it sounds like you have a severe internal injury.
Yes, cramping CAN be a sign of miscarriage. It could also be a sign of something else. If you experience cramping during pregnancy, you should talk to your doctor about it.AnswerI have been pregnant 4 times, 2 miscarriages, and 2 healthy babys came from my pregnancies. I had cramping with my two successful ones and no cramping until after heavy bleeding with my miscarriages. Cramping can be a normal sign of pregnancy, if it is accompanied by bleeding you should consult your doctor.
While you may have a return to your previous level of menstrual cramping after stopping the birth control pill (since the pill typically lowers the amount of cramping), you should not expect abdominal pain after stopping the pill. Talk to your health care provider for advice specific to your situation.
no. any cramping or pain should be discussed with your doctor
You should start birth control on the first day of your period, otherwise your period will arrive on a new day & this will slightly change your cycle. If you DID start taking birth control pill during your period then this is why you're cramping and yes, birth control can cause abdominal cramping.
This is due to the stretching of your uterus and making room for the baby. As long as the cramping is not so painful to where you can't take it or no bleeding is accompanied by it, you should be fine.
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.
Cramping in your uterus is usually an indicator that your menstrual cycle is about to start. A heating bad and a Motrin should help to relieve the cramping.
Make sure you are not pregnant, especially if you are having any nausea or breast tenderness. You should probably check with your doctor.
Cramping is normal during pregnancy and could persist. It could also be a sign that the baby is in distress or that you are having false labor pains. You should go get an ultrasound to make sure that the baby isn't in distress. If the cramping is sever then it could be preterm contractions. If the cramping gets worse and closer together you should go straigh to the hospital and have an ultrasound or to the labor and delivery room at the nearest hospital straight away.
If you are having irregular periods and moderate to severe abdominal pain you should probably see a gynecologist.
That you should see your doctor immediately to find out what is happening
Having cramping is normal my doctor told me, im 8weeks almost nine and i still get very very bad cramping. The cramping is due to stretching of the uterus so the baby can grow! However if there is bleeding you should immediatley go to the hospital, because that is a sign of a miscarriage..best of luck to u.
It is unlikely that you would begin cramping right away. The first cramping you should notice would be around the time of your implantation bleeding.
cramps after a period are a regular thing. But having brown discharge?? You should probaly go see a doctor about it.
It would depend on what was the cause for the abdominal pain. There are many things that can cause abdominal pain, so it would fall under many different specialties. In general if you are having abdominal pain, you should see your primary care doctor. They are trained to diagnose most causes of abdominal pain and can send you to the correct specialist (if required), or treat it themselves.
not all abdominal pain is a sign of pregnancy it could be signs of some other medical reason if you are unsure you should speak with your doctor especially if you are having severe pain on a regular basis