Each woman's body reacts differently to pregnancy. Even the same woman can experience completely different symptoms from one pregnancy to the next. You may experience one or more of the following: dull pain, slight cramping, fatigue, breast tenderness, and morning sickness. However, if you feel intense and constant abdominal pain or cramming see a doctor immediately.
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It shouldn't be too painful
Cramping can have various causes. Menstruation, a tight belt, foods that produce gas in the intestines, unsuitable foods, adhesions in the intestines after an operation can all cause cramping. ./Brian W
i experienced intense gastrointestinal pain after the treatment. That is listed as a common side effect, and will go away fairly soon, if it is a gas-like stomach pain.
its used in the body as an 'electrolyte' it helps the muscles from cramping during intense exercise.
What pains are you specifically speaking of? I'm in my second pregnancy and this time around I feel alot different then with my last one. I get pains in my back, and in the vaginal area occasionally, but nothing too extreme, or anything I've become concerned with. I've been told that most women experience slight cramping or discomfort in the lower abdominal area. Try to keep in mind that your body is changing and stretching. This is how I look at it. When I start feeling any cramping I sit down and relax. Luckily I have a job where I sit 95% of my day. I would become concerned if the cramping is intense, you have any bleeding, or feel overly fatigue. Something could be wrong and I'd see a doctor immediately. Hopefully this helps. Goodluck!
Flushed face, sweating, heavy breathing and intense abdominal pain. Go to a hospital.
Usually there are no symptoms, but sometimes women over 40 will experience very irregular periods--my mother has fibroid tumors and her periods can last longer than a month and she'll have three month gaps between periods--intense cramping when having their period and intense cramping just before.
I had an ectopic pregnancy. There are many symptoms, like intense cramping (lasting for hours) and red spotting. Many doctors may diagnose this as an oncoming miscarriage (mine did), but if it is indeed ectopic...this could be potentially life-threatening if left alone. Insist on getting an ultrasound to confirm the location of the fetus. That is the only way to confirm.
suggest you advise your C.O. of your condition..............
Appendicitis can begin vaguely with a dull abdominal ache. As the condition worsens, the abdominal pain becomes more intense and centers to the right side. Appendicitis is often accompanied by nausea and vomiting.
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Yes. I am pregnant and I had back cramping my first week. Scientists will say "it's not possible", but it is. I had other symptoms as well, like lightheadedness, slight nausea and being tired. It is getting more intense now that I have officially missed a period, but it all started around the time I would have been ovulating, two weeks before my period, a couple days after intercourse.
If it was not implantation you could have been ovulating. if you still have pregnancy systoms take a home test first thing in the morning.
Very early, in the first few weeks. You may notice cramping that goes along with it that is similar to menstrual cramps just not as intense
Abdominal Hernias will appear as a swelling in the abdominal wall, sometimes this will have pain associated but they may also be painless depending on the pressure at the site of the hernia. If you experience intense pain and swelling you should contact a doctor immediately .
Yes, Nausea and headaches are a sign of early pregnancy. They are caused by your hormone levels changing so drastically. Cramping similar to that of menstrual cramps is also a sign of early pregnancy, this is your uterus stretching to make room for the baby. If you have already missed your period, it would be a good idea to take a pregnancy test. If it is negative, wait a few days and take another. Before buying a test -- check out www.peeonastick.com. This site will let you know which tests are the most sensitive, and answer any questions you may have about taking the test. You should call your OB/GYN or midwife if you have more questions, they can give you more precise answers.
Colic is the term for abdominal pain of any origin. Spasmotic colic is colic thought to be caused by intense cramps or 'spasms' of the intestines.
Patients with intestinal complications have symptoms resembling those of appendicitis: intense cramping pain with soreness in the right lower quadrant of the abdomen.
It's possibly your uterus growing for the baby
Yes, a back ache can be a symptom of pregnancy, but don't just go on that. There are many other signs, such as: sore breasts, nausea, morning sickness, intense tiredness etc. You should take a pregnancy test just to be sure.
Is possible, more appendicitus would have more acute pain. Most common cause would be gas.
Tuberculous peritonitis may cause pain ranging from the vague discomfort of stomach cramps to intense pain that may mimic the symptoms of appendicitis.