It is possible if you are having sex. Backaches are not a symptom of pregnancy but they are common occurrences during pregnancy. By the time a backache would be present during pregnancy, you would most likely be pretty far along in your pregnancy. You might consider taking a pregnancy test to confirm or rule out pregnant.
Pregnancy in the first trimester does not cause backache -- but periods sure do!
oh yes it can. i had, had a backache for about a week. but i thought it was due to me starting a new exercise program. well turns out i took a pregnancy test as a joke. i was pregnant. my backache was my only symptom. i was 6 weeks along.
In the early stages of pregnancy she will have nausea, cramps, backache.
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They are backache, cramps, nausea, your boobs are hard , and there is a discharge sometimes.
No, it is not possible for a woman to get pregnant after having a hysterectomy. Without a uterus there is nowhere for the egg to implant or grow.
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yes...when you are pregnant you will start 2 get backaches...thats just a symptom...something you will get more of...
You could possibly be pregnant , in the early stages.
visit your local grocery store for your pregnancy test
Sure sounds like pregnancy to me.
no it is not if your are pregnant the pregnancy is not progressed enough for back aches but keep a close eye for other symptoms
backache doesnt cause pregnancy no, but pregnancy can cause backache. although keep a watch on how often the pain comes, it could be a sign of labor.
The only sure way to know is to take a test. Good luck.
i had cramps and backache during the first month of pregnancy and every month around the time my period would have been due. i also had bleeding in the first month but every thing was fine.
ICD 9 CM Code 724.5- Backache, unspecified.
Usually flank pain which usually is mistaken as backache since the pain can generally be felt at the back.
try a pregnancy girdle for extra support and the aching should subside joymaker rn
Go and speak to your doctor - it is difficult (and unsafe) to make a diagnosis over the internet
It's not a must but it is the exercise you can do up until birth and where you are weightless, so if you have backache and all that swimming is perfect with very little risk of injuries.
Yes backache accompanies a yeast infection usually when it is on a serious stage. This happens when it is not treated early.
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Absolutely. The doctors studied pain in med school - they know all about it.