Cramping is totally normal aslong as there is no bleeding. Cramping is totally normal aslong as there is no bleeding.
It is normal. I get the same, so i spoke to a family planning nurse and she says this is completely normal and it can last up to about a year.
Actually, it is NOT normal to have cramping especially if it is accompanied by bleeding. If you experience spotting and cramping, consult your doctor immediately.
It is normal, unless you are bleeding. Some cramping is normal due to your muscles in that area stretching and some women experience cramping when the embryo implants itself into the uterine wall.
Go see your doctor.
yes very normal.
Yes this is normal. Its called break through bleeding. Every woman experiences this is varying flow when they stop contraceptive medication.
no its not and if you are then i dont think your pregnant anymore
No, isn't! You should see your doctor.
Any bleeding during pregnancy should be checked by a doctor. Sometimes it can be normal but constant bleeding usually isnt.
yes it can be in some women.
The earliest sign of a miscarraige is painful cramping and bleeding. Some cramps are normal, as well as pink or brown bleeding. The cramping that is normal will feel like mild period cramps. Any type of painful cramping as opposed to minor discomfort I would recommend going to the hospital.
Many women have unscheduled bleeding when starting depo Provera. This irregular bleeding decreases with time.
It depends on how heavy the bleeding is. Its normal to sometimes spot during pregnancey. Cramps, all the time. If bleeding is heavy its a possible miscarraige you should see docter immediately.
No, it is not and could be a miscarriage. You need to go to hospital immediately
The bleeding you described is normal and is not pregnancy related. No chance of pregnancy.
Provera is often given both to encourage the uterine lining to shed, and as a diagnostic tool to find out why the period is late. Lack of bleeding after finishing a round of Provera is not normal, and needs to be reported to the prescriber so that you can take the next diagnostic step together.
Bleeding is never considered "normal" although it does happen to a lot of women. You need to call your obgyn immediately. They will send you for bloodwork to check your hcg levels and an ultrasound to see what's going on inside your cervix and uterus. Cramping is normal but not when accompanied with bleeding.
Light cramping is normal, yes. If it is very painful and/or accompanied by bleeding, it is important to go straight to the hospital though. The cramps are caused by the uterus stretching as the baby grows.
Sore breasts and cramping are normal at this stage in your cycle. You are probably ovulating or have just ovulated and this often causes sore breasts and cramping. If you miss your period, take a test
It was due to a miscarriage - it was the beginning of one anyways.
Bleeding is a normal side effect of Depo Provera
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!!