You could possibly be pregnant..
yes go to the doctors and have a blood test
Ask your doctor. Light cramps would be normal but probably not heavy cramps
well, it is likely but if you are getting cramps in your ovarys its normal. Hope this answers your question and for your sake not pregnante.
No. If you feel the need, go to your local doctor and have them do a pelvic exam. Severe cramps with blood clots may indicate many things, including a miscarriage. The cramps could also just be cramps.
Totally exact same thing happened to me an I was pregnant!
im pretty sure it doesnt im 13 and i have cramps every month but im not pregnant(im sure) its just your muscles working to let the blood flow or something like that
It is possible to experience vaginal bleeding when you are pregnant, but it is unlikely - it is also biologically impossible to menstruate during pregnancy. If you think that you could be pregnant then take a pregnancy test to determine if you are pregnant or not.
Yes - take a test
The cramps could be from the fertilised egg attaching to the lining of the uterus. This is sometimes followed by some spots of blood but not always.
Yes! Those flutters or cramps and the low back ache could be signs that your uterus is working on expanding in preparation for growing a baby. The nausea could be from low blood sugar or progesterone production. The irony is, a low back ache and nausea can also be symptoms that menstruation is approaching.
I have never heard of leg cramps being associated with pregnancy. It is usually lower belly cramps as your uterus grows and as your belly grows back cramps. Dizziness is associated with pregnancy because of the increase of blood in your body. You should have other symptoms like sore boobs and maybe nausea. If its early in the pregnancy like within the first 6 weeks you might not be producing enough progesterone to get a positive answer to your pregnancy test, some women never produce enough to test positive. A blood test is more accurate sooner.
You could be pregnant. You need to go to the doctor. If you are not pregnant, there coud be another problem.
Hormonal imabalce, pregnancy, birth control pills etc. See your doctor for a blood test.
The worst/most severe symptoms occur to people such as the elderly, infants, and/or people with bad immune systems. But common symptoms are nausea, vomiting, diarrea, and abdominal cramps. Typhoid symptoms are diarrea, fever, abdomial cramps. Diarrea may have blood.
It's possible to have a period and still be pregnant
Sorry, i can't answer your question but i am 7 weeks pregnant tomorrow and i am experiencing the same thing. Feels like period cramps but not as bad and wind cramps when you have upset stomach. I keep worrying that i am going to see blood but from searching online about it seems it is quite normal!
I am going threw the same thing cramps and nausia .. I get a blood test tomorrow it is only 6 days after ovulation --- YES!
You're not pregnant?
Normally you will start to bleed dark blood and have blood clots.You will probably have cramps or sharp pains by your belly.My advice is go to your doctor or the hospital to be sure especially if you know you are pregnant...
Dont worry, period finally started today
no blood clots do not mean that you are actually pregnant it could be other things. are they followed by pain cramps and other things, you before you assume you are pregnant go get a pregnancy test from the store if you are not pregnant you should follow up with your doctor. there are other important organs in there that may have something going on and it is important to have them checked out. do not wait.
You could be pregnant - take a test
I gave blood for the 1st time ever today. I have muscle cramps in both of my feet tonight and feel sick at my stomach. I also wonder if muscle cramps are a side effect of donating blood.
All these symptom's are like that of pregnancy. Remember, brown blood is old blood. Could be from the IUD removal or could be implantation blood. Get a test and find out for sure.