Is a tight feeling in your stomach and sharp pains in your pelvic area as well as sensitive stomach to smells an early sign of pregnancy?
Sensitive to smells is a definite sign of pregnancy. Craps and pains could be pregnancy, but could also be your period. Take a test to be sure.
I had a funny feeling! Still do at 9 weeks along.
Some people have pelvic pain with early pregnancy, but it's a symptom that deserves an exam. Pelvic pain has a number of causes, and pelvic pain with risk of pregnancy needs an exam this week. PLease make an appointment or go to a walk in clinic.
Could be a sign of pregnancy....if body is not hydrated enough you will feel pinching/burning sensation in lower pelvic. Placenta needs lots of water!
Why would your stomach swell and you have symptoms of being pregnant if a pregnancy test is negative?
Endometriosis, possible pelvic inflamatory disease, or a false negative on a pregnancy test. Consult your physician.
Gas or fecal matter moving in the intestines is the usual cause of this feeling.
A general crampiness or bloating of the pelvic area can be an early sign of pregnancy and may be accompanied by constipation. However, these symptoms can mimic PMS, and many women find themselves wondering which it is!
pelvic immflamatory disease or pregnant
In my case, it meant an ectopic pregnancy..... Twice.
At 13 weeks your uterus can be felt right above the pelvic bone, at 20 weeks your uterus can be felt at your belly button. A multiple pregnancy (twins, etc) will cause more rapid growth of the uterus.
Yes. If you are far enough along that the uterus is enlarged. But that is not the best way to diagnose a pregnancy and there is no reason to do a pelvic exam in early pregnancy.
Pregnancy testing is not affected by pelvic inflammatory disease . A pregnancy test will still work, so your doctor can tell if you're pregnant.
Constant pain on either side, lower then your stomach, down by your pelvic area. Nausea and/or vomitting, spotting or bleeding. Best thing to do is if you have any doubt that it's not a normal pregnancy, call your doctor.
No, you have it backwards. Pelvic inflammatory disease is a risk factor for ectopic pregnancy, and prior PID is a risk factor for current PID.
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Its mostly pelvic cramps
I felt symptoms as early as the first week...cramps, urges to go to the bathroom and a bloated feeling in my pelvic area (was told my uterus was expanding). Not to forget the "sleeping" syndrome and sensitivity to smell.
If you were into the second trimester, the doctor would be able to feel your uterus as it grew up past the pelvic bone at 12 weeks, 1 cm higher every week. After the miscarriage your uterus would shrink back to your pre-pregnant size below the pelvic bone, this is the only thing he would know by pressing on your tummy.
Bad pain should be checked out but cramping can be a sign of pregnancy.
No, never, they are 100% accurate
Asprin and pain killer
The hard part that is felt in the abdomen during pregnancy is the uterus. Early in pregnancy this will be within the pelvis. You may be able to feel it near the top of your pelvic bone. You may be able to feel your uterus at the very bottom of your belly when you are about 15-16 weeks pregnant. Slim girls will probably feel it before girls with more fat.
Chlamydia doesn't case problems in the stomach itself, but one of the complications of chlamydia can be chronic pelvic pain.
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At six weeks, it is easy for a doctor to not detect a pregnancy, particularly if they do not specialize in obstetrics. A pelvic examination is not the best way to detect if a pregnancy is normal.
Some women experience a "crampy" feeling in their vagina during pregnancy, this can be caused by the increased blood flow to the area. Some pressure is also normal during pregnancy due to the weight of the uterus and a dull ache can be caused by stretching and relaxing of the ligaments. Any pain in the vagina or pelvic area could be sign of an infection and should be discussed with your doctor or midwife, just… Read More
menstrual cycle, food poisoning, stomach flu.
I'm guessing, dear, that it is probably gas stuck in your stomach,...but i dont know how to get rid of this, im sorryy...
Pelvic inflammatory disease may affect future fertility, but most people who have had pelvic inflammatory disease can get pregnant, and should use some method of birth control if they are not seeking pregnancy. While you are under treatment for pelvic inflammatory disease, you should abstain from sex.
Female primates pelvic structures are wider and the pelvic opening is larger (both to accommodate pregnancy and birthing) than the male counterparts.
Pelvic inflammatory disease can be diagnosed and treated before or during pregnancy also. So it should not affect your pregnancy adversely.
It can be a sign of pregnancy, however it is more likely that it is a sign that your period is arriving soon. However, if you miss your period, take a pregnancy test
It will increase as the days draw nearer for the due day.
Just above the pelvic girdle - commonly called - your waistline.
Yes, in fact many obstetricians recommend these exercises to help prepare the pelvic muscles for pregnancy and delivery. See the related questions below.
Some women do not have strong pregnancy symptoms. You may want to take a pregnancy test and plan a visit to your doctor for a pelvic exam.
What is the gynecologic disease in which an infection is cause by a microorganism that may led to infertility or ectopic pregnancy if is not treated?
Pelvic Inflammatory Disease
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Antecedent symptoms are the symptoms that came before. For instance, nausea is an antecedent symptom to pelvic swelling in pregnancy.
You can identify when their pelvic area get separated before a week from her pregnancy.
There are 2 main causes of "normal pains and pressure" in pregnancy. The first is simply caused by the weight of the baby (plus fluid and placenta) in your uterus baring down in your pelvis. The second major cause of pain for most women is pelvic ligaments being thinned and stretched. These ligaments support your ever expanding uterus - this pain is sharp or stabbing and can go down to your thighs. It can be… Read More
Yes, it can. The reason is that the fimbriae (fingers) are not completely around the ovary. It is possible for sperm to come through them and into the pelvic cavity. If the egg is not "caught" by the fimbriae and carried down the tube, it can be fertilized in the pelvic cavity. An ectopic pregnancy can occur as a result. The embryo can not be nourished properly in that environment.
Early pregnancy can bring pelvic pain usually caused by rapid growth. Moving into the second trimester the hormone relaxin can cause pain as the growing uterus puts pressure on the stretching ligaments. There are 2 main causes of "normal pains and pressure" in late pregnancy. The first is simply caused by the weight of the baby (plus fluid and placenta) in your uterus baring down in your pelvis. The second major cause of pain for… Read More
No. You might be able to get cultures for a Pap smear, but seeing and feeling are part of the exam as well and that is not something you can do for yourself.
Yes but I don't know how far along you need to be; I believe only a couple weeks after plantation.
The procedure is performed routinely during pregnancy and examinations to determine the cause of infertility.
When women have an ectopic pregnancy, they may not know that they are pregnant at the time. Usually, signs of an ectopic pregnancy would include pelvic or abdominal pain, vaginal spotting or if the fallopian tube ruptures, there may be signs of shock.
because your body is preparing a home for the baby your pelvic bone is shifting and thepressure from your uterus may cause discomfort to you and as the pregnancy progresses you might have braxton hicks also known as false contractions
They can cause uncomfortable symptoms in women, particularly pain and a feeling of pressure in the area between the hip bones (the lower pelvic area). Some women experience a feeling that they constantly need to urinate.
Preferred position of the pelvis that elongates the lumbar spine and shortens the over stretched abdominal muscles during pregnancy.
Some babies settle down in the pelvis of the pregnant woman. This is what happened to me. My baby was low my entire pregnancy.