Yes, my wife had random cramping the entire pregnancy. Cramping during pregnancy, unfortunately, can mean multiple things; some are okay and some are not so good. It can be gas, constipation, your uterus growing; signs of an ectopic pregnancy, miscarriage, and the list can go on and on. If the cramping continues and it concerns you too much you should contact your doctor.
backaches yes cramping is ok as long there is no spotting
Yes cramping is normal during the first trimester. Its due to the baby growing and stretching you internally which is why you have cramps. Any bloody discharge, or spotting or sharp cramps should be reported to your doctor.
Cramping in the first trimester is to be expected because your uterus is just beginning to expand, particulary toward the end.
Yes, dizziness, cramps and headaches are all normal in pregnancy - most often caused by hormonal fluctuations.
Mild cramping is very normal, it is just your uterus stretching. However, if it is accompanied by blood then you need to see your doctor or midwife ASAP
yes it is very normal, but you shuld always talk with your doctor about your symptoms so he/she can monitor your pregnancy, but as long as it is not heavy bleeding or severe cramping so bad you feel need to go to the emergency room , then you are fine. i had both in first and second trimester with all my kids=] blessings to you both, chassy.
Yes its absolutely normal to feel period like systems in the first trimester. Don't panic, relax...its your uterus stretching.
No you can still have cramps during your first trimester
Some women have cramping throughout the entire first trimester, while other don't. The cramping is usually caused by the uterus stretching and their body getting used to being pregnant.
cramping is common in the first trimester, but if they are very painful or accompanied by blood, you should go and see your doctor or midwife
For some people it is normal signs of body changes due to pregnancy but it is a VERY good idea to consult your doctor because it could also indicate a miscarriage
Hi there, Cramping is completely normal if: It is random and short cramps (WITH NO BLEEDING) Cramping is not normal if: It is contant,sharp and predictable cramps accompanied by bleeding and/or heavy discharge(water breaking) My suggestion is make an appointment with your OB AS SOON AS POSSIBLE. just to be sure its not serious. Prevention is better than cure. I am also in my second trimester:-) Best Regards, Candice email@example.com
Lower back pain in the first trimester is often due to normal changes in pregnancy. However, lower back pain can also be a symptom of a urinary tract infection or a kidney infection. It can also be a sign of miscarriage if accompanied by bleeding or cramping. Contact your doctor if you have bleeding, cramping, painful urination, burning on urination, or a feeling of urgency to use the bathroom, even when you just did.
You can cramp in the first trimester and not miscarry. Miscarriage is more often associated with cramping and bleeding, so if you have both then you have more cause to worry. One without the other is less serious, usually. As always, if you are concerned ask your doctor/midwife.
No, normally there is minimal weight gain during the first trimester, most of the pregnancy weight gain occurs during the second trimester.
Yes, very normal. They are caused by the pregnancy hormones
Yes, very normal.
I went to my first doctor appointment when I was seven weeks and 2days and asked her if cramping is normal and she said it is and its nothing to worry about.
Hi, Yes abdominal cramping is normal during early pregnancy unless the cramping becomes severe. In cases of severe cramping, then you must contact your doctor.
Yes it is normal.. Still tell you doctor
Yah a little cramping is normal...Your body is getting ready for "The Big Day"...All your ligiments and muscles are relaxing and moving about...But if the pain is unberable,you start to spot or your water brakes, be sure to go in right away
No, spotting after straining on the toilet is not normal in the first trimester. Any spotting or bleeding during pregnancy is not considered to be normal. While it could be implantation bleeding, it would be wise to get examined by your doctor or obstetrician.