Cramping in the lower abdomen can be a sign of pregnancy. But extreme pain may be cysts or perhaps an ectopic pregnancy.
look at your diet--are you fasting or extreme dieting it will effect you cycle
When gallstones obstruct the cystic duct, intermittent, extreme, cramping pain typically develops in the right upper quadrant of the abdomen.
http://www.coolnurse.com/birthcontrol.htm http://www.crisispregnancy.com/birth-mother/pregnancy-questions.html http://www.epigee.org/guide/medfaq.html Could be both :) but if you are to early to take a test I would take one as soon as possible...
The first signs after receiving a water enema is usually cramping, bloating ,power peristalsis waves (this is what pushes out the fecal matter) and an extreme urge to evacuate the bowels.
No. Extreme cramps is not a sign of pregnancy, it could however be a sign of miscarriage or something more serious considering you also have pelvic discomfort after sex. If you don't get your period when you have extreme cramps, you need to see a doctor.
In some cases yes, for me i experienced extreme cramping in my lower abdomen for about 2 or 3 weeks before, but everyone is different.
Sure sounds like pregnancy to me.
No, it is a sign of extreme nervousness, and anxiety. IF you are wondering if you are pregnant, find out for sure - then, (one way or another) you'll know.
this is an average side-effect of your period, also if you have intercourse, the pregance wouldn't show this early.
Yes. As your pregnancy goes on there is more and more weight that has to be supported by the ligaments in your abdomen and legs. As your belly expands, there is added pressure on these ligaments and some women have extreme discomfort, cramping and sharp pains because the supporting ligaments are stretching and pulling. The good news is after you deliver they will go back to the normal size. Speak to your doctor about ways you can minimize the discomfort if it is unbearable pain.
Bloating during pregnancy is VERY normal. I am 16 weeks pregnant now and some days I still have extreme bloating. Even when I was only 6 or 7 weeks pregnant, I looked much more than that because I was so bloated. It does get better though the further along you get.
Menstrual cramps, also known as dysmenorrhea or period pains, are painful sensations felt in the lower abdomen that can occur both before and during a woman's menstrual period. The pain ranges from dull and annoying to severe and extreme
Stress, illness, anxiety, change of climate, big life change, extreme excitement or lots of travelling could be the cause. If you go to the doctor, they can give you a pregnancy test for free and it is more reliable
yes you do have abdominal tenderness and cramping when you are pregnant.I recently had a baby last year and that was one of my first symptoms.As long as there is no extreme pain it is completely normal.
Excessive intestinal gas can lead to bloating, as well as increased belching or passing of gas from the rectum. Although gas itself is not lethal, severe bloating and extreme abdominal cramps should be consulted with a medical professional.
Yes you can be pregnant! Go take a pregnancy test right away!
Pregnancy, stress, tiredness, illness, extreme excitement, extreme upsetment, anxiety etc.
Cramps (pain in your lower abdomen), moodiness, sometime extreme cravings, headache, etc.
If a person has extreme pain in his or her abdomen, especially the lower right-side of the abdomen, they should seek immediate medical attention. Appendicitis cannot be treated by home remedies of any type.
Yes it is very normal 4 out of 5 people get cramps in early pregnancy and may have extreme cramps.
pregnancy impending menstrual cycle as well.
What pains are you specifically speaking of? I'm in my second pregnancy and this time around I feel alot different then with my last one. I get pains in my back, and in the vaginal area occasionally, but nothing too extreme, or anything I've become concerned with. I've been told that most women experience slight cramping or discomfort in the lower abdominal area. Try to keep in mind that your body is changing and stretching. This is how I look at it. When I start feeling any cramping I sit down and relax. Luckily I have a job where I sit 95% of my day. I would become concerned if the cramping is intense, you have any bleeding, or feel overly fatigue. Something could be wrong and I'd see a doctor immediately. Hopefully this helps. Goodluck!
While she is pregnant? Because this is in the 'periods during pregnancy' category. Outside of pregnancy..... It can be caused by: stress illness anxiety extreme happiness extreme excitement being very upset not eating enough or eating too much travelling time change temperature/wather change pregnancy
. Anxiety . Illness . Extreme tiredness . Sudden change in temperature . Big life change . Extreme excitement