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.
no you're not pregnant! Who would want to have kids with you?!
Period like cramping is called Braxton hicks contraction. It will be relieved by rest and positioning.
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.
Hi. During early pregnancy you can experience abdominal cramping which feels like your period is about to arrive. Painful cramping is not normal during pregnancy and any type of pain should be investigated by your Doctor.
That is going to be normal for pretty much all of your pregnancy. Just watch for severe pain, or cramping and blood.
There is such a wide range of normal that I would not worry unless the cramps are really bad and/or you have bleeding.
Cramping, yes. Mild Cramping that is! The kind of cramps you feel right before you start your period is normal. However if they are severe there may be a problem. As far as long back pain that as well may be a sign of early pregnancy, it kinda goes hand in hand with the cramping. Also due to the fact that your ligaments are stretching since your uterus is growing that can cause both the cramping and back pain.
Go see your doctor.
Bleeding during pregnancy is not "normal" but some light spotting is reported by about 50% of women in early pregnancy.
2 weeks after conception
You are probably safe. But unfortunately there are many reasons for cramping during pregnancy, some which are good and some which are not so good. It could be because of implantation bleeding, gas, constipation, ectopic pregnancy, miscarriage and a few other reasons. You might want to talk to your doctor if you are too concerned.
It is never normal to have pain during pregnancy. Mild cramping and uncomfortable twinges are common during the first trimester of pregnancy. If you are experiencing pain you should call your OB/GYN.No. It's normal to feel nausea, discomfort and an increased urge to pee. Pains are not normal and should be investigated.
Some women do experience mild abdominal cramping during early pregnancy. Cramping can also be caused by period, ovulation, water infection, diarrhoea etc.
Yes, at the time for your first period after conception. Cramping is common during other times of pregnancy but it's not uterine or menstrual cramping.
Unfortunately there are several reasons contributing to cramping during pregnancy. They can be due to gas, constipation, implantation bleeding, ectopic pregnancy, miscarriage,vanishing twin syndrome, or pre-term labor.
Yes & no. Vaginal bleeding during pregnancy that is red & accompanied with excessive cramping is a indication of a threatened miscarriage. However during early pregnancy spotting is very common but you should still report it to your doctor to be on the safe side.
It is ABSOLUTELY normal to have some cramping during pregnancy! Especially during the first trimester. The last answer stated that it is NOT normal, and could be early labor. This WikiAnswer thing is dangerous. If you have questions about your pregnancy, don't rely on strangers and laypeople for answers. Consult a doctor.
No, it is not and could be a miscarriage. You need to go to hospital immediately
you body is going through a lot a this time, so if there no bleeding or bad cramping you ok i had that with my son i was 5months or more cause he constantly move around in my stomach
its your uterus preparing for the pregnancy
Bloody discharge is normal during pregnancy but you should consult your doctor asap
http://www.coolnurse.com/birthcontrol.htm http://www.crisispregnancy.com/birth-mother/pregnancy-questions.html http://www.epigee.org/guide/medfaq.html Hello. Light cramps is normal during early pregnancy providing the cramps are not severe or very uncomfortable. Spotting can be normal also during early pregnancy. But spotting and cramping does need to be investigated to make sure everything is going well with the pregnancy. See your doctor asap. Common but NOT normal, there is a difference.