Tender where specifically?? in the stomach area or lower in the abdomen by your pubic bone?? either way a tender stomach is normal and so is feeling tender around your uterine area :) any sever pain you will want to take note of and talk with your doctor or midwife about it.AnswerHello -
Yes this is normal during some pregnancys. But if you are concerned, see your doctor. :-)AnswerI have the tenderness right above my pubic bone exactly only when I push on it and it feels abit hard. No other pain in stomach, and don't feel anything at all except abit of a heavy feeling. I went off the pill on the 13th and 6 days later I had a very tiny amount of brown and pink discharge only for a few hours maybe. I know that I ovulated because of the mucus I had but no period has come yet and I usually always bleed if I stop taking the bc pill, I had to go off it because of high blood presure and I'm going to be 35, on April 9th. when I went for my annual exam on the thirteenth I had a normal pap and the internal exam was fine and I had no tenderness at the time. So it's just werid all of a sudden, maybe it means my period is coming but I have never had this before my period. I had alot of cramping after the ovulation but know there is nothing. Sorry so long. answerYou may be pregnant but unlikely if you have only just come off the oral contraceptive, also unlikely that you ovulated. You may have a bladder infection. You should see a doctor as this doesn't sound normal.
It is normal to feel bloated in early pregnancy.
I'm seventeen weeks into my fourth pregnancy and this is the first time that I've experienced tender breasts. After three, I thought I was a pro and knew exactly what to expect. But I'm still getting surprises! It's true that every pregnancy is different. early on in the pregnancy they will get tender and be freakin sore....
Your body is preparing for the baby. As you have to grow, the muscles have to stretch causing tender stomach soreness.
is heaviness in the stomach sign of pregnancy
Bleeding during pregnancy is not "normal" but some light spotting is reported by about 50% of women in early pregnancy.
No, that's anxiety. Early signs are missed period, frequent urination, and tender breasts. I had a feeling like this when i was pregnant with my 2nd. but at the time it was still to early for a pregnancy test to read positive. they kept showing up neg. until about 3.5 to 4 weeks later. meaning i fealt this practicly as soon as i was preg. I don't know if it is normal though.
The stomach is the organ which is the primary digester of food. It does not grow during pregnancy.
Yes very normal. In fact its a pregnancy symptom.
It is normal to show a little bump that early. I was already leaving my pants unbuttoned when I was at that stage with my first pregnancy
Breast tenderness is often the earliest sign of pregnancy and can start shortly after implantation.
it really depents how far into the pregnancy you are....
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Yes it is very normal 4 out of 5 people get cramps in early pregnancy and may have extreme cramps.
You should be okay early, but your side is the best position to lay on during pregnancy.
This is different for everyone but mine started right away.
It is normal for temperature in all stages of pregnancy to be elevated up to or about a degree from your normal temperature.
Yes. Cramping during early pregnancy comes and goes.
Yes, you can spot early in pregnancy for different reasons, including when the embryo is attaching...