Yes, mild cramping is normal in early pregnancy. For me it felt like that little bit of cramping I would get just before my period would start, the mild cramps that let me know bigger cramps would be coming. Only in early pregnancy, bigger ones shouldn't come. Mild and slightly uncomfortable, but not excruciating and dibilitating in the way period cramps can sometimes be.
Yes, this happens when the baby starts to squash the stomach and give a lot of extra weight. Don't tax youself too hard.
Hi! When I was 16 weeks pregnant with my daughter, I had mild spotting and cramping that lasted about 10 hours. I went to the hospital and after an emergency ultrasound and blood work, they told me everything was fine. Apparently it's normal to have mild spotting & mild cramps from time to time during a pregnancy. I hope that answers your question and wish you the best of luck with the rest of your pregnancy!!!
It can also be PMS.
Yes, but if you're worried go and see your doctor or midwife
absolutely, i didnt stop cramping till my 4th month. You can have mild, to severe cramps all throughout a pregnancy. your uterine wall during pregnancy is constantly expanding and contracting, cramps are very common during pregnancy, ecspecially in the first and last few weeks.
Sometimes this can happen and it means nothing. There are some women who have this *small* amount of spotting and *mild, infrequent* cramps throughout their entire pregnancy. However, *any* spotting should be reported to your obstetrician immediately. Only by examining you and your unborn baby can the doctor decide if this is a "normal" occurrence or something that needs to be addressed, especially if you are having a lot of cramps.
It is normal to have mild cramping in the first week and many weeks following that. The cramps are what I like to refer to as the stretchy pains because it is the pain of your womb or uterus stretching to accommodate the size of the growing embryo.
Some women experience mild cramping and increased vaginal discharge soon after their missed period, others may not have any cramping.
Mild cramping after vigorous sex is normal but severe pain is not.
cramps in early stages or any time during pregnancy can mean the body is trying to spontaneously abort the fetus. Nature's way of fixing things that are not supposed to happen. *Cramps during early pregnancy are something that happens to many women. Your body is changing and getting ready for your baby to grow. Many women will experience mild cramps during the first few weeks of pregnancy. In fact, a lot of women think that they are getting ready to start their periods because they feel cramping.
It can be normal for you to have pains in your abdomen ecspecially the lower one because you could be experiencing cramps which is a normal symptom of pregnancy as your baby grows and your body adjusts you may experience cramping and mild spotting during a few stages of your pregancy.Each woman varies,but I would suggest if the cramps seem really uncomfortable to consalt a health professional.
hi. Yes most defiently. when i was pregnant with my daughter i got cramps and sharp pains. hope this helps!
Yes, it happened to me. I had 1 period after pregnancy with my first child and 2 periods after pregnancy with my third child.
Some women have mild PMS type cramps throughout their pregnancy, take a home test or go see a doctor to be sure.
Yess for the most part. As long as its not intense bent over pain mild cramps and back ache and tenderness all over is normal unless followed by bleeding. Then you should see a doctor.
Yes, it is very normal. Tell the doctor and he can tell you how to get rid of it, or mild it.
Not as bad as mentrual cramps. It may be different for other people. Mine are mild. Its like a dull ache that's just there.
Ever heard of PMS? Unless you have had unprotected sex two weeks into your cycle (which is roughly when you are fertile) then no, you won't be pregnant
Yes - take a test
Yes. If they make you double over in pain or if you get a positive result and they are very painful and bleeding then you will want to go to the ER.
Call your doctor.