Is it normal to have mild cramps at 12 weeks of pregnancy?
yes it's normal to have mild cramps during 12 weeks of pregnancy its called braxton hicks contraction.
Yes, this happens when the baby starts to squash the stomach and give a lot of extra weight. Don't tax youself too hard.
You are 16 weeks pregnant and spotting just a litte but you got cramps and pain your lower back should i be worried?
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… Read More
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.
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.
Yes, but if you're worried go and see your doctor or midwife
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 can also be PMS.
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.
You are 15 weeks pregnant and have been having a constant pain in your lower right abdomen for the past 3 days is it normal?
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.
Some women experience mild cramping and increased vaginal discharge soon after their missed period, others may not have any cramping.
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… Read More
Mild cramping after vigorous sex is normal but severe pain is not.
If I am 2 weeks late for my period having mild pelvic cramps 5 negative pregnancy tests tired all the time am i pregnant or is something wrong?
Go see your doctor about it. If you are throwing up, you may be pregnant.
hi. Yes most defiently. when i was pregnant with my daughter i got cramps and sharp pains. hope this helps!
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.
You are on day 17 of 28 day cycle and TTC you have mild cramps and tender breasts Could this be a sign of pregnancy?
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
When will you go into labor if you are 35 weeks and 6 days pregnant and dilated 4 cm and having mild cramps?
I canot tell without a crystal ball, which I do not own. Normal geststion is 40 weeks, you really don't want to have your baby early even though everyone is very tired of being pregnant by this stage of pregnancy. The last four weeks of your pregnancy may be the longest month of your life! Be patient and don't do anyhting to try to "induce" labor, nature has it all figured out and usually the… Read More
Yes, it happened to me. I had 1 period after pregnancy with my first child and 2 periods after pregnancy with my third child.
Are mild cramps and sensitivity to pressure in the lower abdomen normal a couple days after intercourse or a sign of pregnancy?
Cramps and soreness or not uncommon after sex, especially if you are close to starting your period. However, if the discomfort continues after a few days, and you start developing an unusual discharge, do see your doctor if your sex was unprotected. Also consider a urinary tract infection. Cramps and abdominal pain are signs of many things, but early pregnancy is not one of them (excepting rare ectopic pregnancy). The most common FIRST thing to… Read More
Some women have mild PMS type cramps throughout their pregnancy, take a home test or go see a doctor to be sure.
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.
I am one to two weeks pregnant from conception time i have mild lower abdo soreness and cramps no bleeding not in a lot of pain just like the cramps you get at the start of period is this okay?
Pregnancy can not be confirmed until after the first missed menstruation or the 4th week. If this occurs after the 4th week and the pregnancy has been confirmed by a test then any questions like the one above should be asked to your ob/gyn or general practitioner.
You are almost ten weeks can it be normal to have some mild lower back pain and mild cramping you have no bleeding at all?
Yes, it is very normal. Tell the doctor and he can tell you how to get rid of it, or mild it.
Only your doctor after doing an ultrasound can tell for sure.
Call your doctor.
Period like cramps are a sign of early pregnancy and I myself experienced these, but unfortunately they are also a sign of your oncoming period. This can prove to be a very unhelpful sign of pregnancy lol.
Is it possible to have pregnancy symptoms before a positive test result and if so can you get mild tummy cramps and lower back aches at this stage?
I believethat iit is possible. With all three of my pregnancies i experienced cramping,bloating and breast soreness. By my third I knew i was pregnant at 2 weeks. My Dr. said that with some women, these can be signs of early pregnancy.
Decidual bleeding can occur in early pregnancy. It is similar to a light period and while it is not uncommon to get cramps with this type of bleeding, the pain should be mild. If you experience severe cramps with decidual bleeding, it would be wise to contact your doctor or midwife immediately.
Mild stomach cramps can be a sign of pregnancy, but I've never hear of major pains being a sign. I don't think so. If she bled for 2 weeks straight AFTER you last had sex - it's probably not possible. As far as the cramps go, I had cramps off and on like that when I was 14 and found out that I had ovarian cysts. The doctor did a laporoscopy and removed them, and… Read More
What's wrong if you finished your period about 2 weeks ago and in the past few days you have had brownish spotting that sometimes looks veiny or clumpy and you have very mild cramps?
This could just be your uterine lining coming away which is normal, it just came away after your period instead of with it.
I had pains and cramps for weeks after my period was due, and the pains felt very much like the mild cramping I get just before my period starts. I was actually pregnant - although I was half expecting my period to arrive any day! Apparently it is not unusual at all. Take a home pregnancy test, and if it is positive go and see a doctor. If the pains are quite strong and concentrated… Read More
That is going to be normal for pretty much all of your pregnancy. Just watch for severe pain, or cramping and blood.
mild cramping is normal,but severe,sounds like trouble.see your doctor immediately
I'm not a doctor, but when I was pregnant I went through the same thing right around the same time. Those cramps are actually contractions. That's your bodies way of preparing for the birth.
The earliest sign of a miscarraige is painful cramping and bleeding. Some cramps are normal, as well as pink or brown bleeding. The cramping that is normal will feel like mild period cramps. Any type of painful cramping as opposed to minor discomfort I would recommend going to the hospital.
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… Read More
yeah its normal just mild cramps ... i had mine all the way along, i am 7 months now. sometimes they can feel like period pains or dull ache, however if its still a worry speak to your midwife at next appointment i am sure she will put your mind at ease!!! hope this helps xxx
If you have had bad cramps and are only 3 weeks pregnant and not having any bleeding could you still be having a miscarriage?
Usually bleeding and cramping is not a good sign, everyone has a different pregnancy. You can be just going through the motions of your organs shifting, to make way for your new growth. Answer I had the same symptoms. During my 3rd week, is when I had the bad period-like cramps. I am almost 7 weeks now, and sometimes still have mild cramps and feel like my period is coming. The doctor said the cramping… Read More
I'm 14 weeks pregnant and just started spotting with brown blood mild cramps and back pain.What is going on?
go and see a physician ASAP in case you are having a miscarriage.
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.
yes that's normal its like a warning sign that your period about to start and your going to get them during and maybe a day sfter it is gone
Yes, mild vaginal bleeding can occur, according to Wikipedia. Listed under "Symptoms"... http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ectopic_pregnancy
sometimes mild cramps are said to be your insides moving around getting ready to make room for you little bundle but if you aren't sure i'd give your midwife or doctor a call, they'll always be happy to put your mind at ease! xx
For the same period like normal typhoid, probably. Three to four weeks.
I am actually having the same thing right now and I am 6 weeks pregnant. Very light spotting (pink/brown) and I had mild cramping yesterday. When I was pregnant with my son I also had spotting at around 6 weeks. If it gets heavier and you have more cramping call your doctor. I am having an ultra sound in 2 days jut to make sure everything is alright. Best of luck.
yes. especially after i gtl... that's when i get the most cramps.
You can. Each woman is different, but cramping is possible. I had very mild/ dull cramps
How common is it to have pregnancy symptoms before a positive test result like mild back and tummy cramps?
Yes, it is possible to have pregnancy symptoms before a positive HOME test. Even through home pregnancy test are better now than years ago, they are not fool proof. The best way to get a true result is to go to the doctor.
Some women complain of cramps in the first months of pill use. This side effect improves with time.