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Is lower stomach pain a sign of pregnancy?

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2012-02-18 01:05:50
2012-02-18 01:05:50

no may be it might be something wrong with you stomach it matter if you are sick ask you doctor

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The lower stomach pain might indicate that you are going to be due your period. The ''stomach going hard'' however may not be a sign of pregnancy - It does also depends on how long ago you had sexual intercourse and you may feel your stomach has grown. It begins to show after A month or Two.


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Yes, it can be. Take a pregnancy test if you miss your period


The symptoms you described can be symptoms of pregnancy but also symptoms of a stomach bug. Perform a pregnancy test if your period doesn't arrive.


Signs of pregnancy are a missing period and positive pregnancy test. Lower back pain and pain in the abdominal region are not signs of pregnancy. See your healthcare provider for accurate diagnosis.


It's a symptom. A sign would be a positive pregnancy test..



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Cramps are a sign of pregnancy, i was sure i was coming on my period i had all the cramps etc.. im now 5 months pregnant


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It is unlikely but the only way you'll know is to do a pregnancy test about a week to 2 weeks after your period was due. Get checked out by your Dr.


Pregnancy should not cause pain in your abdomen. If you have questions, seek medical advice. Hello - Pregnancy doesn't usually cause a lower tender abdomonen that causes pain when palpatated. But it is possible this could be pregnancy related if the pain is not severe on only mildly tender.


A cramping stomach ache is a sign of pregnancy. But a constant, very bad pain may be something else and should be see by your doctor.


refering to the weather, that will be a no. If you mean wind, as in stomach pain, my answer is yes. I had lots of wind pain which you have to be very careful with. see a physician to ensure the pregnancy will be fine.


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