No, swelling of the low back is not normal, although muscle spasms and low Back pain are a common side effect of pregnancy.
Some women do experience a lower dull sort of pain in their lower back in early pregnancy. It is pretty common!
Most often the pain appears in the later months or becomes worse as pregnancy progresses.
Actually, the most frequent cause of belly 'swelling' and discomfort is constipation or collection of feces in the intestines, gas collection in the intestines, premenstrual symptoms, or first trimester pregnancy.
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Pains that teens have while pregnant can be different. The most common pregnancy pains are back, legs, lower stomach, head and feet.
well generally yes because your carrying some extra weight in your belly so don't worry
Yes, it is. You should not be worried just visit your doctor.
Cramping in the lower abdomen can be a sign of pregnancy. But extreme pain may be cysts or perhaps an ectopic pregnancy.
I had a prickling pain in my lower abdomen during the early stages of my pregnancy.
I have experienced tightness and cramping after sex. later in pregnancy, sex can bring on labor. early in pregnancy, your probably feeling your muscles contracting after orgasm because it affects your uterus as well. like braxton hicks contractions
no it does not
He probably should see his doctor again immediatly if the swelling continues...
severe pain and swelling.
A cervix does not necessarily feel different during early pregnancy. A firm feeling cervix that has drop lower to the usual position may be an indicator for a pregnancy, but this may also be the case during common menstrual cycles and might not be related to a pregnancy at all.
A missed period and positive pregnancy test are signs of pregnancy. Nausea, bloating, and lower abdominal pain are more likely to be signs of acute gastroenteritis. Take a pregnancy test.
Signs of pregnancy are absent period and positive pregnancy test. Watery discharge, butterflies, and lower back pains are not signs of pregnancy.
Swelling of lower extremities is called in very old books "dropsy", and is called in modern medicine "edema", or simply "retaining water". It can have a large number of causes, but one of the most common, especially in the elderly, is coronary insufficiency - your heart is not working as hard as it should. But I stress what I said above: It can have a number of different causes. If you have developed it, see your doctor.
Superdrug is a more sensitive test (10miu) meaning it can detect lower levels of hormones (early pregnancy). Clearblue is more like 25miu, meaning you would have to have higher hormone levels (later pregnancy) before it picked it up.
It depends on what the lower stomache pains feel like. If it is a crampy type pain, then yes, this can be a symptom of pregnancy ,as is lower back pain. Within the first 20 weeks.
Some of the most common symptoms are abnormal swelling of skin and tissues, thickening and darkening of the skin in the lower extremities, pain in the testicles, fever and enlargement of lymph nodes in the groin
No. Clear urine is a good thing and means you're hydrated. Cramping in the lower stomach CAN be a sign of pregnancy, but not on its own. Take a pregnancy test if you miss your period