Yes, cramping CAN be a sign of miscarriage. It could also be a sign of something else. If you experience cramping during pregnancy, you should talk to your doctor about it.AnswerI have been pregnant 4 times, 2 miscarriages, and 2 healthy babys came from my pregnancies. I had cramping with my two successful ones and no cramping until after heavy bleeding with my miscarriages. Cramping can be a normal sign of pregnancy, if it is accompanied by bleeding you should consult your doctor.
no. any cramping or pain should be discussed with your doctor
You should probably go to the doctor. Tubal pregnancies are NOT common but do happen. Your abdominal cramping is what makes me worry a little. It is not uncommon to get a false negative on a urine test, need to have a blood test done.
Spotting in the 1st month usually means nothing unless it is accompanied by cramping. I have had 4 successful pregnancies and have spotted light brown/pinkish with no complications with the babies. If the bleeding becomes heavy or cramping starts you should definitely see a doctor and express your concerns
some mild cramping can be expected as your uterus grows bigger ( round ligament pain) but any cramping accompanied by blood should be immediately reported to your doctor. If you are worried call your doctor, that is what they are there for. Cramping during pregnancy is normal hun. But if your concerned or the cramping is more severe than usual for you, then go to ER.
Bleeding, and or cramping, lack of movement later on.
No, isn't! You should see your doctor.
Could be either. Go and see the doctor
No, absolutely not go straight to the doctor/hospital.
Could be appendicitis. You should see a doctor.
You should not have a metallic smelling discharge and cramping while pregnant. Mild cramping can occur during early pregnancy, as your uterus is growing and your ligaments are adjusting. However, the cramping and discharge needs to be investigated by your Doctor. This may indicate a water infection or a yeast infection. See your Doctor.
Yes you should consult your doctor or attend the ER
See your doctor ASAP.
Actually, it is NOT normal to have cramping especially if it is accompanied by bleeding. If you experience spotting and cramping, consult your doctor immediately.
you should never take it out yourself. you could of perforated your uterus on top of everything else. You may be ok but i recommend you see a doctor
ya you should go see someone as in a doctor
Of course you should. Although you may think you know everything about pregnancies you should always go when you find out. Not all pregnancies are the same so something could go wrong at any poing without notice.
Well if the bleeding is light you should be ok, go to the doctor though and tell them everything that's happened to you.
Yes, but not about being pregnant. You should not be having two week periods and all the rest, you should see a doctor.
Yes. Go to your doctor right away or go to the ER.
Usually but only your doctor can answer that. But there is a increased risk for more ectopic pregnancies after the first one.
you should probably go see a doctor and take a blood test since the other tests are negative. your hormones might be too low to detect it.
It is very normal to have some cramping during pregnancy. If it is severe or continues for a long period of time, see your doctor.
Yes you could be pregnant. Wait a few more days and do another test. If still negative & no period, then see your doctor.
If the bleeding wasn't heavy this should be normal, but anytime you bleed you should let your doctor know right away.