you need to see your doctor about that question
i had cramps and backache during the first month of pregnancy and every month around the time my period would have been due. i also had bleeding in the first month but every thing was fine.
You could, but they would not be pregnancy symptoms because it would be too early. Pregnancy symptoms start from as early as 2 weeks after sex
I do not know the medical reason for it -- but my mother developed an allergy to alcohol and if she had the smallest amount she would have terrible cramps. I seem to be developing the same thing. Even a half a glass of wine will cause me to have cramps. I would like to understand the cause as well.
Abdominal pain can be caused by many conditions. However, the main causes are infection, abnormal growths, inflammation, obstruction (blockage), and intestinal disorders. ... Cramps associated with menstruation are also a potential source of lower abdominal pain, but more commonly these are known to cause pelvic pain.
I think so, because I have cramps and I am 16 weeks as well. They feel like the type of cramps you would normally get before you start your period. I found that my cramps are sometimes associated with needing to use the restroom and once I go they start to subside.
Lack of oxygen can cause cramps not only on the side of your stomach but other muscles as well. It also could be a twisted rib.
I have experienced foot cramps at night after eating a healthy helping of raw almonds.
you have regular cycle 28 days, abdominal cramps were not experience, even you have your menstrations you perform your daily activity
It would depend on what was the cause for the abdominal pain. There are many things that can cause abdominal pain, so it would fall under many different specialties. In general if you are having abdominal pain, you should see your primary care doctor. They are trained to diagnose most causes of abdominal pain and can send you to the correct specialist (if required), or treat it themselves.
There is such a wide range of normal that I would not worry unless the cramps are really bad and/or you have bleeding.
Yes, Tylenol will help ease the pain of menstrual cramps - all non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs all work on menstrual cramps as it is inflammation caused by hormones that cause uterine contraction which cause menstrual cramps. It is however far better to prevent yourself from getting menstrual cramps to begin with, often lifestyle changes alone are enough to prevent menstrual cramps.
Sometimes, but it depends on the cause. When I was pregnant, I would have mild cramps every month around the time I would have normally had my period, had I not been pregnant. But if your abdominal pain is severe, or persists, you need to call your doctor ASAP; it's not worth the risk to not call. Actually, I suggest you call anyway, just to rule out any problems with the pregnancy, the baby or yourself.
I had sharp abdominal pain when i was 13 at the beginning of the year and i had to have an appendectomy .. so it might be the appendix
This could be normal however, I would call your midwife or doctor just to rule out any potential problems.
See an OBGYN.
A kidney stone ; see related link .
There are numerous reasons that can cause abdominal pain while walking. One factor could be muscle strains which can be caused by sudden twisting or from exercising. Another factor could be a hernia.
Adhesions are simply scar tissue that forms between abdominal tissues and organs. Most adhesions cause no symptoms, but some can cause abdominal pain, and are a major cause of female infertility and intestinal obstruction. These adhesions need to be surgically repaired.
A billion different things sweetie. If its only on your left side I would get checked out ASAP.
well it could be from being pregnet with leg aches caused by being heavy might be blood glots and cramps could be the baby from inside
A heating pad can be used to help with the leg cramps, not usually causing them. There is lots of information on the internet about leg cramps. A few things to try would be some simple stretching and exercises before bed and drink lots of water.
The cause of the pain has to be determined before a diagnosis could be made. This would be determined by a doctor.
I have abdominal pains