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2008-05-04 09:06:11
2008-05-04 09:06:11

No it isn't normal and you should seek medical help.


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Yes it is perfectly normal, even for the cramps to resemble period pains.

It means your normal......... Cramps happen during pregnancy... this is why you shouldn't get pregnant at 13.

when i found out i was pregnant i was about 6 weeks nd i had alot of cramping in my lower abdomen they say when you are pregnant that you usually get pains or cramps in your stomach.

Stomach aches is not normal but abdominal pains yes it is and only during the first trimester.

Most of the time, stomach pain and light cramps in the first trimester are completely normal, because your uterus is starting to really stretch out, and your body is getting used to being pregnant. Most first trimester stomach pains and cramps are due to your newly stretching uterus.

If you also have cramps in the stomach the chances are very much there that you are pregnant.

It may be normal, but you MUST check it out with your doctor -- call today!

Yes. But stomach pains need investigating.

yes you can. some pregnancy cramps feel like period cramps.

stomach pains are expected throughout the whole of your pregnancy. There may be a week or 2 where you don't feel any pain. but then suddenly the other weeks are painful, but if there is no blood then you don't have to worry about it.

Could be gas . Take a pregnancy test . That will take out the guess work .

say you have cramps or stomach pains. they will know what it means

No. Gas pains only cause stomach cramps.

the unusual stimulation and all the adrenaline. its like when you get nervous and you have stomach cramps. its just from exitement and adrenaline

how far along are you? It could just be gas. If it is severe or you are worried, go see a doctor

Call your health care provider now if you are pregnant with stomach pain.

Yes it is normal! i had period like pains just about the second week after my period and i was worried because i wanted to get pregnant, but my doc told me during ovulation you can get cramps in the lower abdomen and also lower back area, that said month i got pregnant and those cramps continued for about a couple weeks after i found out, so i say don't worry much about it!!

You know if you have a sour stomach if you're experience nausea, bloating or stomach cramps.Your stomach will not feel right, it may be swirling or you can feel sharp pains.

No, but it might mean that she has a stomach virus, or she is starting her period.

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.

Im 9wks2days lower back pain since 6wks, now stomach pains. Was told its normal, possibly round ligament pains or maybe simply gas lol.

Yes, it is possible that the pains/cramps you are experiencing are implantation pains, which means you could be pregnant. However, whenever you experience pain in those areas that is not due to PMS or ovulation, you should visit your doctor to rule out pregnancy and other causes.

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