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This is normal. Women usually get cramps during ovulation and ovulation occurs a few weeks before your period

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This is normal, ovulation takes place up to 2 weeks prior to you having your period.



Yes, I have just discovered that i am 5 weeks pregnant. I had period like cramping for a week before i found out i was pregnant. I kept rushing to the toilet thinking my period had started when actually it was my body making room for the baby.For me, the cramps are exactly like period cramps. You can have cramps as an early sign of pregnancy because your body is making room for the baby. Do a pregnany test, it sounds like you could be pregnant....


Cramping can happen whenever! I sometimes get cramps 2 weeks before I actually start my period. My worse cramps come the day before and the day of my period.


Some women while pregnant have cramps around the time their period would come at 8 and 12 weeks. This does not mean you are having a miscarriage.


im 3 weeks pregnant right now, and my cramps just feel like period cramps.


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.


I'd say about 2 to 3 weeks from the first day of your last period. I actually did not know I was pregnant at 4 weeks because the cramps I was having felt a lot like the type of cramps you get before your period. I told my husband I was sure I wasn't pregnant because I felt like I was going to start my period at anytime. Boy was I wrong! I experienced the cramping starting around week 3. You could also have cramps due to implantation which takes place about 1 to 2 weeks after conception. Oh, and period like cramping continues through out most of your pregnancy.


yes you can. i am 37 weeks pregnant. for the first tree months or so i was having very painful period cramps and i always thought my period will come any moment. but according to my i was completely safe.


yes. Four weeks pregnant is just about the time your period is due so you may have cramps.


Yes, you can get implantation bleeding and cramps if you get pregnant.This may occur two weeks after you believed you were due to start your period.


Some people have periods earlier than others. you might just have a sickness or something. usually people don't have cramps for two weeks before the period, only a day or two.


I would get to an emergency room if I were you, especially if this is your first child.


The time between having a period ...( Two weeks After Or Two weeks Before!!)


Although menstrual cramps are common, they are not a normal part of healthy menstruation - as such there is nothing to say that you will get cramps at all,and if you do experience cramps know that they are preventable. When you could get cramps depends on your body, typically they can start as early as a week to two weeks before menstruation.


Sorry, i can't answer your question but i am 7 weeks pregnant tomorrow and i am experiencing the same thing. Feels like period cramps but not as bad and wind cramps when you have upset stomach. I keep worrying that i am going to see blood but from searching online about it seems it is quite normal!



period for 7 weeks and is on the injection.




It's not menstrual cramp but it can feel that way. You are ovulating and some women notice none of this and others do.


The luteal phase after ovulation is typically two weeks long on average. So two weeks prior to your period lines up with ovulation when it is possible to conceive. It is unlikely to have any symptoms of pregnancy two weeks before your period. Good luck!


Yes, it sure can be a sign for some women. You need to think about how your body usually reacts before your period. Do you always have cramping? It isn't all that common to cramp 2 weeks before your period is due though. But it can be possible.So yes love, it can be a sign pf pregnancy or a earlier period.


having period cramps for the first 3-4 months are normal. if you are spotting or see any blood go to the doctors . i had cramps for the first 4 months until they finally went away


U may be pregnant, when I became pregnant with my first child I had cramps for two whole weeks before I knew I was pregnant..the whole time I just thought my period was coming and when it didn't I went to the dr n they confirmed my pregnancy I was 5 weeks.



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