You should go to the ER or your doctor ASAP. Cramping in early pregnancy is very normal because everything is stretching out, but it shouldn't be bad cramps and with the severe lower Back pain that could mean you are having a miscarriage. Please go to the ER or your doctor ASAP
A period can have light to very heavy flow from minor to severe cramping from 3-8 days
see your doctor, this could be minor, or serious. should not rely on internet answers. get checked out
Yes, It is normal to be 7 weeks pregnant and not have any symptoms I am almost 8 weeks pregnant and i have only had minor cramping so I never suspected anything except that I was 3 weeks late.
Nausea, breast swelling / tenderness, headaches, minor cramping, fatigue. Some women have all the symptoms, some women have no symptoms.
Yes, when I was about 7 to 12 weeks along i had minor cramping that felt like the cramps I got when I was on my period but my doctor said it is usually caused by your uterus stretching.
A minor- pregnant or not- cannot marry without parental consent.
Yes, you're still a minor. Being pregnant/having a child does not emancipate a minor.
Some of the many dangers of lower back injuries include pain, limited movement, and even paralyzation. An injury can be a minor sprain while a fractured vertebrae or herniated disc can be severe.
small ;not major or severe
unbearable tormenting severe minor
As minors it´s your parents deciding this. You being pregnant has nothing to do with it.
consoult a docter right away, before symptoms get any worse!!!!!!
No but it is illegal for a minor to have sex and for someone else to have sex with a minor and to get her pregnant. Whether there will be a penalty for the person getting her pregnant depends on his age.
There are no legal issues with statutory rape.
Be pregnant does not make you a legal adult. It gives you certain rights to obtain help for you and your child, but does not emancipate you.
No, they cannot legally take the child away. Though a minor, the parent does have rights regarding the child.
No. Getting pregnant does not emancipate a minor or give them any adult rights. Turning 18 emancipates a minor.
The relative minor key is always a minor third lower than its major key.
If you're in the US, no it doesn't.
No it does not.
No! Being pregnant does not automatically make you an adult. Adulthood is only accomplished by age - You are still a "minor child" by legal standards.