Basically, the cervix will raise and become fleshy (typically quite hard) during early pregnancy, however, timing is all dependent on the individual. Some experience this change in different periods of the pregnancy; from the earlier stages until quite late in the first trimester. Quite frankly, don't rely on this as a means to determine whether you are pregnant or not. The advice of a professional is always the best answer.
I'm being told it could be the sound of amniotic fluid, be sure to watch for leakage. It could be a tear in the sac. Call doc immediatly
Once you have passed all of the "contents of pregnancy" the bleeding may subside and the cramps lessen. Everyone is different. Your body is going through a lot during a miscarriage and the cramping is the uterus contracting to empty, so as time goes on the cramps should lighten. Hello - It is possible yes. I am very sorry about your miscarriage. See your Doctor to make certain the Foetus has been expelled.
Yes. The earliest signs of pregnancy besides the missed period can include slight cramping like your period is about to start. This is a normal as the blastocyst plants itself into the lining of your uterus.
If you are in the process of having a miscarriage then it is unlikely you can do anything to stop it happening, unfortunately. Just make sure you get the medical attention you need to ensure you come through it ok and there isn't anything left behind that could become infected and leave you very ill. I'm very sorry for you.
Immediately check in with your doctor if this occurs.This may be a start of early labor and if you are at a point where the baby would live ( 26 weeks?) or further, there are ways to stop delivery. The child will do better if they can even stop it for a number of hours. If you are not that far along, checking in with the doctor and bed rest for a few days may help.
Mild cramping is very normal, it is just your uterus stretching. However, if it is accompanied by blood then you need to see your doctor or midwife ASAP
Yes! Those flutters or cramps and the low back ache could be signs that your uterus is working on expanding in preparation for growing a baby. The nausea could be from low blood sugar or progesterone production.
The irony is, a low back ache and nausea can also be symptoms that menstruation is approaching.
yes it is very normal, but you shuld always talk with your doctor about your symptoms so he/she can monitor your pregnancy, but as long as it is not heavy bleeding or severe cramping so bad you feel need to go to the emergency room , then you are fine. i had both in first and second trimester with all my kids=] blessings to you both, chassy.
It is never normal to spot, pink, brown, or red. You should see your doctor as soon as possible. Sometimes spotting can be harmless, but only your doctor can tell you that. It IS normal to spot! Just not in excess or in an increased amount. Spotting alone is not a sign to worry, but when combined with other symptoms, it becomes an issue worth due dilligence. It can take up to six months for your body to recover and balance the hormones from a previous pregnancy. I would have it checked out but I suspect that the spotting is hormonal in nature and related to the homeostatic balancing that your body is undergoing.
You can have a miscarriage any time after the embryo has implanted into the uterine wall, which is a week after fertilization, but before 6 months. If the baby is born alive after 6 months, it labeled premature, but if it is born dead after this time, it's labeled stillborn.
abdominal cramping can be caused by menstrual cycle, bowel movements and even gas bubbles
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.
Depends on the person. I have 4 children and always knew about 3 days after ovulation I was pregnant by light cramping.
It is not a symptom, but it can happen any time your body chemistry changes at all. So the simple answer is yes, if you are pregnant you might experience break outs because many things can cause breakouts.
hello,i would like to tell you that a clear discharge is not bad.i have it a few days before i start my periode,once at a checkup a doctor told me that's normal for the body to change over the years and a discharge that is clear no oder is harmless.but if you still worry go see your doctor and hear it for yourself
In zygote state, it receives via placenta. When in embryonic to till the end of gestation , supply is from umbelical cord.
yes this is a sign of pregnancy, you should take a home test and then make a doctors appointment and then see because i have those same symptoms so there is a possiblablity, good luck........
not discharge you need to really get lots lots lots of it which means it isn't normal which is telling you that you could be pregnant.
The most common causes for false negative home pregnancy tests are testing too soon (you should test 14 to 16 days after having unprotected sex) and testing with diluted urine. You should use first mornings urine to test or test with urine that you've held for at least 5 hours. If you still feel that you may be pregnant and are still getting negative results you should see your Dr.
Cramping during pregnancy, unfortunately, can mean multiple things; some are okay and some are not so good. It can be gas, constipation, your uterus growing; signs of an ectopic pregnancy, miscarriage, and the list can go on and on. If the cramping continues and it concerns you too much you should contact your doctor.
Yes I think that it is normal but if it continues you need to see your doctor. It could be due to gas, constipation, ectopic pregnancy, growth of the uterus, or miscarriage. If it continues and you are too concerned you should just contact your doctor.