Yes, cramping *without bleeding* can be an early sign of pregnancy. Below, several women tell their personal experience with cramping and pregnancy:
Sometimes spotting is harmless, but sometimes it's a sign of something more serious. Here is some advice from women who've been there - and some of their firsthand experiences, too.
Don't panic! First find out what's going on with your body.
Some women's experiences of spotting and miscarriage:
Here is more advice and input from others:
No. Both are not signs of pregnancy. You do the urine pregnancy to diagnose the pregnancy. You do the ultrasound examination to to confirm the duration of the pregnancy. That will also confirm the location of the pregnancy inside the uterus. ( At times it can be in the fallopian tube.)
Yes it can be a sign of pregnancy.
Yes, dizziness, cramps and headaches are all normal in pregnancy - most often caused by hormonal fluctuations.
Stomach pain can be a symptom of many things, including pregnancy.
Here are opinions and advice from FAQ Farmers:
If you were on bed-rest it could be circulation, but dizziness is also common in pregnancy too.
You can only get pregnant during ovulation. But all women ovulate at different times. But it's usually about two weeks before starting your period. So on average the chances of you getting pregnant just after your period are pretty slim. But you may ovulate on a different cycle than the average woman.
In response to Leslie:
It is NOT true that you can get pregnant only when you are ovulating. It is true however that many women differ in cycles. Most women with a 28 day cycle will ovulate on days 12-17, depending on their body. The first day of your last period being the Day 1. You ovulate for 2 days. BUT there is a 6 day time span before that you are still very fertile. Not AS fertile, but still very much. and 2 days after you ovulate there is still a slim chance of fertilization. So over all you are not ok to have unprotected sex from days 6-19. That is if you have a 28 day cycle. Your best bet is to calender your specific cycle. Otherwise it is not safe. And its true that sperm can live in you for 3-5 days.
basically, yes, it is possible. although not likely, it can happen because it is possible to have an early ovulation.
You sure can! I am currently 6 weeks pregnant and I got pregnant very shortly after my period. My period started on December 27th and I stopped bleeding around the 30th. I had one act of unprotected sex with my husband on New Years Eve (about two days after I had stopped bleeding) and BAM I'm pregnant! Needless to say it was a surprise, but a good surprise. I guess I have an irregular cycle with early ovulation - I never knew!
Absolutely you can!!! You can ovulate early. Some do. And lets not forget that sperm can live in you for about 3 days. I have even read on the net for 3-5 days. So you may ovulate a bit away from your period but if there is still live sperm in you it could meet that egg and boom, a baby!
Yes. Having done some internet research I actually found out that there are rare occassions when sperm lives up to 7 days after ejaculation in the woman (based on unusual pregnancies). Every woman is different and there is always the chance of sexual activity causing irregularities if you are very young or you don't have sex often. That's how it was for me. The cramping could also be from a cyst, so an ultrasound could tell most likely.
It is impossible to determine what YOUR chances are since each person is unique. Some women do ovulate during their period. Not all women ovulate every 28 days, that's just average. Always use a condom or some other form of birhtcontrol if you don't want to get pregnant. Ask Planned Parenthood or any "Crisis Pregnancy Center" how most of their clients have unplanned pregnancy and they will tell you that they did not use a condom and tried to get away with having sex during a time when their chances to ovulate were low. Also, your body can get used to having sex during normally in-opportune times and change the times you ovulate to match your sex patterns. Your body wants to get pregnant.
No, the chance is actually very low. Most women ovulate about 2 weeks before their period and during ovulation is the only time a women can get pregnant. But some women do ovulate during their period. Not all women ovulate every 28 days, that's just average. So always use a condom or some other form of birhtcontrol if you don't want to get pregnant.
Leslie's right...It's usually 2 wks before the next period (about 2 weeks from 1st day of last one) that you begin to ovulate and can conceive.
I had sex on day 7 of my period and ovulated on day 10 and now have a 8 month old daughter to show for it. I had always ovulated at 14 days like clockwork and have no idea why I all of a sudden ovulated early.
Your chances of getting pregnant vary depending on the day of your menstrual cycle; the few days before and after the day of ovulation are the best time for you to plan baby-making intercourse if you are trying to get pregnant. This is why accurately identifying when you are ovulating can significantly increase your chances of getting pregnant. Studies show that couples who have sexual intercourse during their most fertile days every month for 6 months have an 80% chance of getting pregnant during this time. Of the one-in-five (20%) couples who have not achieved pregnancy after 6 months, half will manage to conceive after another 6 months.
However, there are a number of factors that may affect your chances of getting pregnant:
All of these factors mean that the chances of getting pregnant each menstrual cycle are slim, which is why it usually takes a few months to conceive.
If you are having severe cramps that is not normal, and your doctor should exam you. My cervix began to soften around 8 months, but there was no severe cramps. If I was you I would go to the ER if you are experiencing severe cramps.
Yes, but they could also be signs of pregnancy. It seems a bit too early to tell if you are pregnant, to me.
It could be, but I don't suggest you take a test until you've missed your period. It doesn't seem like you would have enough hcg for a test to detect at this time.
It could be. I am now 6 weeks pregnant. I started experiencing light cramping.(almost like twinges or pulling in my lower abdomen.) 1 week before my expected period. I was also having more frequent headaches and was very tired. So, it is possible.
If your period is a month late you can do a home pregnancy test and find out! You can have bleeding and spotting during pregnancy for many reasons, so it is best to consult your physician.
I dont know about the after sex ,but, I would say there is a good chance. If you have had unprotected sex, do a HPT.
Yes, cramping is a sign of miscarriage along with spotting. Go see your dr or medical clinic.
The craming is actually contractions and in some cases worse than actual labour.
I'm 10 weeks pregnant today and I've been spotting brown for about a week. It also happened a week prior to me finding out I was pregnant. I started to get scared because the first time it happen, was the morning after i had intercorse with my husband. I called my doctor right away. He told me it was normal. so I felt better but then it kept on happening and i panic. I called him again and he told me to take it easy and it be wise to be on bed rest until we figure out what was going on. He thought it might be the beginning of a miscarrige. But the thing with spotting is that there's no sure way to tell if it's normal or not. You just have to wait it out and see if is a miscarrige it will happen no matter what you do to try to avoid it. I had a sonogram at the doctor and he wasn't able to find the baby's heart beat and of course i got scared. He sent me to the hospital to get another sonogram, thank God they found the heart beat. I've noticed that being off my feet has really helped minimizing the spotting. Now the spooting is almost gone. I pray to God my baby will be okay. Oh! about the tender breasts, mine were really sore at the beginning and then the soreness was gone at about seven weeks gestation.AnswerI been pregnant 2x. I have a healthy 7 year old boy and one miscarriage. I also believed I am pregnant now primaryly because I been spotting today a week before my period is due. I know from expirience, that it is normal to have implantation bleeding. YOu should not worry about spotting as long as it is no with heavy cramping or back pain, or legs and arm pain it usually indicate trouble. It is very common to spot after intercourse. The reason for this is that your cervix and vagina are like a sac full of blood and blood vessel that with the slitest touch can and will release small drop of blood. THis blood is usually no enough to just flow down so it usually comes down with some vaginal discharge and when the blood is all so that is why is brown. However, if the bleeding follows with bright blood or clotting blood. It becomes heavy, like it wets your underwears and your clothes. YOu should go to the emergency room right away. Call your Doctor on your way there. I had a miscarryge. I knew something was wrong. It felt like someone kicked me in the stomach, but through the flesh. It feels like I was being tore inside. It is very preciese. It is no something that you can sleep through, chill through. I knew I needed a doctor right away.
I am in my eighth week right now and I noticed a fairly dramatic change (in about a day) in the way my breasts felt. Before they felt like an electric current was running through them and even the slightest touch was excruciatingly SORE. I woke up "next day" with near to no pain or soreness, and have been like this ever since (only an occasional feeling of warmth there). Doctor's office says not to worry about it as everything had looked real good at my check-up the prev week. So maybe we are not freaks and the breasts do "Calm Down" a bit around week 8, even though the books say not to expect that till about the end of first trimester. Actually, we have a Physiology textbook here and there's a graph showing different hormones in preg. hCG does this big spike at the beg, peaking at about Week 10, then drops equally dramatically. My doctor's office said I passed "the big surge" now (I guess the slope is less near the top of the peak), plus your body really begins to adjust to these new levels of things. Anyhow, for me I have no cramping and still suffer greatly from THIRST, which is the thing I've noticed most so far. I'm hoping that these signs mean the quieter breasts are okay, not the end of the world. Do you still have any other pregnancy signs? Do you have an ultrasound appointment yet? Try to keep busy and GOOD LUCK. I think you and I both need to remember that nature is taking its course and - as long as we are looking after ourselves and following doctor's orders - there is really little else we can do.
Anyway, I hope it helps to know someone else out here has the same "symptom"!
Probably not, but there is a small possibility. You should go see a doctor to find out for sure if you are pregnant or not and to get your periods started again if you aren't pregnant. It's not usually healthy for a women not to have her period.
Yes, I drink ever morning. my OB said it is fine.
for most women high and soft but some women already have a low lying cervix prior to falling pregnant. So High or Low & Soft.
Uh, wierd. Hopefully not a family member. ==new answer==need more information such as, was this person asleep at the time,taking medication, etc. In order to answer this question, more details are necessary. Was it a dream or was this person awake at the time? Halucinations can usually be addressed by putting the full attention on investigating what it is rather than secumb to fear and have them continue unabated. ==new answer==need more information such as, was this person asleep at the time,taking medication, etc. In order to answer this question, more details are necessary. Was it a dream or was this person awake at the time? Halucinations can usually be addressed by putting the full attention on investigating what it is rather than secumb to fear and have them continue unabated. ==new answer==need more information such as, was this person asleep at the time,taking medication, etc. In order to answer this question, more details are necessary. Was it a dream or was this person awake at the time? Halucinations can usually be addressed by putting the full attention on investigating what it is rather than secumb to fear and have them continue unabated. ==new answer==need more information such as, was this person asleep at the time,taking medication, etc. In order to answer this question, more details are necessary. Was it a dream or was this person awake at the time? Halucinations can usually be addressed by putting the full attention on investigating what it is rather than secumb to fear and have them continue unabated.
This depends on how hard you fall. A miscarriage can happen anytime during the pregnancy but the most dangerous time is during the first 3 months.
In zygote state, it receives via placenta. When in embryonic to till the end of gestation , supply is from umbelical cord.
Although the chance of miscarriage goes down significantly after you see the heartbeat and reach the 12 week point, there is always a chance that something may happen. Any fetal demise under 20-22 weeks is considered a miscarriage. If you are feeling crampy or bleeding call your doctor with any questions, that is what they are there for.
Risk of a miscarriage decreases greatly once a woman has reached three months into her pregnancy.
Not really. Sounds like PMS.
You could have a bladder infection. It is best to see your doctor, he is the only one who can make a diagnosis.
yes it could be a sign of pregnancy, it would be implantation cramps
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