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4 Weeks Pregnant Pains
When your due date arrives, you will be more than ready to have your baby! Most women deliver the baby somewhere between 37 and 42 weeks. According to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, only 5% of babies arrive on the exact due date. Approximately 7% of babies are not delivered by 42 weeks, and when that happens, it is referred to ...Read more
Unanswerable: This varies widely from patient to patient. I would want to know what prompts this question? If you have a value for a recent blood test then that may be a better way to ask the question. ...Read more
Very common: It's very very common for women not to 'feel' pregnant. So long as your obstetrician isn't worried, then you likely shouldn't worry either. An ultrasound may help ease your mind, hearing the heartbeat and seeing the baby. Consider asking your doctor for one, just to be sure. Best of luck, . ...Read more
Cramping w/ mild nausea,tiredness, lowback pain 4 2wks now, period late 4 2days, ngtv HPT,now bleeding lightly.Pregnant or just normal menstruation?
Pregnancy symptoms and light bleeding 4 days after expected period and 4 days after spotting. Could i be pregnant? Had 4 negative home pregnancy test
4 days late. Negative pregnancy test. Lower Back pain cramps. Breast feel heavy.vaginal clear discharge. Constipated.can I still be pregnant?
I'm 34 weeks pregnant & have been having diarrhea, nausea, pelvic pressure, & menstrual-like cramps the past 4 days. Should I be concerned?
Yes: Unfortunately, it might mean that the baby is not longer viable. At 41, you are at increased risk of chromosome abnormalities, which are the most common reasons for miscarriage and pregnancy loss. At 8 weeks pregnant, you generally should still be having symptoms. You should contact your OB and get an ultrasound to make sure that the baby is ok. Good luck. ...Read more
About 4 weeks pregnant, intense abdominal pain, intense nausea, dizziness, feverish,no appitite, light bleeding for 4 days. Is this a miscarriage?
Period was due 7 days ago been spottin 4 2 weeks no cramps or sore breast feel really nauseous everyday, been tryna conceive 4 7 months, prego? Help
I'm about 4 weeks pregnant and having pains on the right side where I had my ectopic pregnancy at my tube was saved? Am I having another one
Lumbar spine shift: As the uterus begins to grow in the pelvis it puts more pressure on the nerves that go to your back and ultimately the lumbar spine curvature will change in the 2nd trimester to compensate for the uterus becoming an abdominal organ with protrusion. ...Read more
Loose ligaments: There can be a number of causes for back pain in pregnancy. One of the most common causes in my opinion is the fact that as the baby grows, a womens pelvic ligaments will start to stretch and relax in anticipation of the delivery. This can cause back pain. A retroverted uterus can also be a source of back pain. The good news is that the back pain will usually go away after delivery. Talk toyour md. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Discomfort is normal: Discomfort and cramping can be normal in the first trimester. Severe pain and bleeding are not normal. If you are concerned you should see your obstetrician. They can make sure your pain is considered normal and not something that could be dangerous for you or your fetus. ...Read more
It is common.: "Period" Pain in early pregnancy is quite common. Having said this if the pain is persistent & unbearable you should visit your doctor to exclude an ectopic pregnancy. IOnce you have had an ultrasound to confirm the pregnancy is in the uterus you can monitor the pain & take panado if necessary. ...Read more
I am having sharp pains in what I believe is my cervix. I am 38+4 weeks pregnant. It has been going on for about an hour now. ?
Many causes : Best step will be to see a physician to obtain a detailed history and perform a physical examination ...Read more
My girlfriend is 4 weeks pregnant and is experiencing sharp abdominal pains, what can it be? What should we do?
I'm 36+4 weeks pregnant and i started getting short, sharp pains inside my vag lastnight. My belly is fine, no pain there, just my vag. Goes away in secs?
I am 4 weeks pregnant, it's my first pregnancy. I keep having pains that feel like period pains, is it normal?
Probably: Pain due to growing fetus . If get worse see your gyn. ...Read more
Are consistent painful cramps and occasional sharp pains in my lower stomach normal signs in the 1st trimester of pregnancy? It keeps me up at night.
Common: Cramping in the 1st trimester without any bleeding or spotting is common, and not typically a sign that anything is wrong. Sharp pains originating from your uterus are not common, but again not necessarily a sign that the pregnancy is abnormal. However constipation is very common in pregnancy, and can explain both the cramping and sharp pains. ...Read more
8.4 weeks pregnant. Saw heartbeat at 7 weeks and all ok. No bleeding. Few sharp pains in pelvis. What are chances of missed miscarriage at this point?
Can u have a chest xray when 4 weeks pregnant. Had cold and now chest very tight, can't produce phlegm, pains in back, feels bruised.Taking pinaclav ?
Yes: Your abdomen and pelvis need to be shielded. Tell the technologist you are pregnant. ...Read more
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