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5 Weeks Pregnant And Cramping No Bleeding
Not yet: Good news: As long as the cervix is closed a miscarriage is only at a "threatened" level. Bad news" Once the cervix does open the gestational material usually moves out pretty rapidly for a miscarriage.
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I'm about 5 weeks pregnant and started bleeding/cramping and I think clots are coming out, is something wrong? I'm worried!
Possible miscarriage: Most miscarriages, if they are going to occur, occur early in the pregnancy when you are less than twelve weeks pregnant. If you are having heavy blleding, and passing clots, miscarriage is a good possibility. You need to call your dr.
I am 5 weeks pregnant and am experiencing mild cramping and bleeding. On the 23 of december my hCG level was only 41?
Consult OB: Please consult you obstetrician as your HCG appears to be low for the duration of pregnancy. You may consult this site for information. Http://www. Babymed. Com/hcg-level-in-early-pregnancy
Ob visit: Many pregnant women complain of cramping -- almost all in fact. There is no way to assess if yours is normal or not without a visit.
5 weeks pregnant, is cramping normal? No discharge or bleeding. Just uncomfortable and mildly painful. Happens 2-3 times daily. Is this normal?
Yes: Small discomfort and cramps can occur during the pregnancy. Stay off your feet, relax, drink plenty of water and see if that helps. You don't have to be bed bound but for now avoid, strenous activity. Best wishes Dr M
I am about 5 weeks pregnant and have been experiencing some cramping (but no bleeding). Is this normal?
Sometimes: If it is mild cramping, you may have done a little too much physically, or need to drink more water and rest. If cramping worsens, fails to resolve in an hour, or starts with spotting or bleeding, need to be seen immediately.
I'm 4 to 5 weeks pregnant been cramping on and off threw out the days with no bleeding. Wondering if this normal?
5 weeks pregnant and have been cramping for a week but no bleeding is this normal or something I should be concerned about?
Cramping and preg: It is more than likely normal but get in and be seen so the doctor can make sure and relieve your stress. Hope this helps!
I am 5 weeks pregnant and I was cramping like I was going to start and now today im not cramping at all. No bleeding or anything, is everthing okay?
Probably: Actually, what you described is very common in early pregnancy. As long as there is no bleeding, and the pain is not severe, no problem. If it gets worse, or you begin bleeding, call your ob.
I'm 5 weeks pregnant I had some symptoms for some days but suddenly it stopped I don't have any cramps or bleeding but I'm very scared could it e bad?
Possibly: Sometimes loss of pregnancy symptoms is the first sign of miscarriage. However, pregnancy symptoms vary a great deal. Until you start bleeding, I would be hopeful. An ultrasound around 6 weeks will usually give you the answer.
No: Normally the uterus adjust to accomodate hence the feeling of mild cramping. It is nothing to worry about.
I'm having mild cramps and light bleeding at 4-5 weeks pregnant. Is this normal or should I go to the ER?
Pregnant bleeding: You should at least contact your doctor if you're having those symptoms. It is sometimes normal to have a little spotting early in pregnancy but it can also mean a miscarriage, or even an ectopic pregnancy, so you should get it checked out.
Was having small cramps on and for a few days starting to slow down now and I've had no bleeding I'm 5 weeks pregnant tomorrow? No Ob.
See your doctor: You should be seen by an OBGYN. While miscarriage can occur with excessive cramping and bleeding, cramping is also a common pregnancy symptom. You should seek out a doctor so he or she can establish the health of your pregnancy early. This will put you more at ease too. Good luck!
I am 5 weeks pregnant today and I am experiencing light bleeding, dark brown in color. No severe pain, but mild cramping. Is this normal?
I had positive hpts at 4-5 weeks pregnant now at 6 weeks negative hpt I have not had any bleeding or cramps is it possible to still be pregnant?
Yes but...: As long as you did the 6 week test on a first morning urine, you may still be pregnant, but it's most likely not a viable pregnancy. Most likely you'll have a miscarriage. Hcg should normally keep increasing daily in a normal pregnancy, so a positive pregnancy test won't become negative unless it's a non-viable pregnancy.
I went to the emergency room yesterday because I am 4-5 weeks pregnant and I'm bleeding and cramping with sharp pains occasionally, they said I might?
I am 5 weeks pregnant and am bleeding slightly. I went to the dr 2 days ago and had an ultrasound and was told everything looked normal after bleeding some the previous days. I have no cramping or pain. Should I be concerned?
Call your OB doctor: Early pregnancy with cramps should prompt call to your OB doctor.
My doctor said I'm about 5 weeks pregnant I am having some heavy cramping and light bleeding brown reddish color is it normal?
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