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5 Weeks Pregnant And Cramping On Right Side
Im 9.5 weeks pregnant and im having cramps on my right side around what would be my ovary is that normal or could it be early miscarriage? No bleeding
Could be ovary: Having cramps on the right side in early pregnancy but no bleeding could be from the right ovary. The ovary that released the egg often forms a cyst, due to the hormones the ovary is producing. That cyst will go away on its own but can cause some discomfort. The cramping could also be from gas in intestines or constipation. Since no bleeding unlikely to be miscarriage. ...Read more
If you're pregnant or planning to get pregnant, there are many things you can do to give your baby a healthy start: Regular prenatal visits along with laboratory testing, ultrasounds, prenatal vitamins and immunizations (like the flu shot and whopping cough booster). Now's the time to eat healthy, stay hydrated, and ...Read more
5 weeks pregnant and constant cramping on both sides much more so than with my singleton son. Could it be multiples?
Pregnancy: An ultrasound will determine if you have more than one baby in utero. Call your doctor for an exam. ...Read more
Am 5 weeks pregnant started having cramp in left back calf muscle no swelling no redness. Hip always hurts on left side and have a cyst on left ovary. Does it sound like dvt?
I am about 5 weeks pregnant and I have cramps! mostly on the left side but sometimes its both sides. I don't know if this is normal or not.
I am around 5 weeks pregnant and when I lay on my side or get hungry I get cramps in upper stomach, what is it?
Could be...: In the beginning of pregnancy you may experience abdominal upset, nausea and vomiting as the fetal hormone starts rising. Usually by your 15th week those symptoms should get better. Make sure you stay hydrated and if too much nausea and vomiting call your OB for medication prescription as necessary. ...Read more
I'm 5 weeks pregnant havering extreme lower left back pain. Only left side ovary also cramps should I concern?
I am 5 weeks pregnant and have been having this subtle sensation in my right upper thigh. I am not having any cramping or spotting. Should i be concern?
Probably not: Your growing uterus is likely putting pressure on contents of the femoral sheath. This is a tunnel from the abdomen to your leg that emerges onto the front of the thigh and through which travels the femoral nerve, artery, and vein arranged from lateral (side) to medial. Think navy where y is the crotch. Feel the pulse in your groin to find the artery but pressure on any one could cause sensations. ...Read more
Possibly 5 weeks pregnant, light queesiness & fatigue, cramping in my ribcage, sometimes right afte meals, feels almost like heart burn is that normal?
Heartburn/pregnancy: Pregnancy causes many changes in your body: as fetus grows & uterus expands, there is increased pressure upwards on stomach & diaphragm, causing acid reflux/heartburn; shift of center of gravity forward increases lumbar spine's curve, resulting in muscle spasm & back pain. Calcium-based antacids can help heartburn (tums, etc). Massage/ osteopathic treatment can ease back & rib discomfort. ...Read more
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