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Cramping Without Uterus
See below: This problem can only be solved by seeing your doctor and being evaluated face-to-face. After a thorough examination, your doctor should be able to tell you what's wrong and what to do about it. ...Read more
Clarify: Please clarify what you mean by your uterus moving up and resubmit the question ...Read more
I will be 17 weeks tomorrow and since yesterday have been feeling twinges and minor cramps where my uterus is (middle/sides) now. Is this normal?
Yes: Could be baby movement, but if worsens see your obgyn ...Read more
I'm on thepill to help the severe pain of my cramps, but it's not helping. My cramps feel like my uterus is on fire no matter what I take. What to do?
I took the Plan B pill last Tuesday. I'm now having really bad pains on the left side of my uterus. It's like normal cramps but on one side. Is this a bad sign?
Possible: Without more information it is difficult to say if you should worry. First do a pregnancy test. If positive, see your GYN (or come see me, I am in Vegas). If your test is negative, then you should still see a doctor but it is less urgent than with a positive test. Cramps and bleeding is normal after plan B — but having them to one side could be a problem. ...Read more
Here are some ...: Cramping implies feeling pain/ache from muscle contraction. The most common example for uterus is the rhythmic contractions throughout childbirth as initiated by surging oxytocin. Rough sex implies exerting its physical effect, which may happen after intercourse with full penetration by a penis >6-7 inches; such effect should be short. But, uterine cramps occur by surging oxytocin toward orgasm. ...Read more
6 weeks pregant been told that there is a small whole the uterus been having bleedi g a cramping will it stop or will I loose this baby a what can i?
Mot sure?: I am not sure what you mean by a hole in your uterus. It seems to me that if you had a hole in your uterus this would be a surgical emergency. Please try to clarify what you really have and write back to us with another question. ...Read more
I had my uterus and my Ovieres taken out but the past. Few days I have been bleeding and cramping BAD could you please help me thank you I'm a little scared?
Post op bleeding: Many OB/GYN doctors do what is called a "partial" hysterectomy, leaving the cervix in place. The canal can have abnormalities which can cause visual bleeding. Another (very rare) cause involves remaining ovarian tissue. Scar tissue at the apex of the vagina can also cause bleeding. See your healthcare provider asap for an exam and testing. ...Read more
U/s 6w2d=15mm sac+yolk, u/s 7w3d=17mm sac+yolk. No hb. Stopped progerstone, now 8w2d, no bleeding or cramps + symptoms worse. Have tilted uterus. Any hope?
I am sorry...: At 7 3/7 weeks, if there is no heartbeat, then this is a miscarriage. You mentioned that a scan was done at 8 2/7 weeks, but you did not mention the fetal heart rate. If it was still absent, then you have what we refer to as a "missed abortion". You need a thorough workup of recurrent miscarriages. ...Read more
Both: It releases oxytocin, which can cause the uterus to cramp, but also gives pleasure. Depends on the woman and her hormones, as well as how long ago she was pregnant. ...Read more
A gush of clear liquid followed by pink blood accompanied with cramping that radiates from uterus?
Many possibilities: Have you had intercourse recently? It'spossible that you are pregnant? That would explain a gush of clear fluid. Other possibilities include a cyst in the vagina that ruptured, something in the uterus, rupture of a cyst in the fallopian tube. If you're having a lot of pain, suggest you go to the er to be checked. Otherwise, consider making appt with gynecologist for an exam, possible ultrasound. ...Read more
Why is my uterus hurting? It never hurt like this before and it hurt when I have sex. It's not cramps
Possible infection: At your age painful intercourse is most often caused by infection known as pid or pelvic inflammatory disease. This can only be diagnosed by trained medical professionals. While there are other possible causes, pid can cause infertility, scar tissue and worse. It is something that should be evaluated. ...Read more
What causes mild cramps after 4 years of hysterectomy with 1 ovary. Appendix, uterus and 1 ovary removed.
Been spotting off and on for a few days. Don't understand why, ''cramping'' in front by uterus. Spotting is not all the time and only when wipe. Y?
I have a 31 day cylce I have ovulated and my next period Is in 2 weeks. I'm getting bad cramps on the left side of my uterus, what could this mean?
10 dpo feeling nauseas since 3 dpo. Felt ovulation cramps, they continued for almost a week. Now I have a pulling feeling in my uterus. AF due in 4 day?
Pregnancy?: Don't know what "AF" means, but if your period does not start in another week, get a serum HCG test in a week from your healthcare provider. Cramps are usually present when ovulation occurs, but can also happen when an egg implants in the uterus. Too early for a home pregnancy test to be reliable. ...Read more
Bowel: Various bowel problems can cause lower abdominal cramping and should be evaluated by your dr. Ovarian cysts can cause cramping in the genital tract if they bleed, leak, or intermittantly twist. Finally, endometriosis can also cause pain and cramping. All should be evaluated by your dr. ...Read more
Yes : Yes . That happens during your menstural cycles each time ... ...Read more
I don't have an infection but my uterus fills like its burning instead of cramping and pain it burns?
Internal exam: The list of possibilities here is rather long. You should get yourself to a healthcare provider and get a gynecological examination performed to rule out several types of infections and other conditions that can cause your problem. ...Read more
Maybe, however...: Several changes occur that can cause some slight discomfort, which may be normal. You can try tylenol (acetaminophen) for pain. Your doctor may decide that you need a sonogram or bloodwork. If you have vaginal bleeding or severe and/or persistent pain, go to the er as those may be signs of a miscarriage or an abnormally located pregnancy. ...Read more
Cramps can be nl: Menstrual cramps or dysmenorrhea can be a very normal symptom of your period. It is caused by a chemical called prostaglandin that can cause cramps, headaches, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, fever and chills. It is the body emptying the uterus from the blood inside which is also normal. So it can be a sign that all is working well. ...Read more
Cant feel my iud strings, and have cramps in my uterus. Had it put in after my c section 5 months ago.
Ultrasound: Can check location of IUD to be sure, string maybe inside uterus with this type of placement at csection. ...Read more