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Cramps And Pregnancy Symptoms
Last period was feb. 2, it's late. Brown/red spotting for about 2 weeks, no cramps or pregnancy symptoms. Had protected sex what could this be?
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
No: Unless a period was missed then no. ...Read more
I took the 1st pill of the pack late by 7 hrs I have been on BC for a while&I had sex and I'm having cramps and nausea. Are these pregnancy symptoms?
Unlikely: Hello, You are very diligent with your pill and good for you!!! With the ultra, ultra low dose pills, you are more likely to have an escape ovulation than the higher does estrogen pills in times past. After 7 hrs. the chances are slim that this has happened although it could. To have absolute piece of mind you might consider a back up method like condoms or other barriers. ...Read more
Spotting 7days before period. Do not have cramps or breast pains or pregnancy symptoms. I usually have breast pains before period. What does this mean?
Could be normal: Occasional spotting/ irregular periods can be perfectly normal. Anything that throws off your hormones (antibiotics, stress, travel, diet change, exercise level change) can cause this, and it should return to normal after another cycle or two. If you have any reason to believe you could be pregnant, though, take a test. And get seen if you have discharge with the spotting or foul odor. ...Read more
3 missed periods. 5 neg hpt & 1 neg blood test. No cramps, no urinary symptoms, no pregnancy symptoms. What could it be? Cause for concern?
I'd be concerned too: There are lots of possible reasons for missed periods, and it's imperative your doctor gets to the bottom of this at once. If he/she can't, see a board certified reproductive endocrinologist who can/should help you. Dr. Roseff www.Reproendo.Com. ...Read more
Should I be worried@ 3 weeks my hCG level at 74, i'm having back pain and pain in that muscle that's between the neck and shoulder. No bleeding no cramps. Not really having pregnancy symptoms, like sore breast fatigue, etc basically I don't feel pregnant
2weeks late, neg bloodtest, having pregnancy symptoms, pinkish spot and light brown now on 3rd week milkywhite discharge no more cramps ?
I wanted to know whether you feel periods symptoms like cramps ect even in early pregnancy ?or you don't feel anything such wen u r pregnant.
I have slight cramps left and right side feels like around the ovaries can it be pregnancy symptoms 7dpo?
Possible: Many women will experience cramps and pressure very early in pregnancy due to the uterine enlargement and to the presence of a corpus cyst on one of the ovaries. That would be normal, but could also be normal due the to impending menstrual period if a conception did not occur. ...Read more
Period was 11days late(just started tonight) had a few pregnancy symptoms tho. Could i still be pregnant? What would cause it to be late with cramps
If it is your actual: Period then you aren't pregnant. If uncertain then take a pregnancy test. Reasons for missed / late period include: an anovulatory cycle in which no egg is released, marked v or ^ in weight; eating disorder; over-exercising (endurance athletics), travel, significant illnesses, oral contraceptives ; other meds, illegal drug use, breast feeding, hormone imbalances and medical problems (i.e., pcos). ...Read more
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