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Cramps That Come And Go In Early Pregnancy
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Of course: Not everybody gets cramps.Get a more detailed answer ›
Are moderate cramps normal for early pregnancy? I'm 4 weeks and I've been having stretching/pulling cramps. They get worse when I move around.
Could be normal: Stretching/pulling cramps are not uncommon in early pregnancy, and often relate to the stretching of the round ligaments--supporting structures for the uterus. But there are other possible causes as well. You should ask your doctor at your next appointment, and if you have bleeding or severe cramps, see your dr right away. ...Read more
Cramping: Cramping can happen in early pregnancy. However it is a nonspecific symptom and not reliable in making the diagnosis of pregnancy. It is best to check a pregnancy test. ...Read more
There is only one: Way to know at this point - a pregnancy test. ...Read more
Can have cramps: And be normal, more worrisome if u start to bleed, see you obgyn for an exam and blood work including a quant bhcg and a progetesrone level. ...Read more
So I realize spotting during early pregnancy is normal. But would you have cramps at the same time or no?
Not much: Cramps coming from the uterus feel the same often, so you should get a pregnancy test if you're ever worried about it. ...Read more
In your early pregnancy is there a lot brown discharges and sometimes light pink spotting with cramps?
Yes: Light bleeding in early pregnancy is very common. Have you actually checked a pregnancy test? I would recommend that if you haven't. A brown discharge could represent the shedding of old blood. If you develop a foul smelling discharge then see your doctor. If you are pregnant and the bleeding continues or gets heavier, then you may be having a miscarriage and you need to see your doctor. ...Read more
Period 12 days early. Always on time. Bad cramps. Should I be worried? 31 no kids. Not a chance of pregnancy..
Observe: Do what you usually do for cramps and take what you usually take, if no improvement, other symptoms appear as discharge for example, or same thing next cycle, see your doctor, wish you wellness ...Read more
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.
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