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Im having cramps on my left side for past few days two weeks before my period. . Is it signs of early pregnancy?

Im having cramps on my left side for past few days two weeks before my period. . Is it signs of early pregnancy?

Probably not: Most likely you are experiencing ovulatory pain, or 'mittelschmerz'. Why is it called 'mittelschermz'? Ask the germans. I don't speak german. ...Read more

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Dr. Chevies Newman
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I been having sore breast,right lower cramps in my abdomin,and some lower back pains on my left side.. could this be signs if early pregnancy.. My period is not due until the 24 of May. And I have been sexual active within the past two weeks?

I been having sore breast,right lower cramps in my abdomin,and some lower back pains on my left side.. could this be signs if early pregnancy.. My period is not due until the 24 of May. And I have been sexual active within the past two weeks?

Maybe. Maybe not.: It can be hard to tell if a woman is pregnant because some of the symptoms seen in early pregnancy can also happen in non-pregnant women. A urine pregnancy test gives a reliable result if done correctly. One can test about 3 weeks after sex (3 weeks after when conception might have occurred), or 1 week after missing a period. An Ob-Gyn doctor can evaluate any persistent or worrisome symptoms. ...Read more

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Positive pregnancy test, cramps on left side of stomache, normal?

Positive pregnancy test, cramps on left side of stomache, normal?

Maybe: You should see a doctor. Cramps could be a normal part of early pregnancy. Or it could mean that you have an ectopic pregnancy, which is a pregnancy in the fallopian tube. Ectopic pregnancies are life threatening if not treated. You need to call your doctor. ...Read more

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I have slight cramps left and right side feels like around the ovaries can it be pregnancy symptoms 7dpo?

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

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Im having cramps of the left side for one week. . My period is tomorrow. Is it pregnancy sign?

Possible: It's always possible to be some signs of pregnancy, but if becomes concerning if it becomes severe pain on one side because that may suggest a tubal pregnancy or ectopic pregnancy. Most likely it's not that but possibly an ovarian cyst or intestinal cramping. If it continues to persist you should see an ob/gyn. ...Read more

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I'm pregnant but have blockage by hydrosalphinx in my left tube,i'm having cramps mainly on that side does it mean my pregnancy is on the left tube?

I'm pregnant but have blockage by hydrosalphinx in my left tube,i'm having cramps mainly on that side does it mean my pregnancy is on the left tube?

Sonogram: If you are pregnant and having pain then a sonogram needs to be done to make sure that the pregnancy is located inside of the uterus. If it is located outside in the tube then this requires immediate treatment. If it is located inside of the uterus then your blocked left tube is not an issue at this time ...Read more

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