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Is My Uterus Twitching When I Sneeze Not Pregnant
Check with your doc: This is probably from increased pressure during diaphragm motion. The uterus feeling is unusual. Should be checked by gyn doc. ...Read more
When your due date arrives, you will be more than ready to have your baby! Most women deliver the baby somewhere between 37 and 42 weeks. According to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, only 5% of babies arrive on the exact due date. Approximately 7% of babies are not delivered by 42 weeks, and when that happens, it is referred to ...Read more
I am not pregnant, but when I sneeze the muscles of my uterus contract and stay contracted for up to 10 minutes. What is causing this?
Nerves: It is really cool in some ways, but I can understand the concern. The nerves in the pelvis that make the muscles contract to sneeze can be closely related to the nerves to the uterus. For some people, this means that sneezing or hard coughing makes the uterus contract. If you get a cold, Ibuprofen can help decrease the pretty painful contractions. ...Read more
I'm 7 weeks pregnant today I sneeze so har my uterus or ovaries hurted alot bt went away like in 5 seconds should I be worry or is it normal?
Do not worry: If you are note having any other symptoms, no bleeding, or continued pain--then you should be fine. ...Read more
When I sneeze I get a sharp stabbing pain on the left side of my pelvic/uterus/kidney? Area. I am not pregnant this has been going on for a few months
Probably muscular: Transient sharp, localized, non progressive pain associated with sneezing is most likely of muscle or ligament origin. If it is increasing then you should see a physiciam ...Read more
I just got my period four days ago and every time I sneeze or cough my uterus twitches (there is 0 pain). My period has not been as heavy as it usual. What could this be from? Could I be pregnant and it's actually just implantation bleeding?
Likely a period, but: Wait. A positive pregnancy test can tell a woman that prior spotting was actually implantation spotting. It is 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 about 3 weeks after sex (3 weeks after when conception might have been) or 1 week after starting a "weird" period. ...Read more
How do you know?: That is a rhetorical question because I'm not aware that anybody really knows exactly what UTERINE TWITCHING feels like. Not saying you don't have it...after all...it's a great big old muscle....but due to it being a deep pelvic organ it's really quite difficult to feel when it's "twitching", "twisted", "tingly" or otherwise, feeling anything unless you're pregnant and fairly far along term. ...Read more
I'm getting muscle spams in my uterus (I'm not pregnant) that feels like when your eyelid is twitching. It's painless, but annoying. What is it?
Uterus is twitching in middle lower stomach towards pelvic area. Missed last period and period before was abnormally light. Took pregnancy test and all came back negative?
Inner stomach muscles are twitching a lot, esp. After I eat or cough/sneeze. Feels like little feet kicking me inside, like spasms. Not pregnant. Thnx?
I have been spotting for 1-2 days. Pinkish/brownish. Cramping both ovaries and uterus. Twitches also near ovaries. Sexually active. TTC. Pregnant?
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I have just finished ovulating about 2 days ago and since then my uterus has been feeling sore and it hurts to cough, sneeze, laugh to hard, etc...
Common: With ovulation there is always a cyst on one of the ovaries. At the time of ovulation that cyst is about 2 cm in diameter, but after ovulation that cyst could enlarge to the size of a softball - that could easily explain your symptoms. It would require an ultrasound to be sure if that is what is happening. For most women who form the larger cysts, patience is all the treatment necessary. ...Read more
I sneezed and got a really sharp piercing pain in my uterus and ovary area. It was very painful, and last for about 1minute to 2 minutes.
I am having a twitching sensation in my uterus. What can be causing it? This twitching started yesterday morning and I am also feeling like there are needles in my stomach poking me from the inside. It doesn't hurt its just rather annoying. I have also be
If: If there is any possibility of pregnancy then please take a pregnancy test. If you are having pain and abnormal periods, then you must be evaluated. Even if your pregnancy test is negative, as your symptoms have been ongoing then please be checked. If you have increased pain, vomiting, or fever then you must be seen as an emergency. ...Read more
My low/middle abdomen where uterus is keeps twitching intermittently, doesn't hurt, but feels like a baby kicking almost. Is this cause for concern?
Are you pregnant?: It sounds like you may be concerned about a possible pregnancy. If you think you might be pregnant check then check a home pregnancy test. They are cheap, reliable and available at any pharmacy. If negative then consider scheduling a visit for a pelvic exam to determine what might be causing these symptoms. ...Read more
I have been experiencing uterus twitching for the past three weeks have not been sexually active in 9mth?
I have pcos, but I am feeling flutters in my uterus almost like twitching muscle, I am 3 months since last cycle, could I be experiencing ovulation?
Not sure if you: Have ovulation, since there is not enough information about where you are with your treatment regimen, whether you are new PCOS and if you have had ovulation before. PCOS is really a complicated disease and please give more information so we can help. Thanks for trusting in HealthTap. ...Read more
Should I worry about twitching/spasming to the left of my sternum that comes on sporadically? I'm a fit 29 year old female. One trigger is sneezing.
Why do I get random short chestpain twitching chest it hurts more when I flex my chest sometimeswhen I sneeze been having for 8monts cardiac ruled out?
Chest pain: Like any joint, the sternum and ribs form a joint. Your description sounds like you have inflammation and pain coming from this area. The normal cardiac tests support this. Continue ibuprofen. You may need to adjust the dose and even to some physical therapy before it gets better. ...Read more
A qualified yes: The uterus is a large muscle, so therefore in theory at least it could 'twitch'. The real question is whether you could feel it if it did, and that is unlikely since the uterus has a minimal sensory nerve supply. Other explanation for what you are feeling need to be considered. ...Read more
Contractions normal: It sounds like you may be having contractions. This can happen in the first trimester. As long as they are not painful or frequent, and you are not having any bleeding or new discharge, I would not worry. ...Read more
It's my 4th day of period. I have been feeling flutter/twitch in my uterus. Most of the time it goes away when I change position. Is it serious?
No: It's hard to tell what you're describing but I doubt that it's serious. If you are having other problems with your menstrual cycle, pain with intercourse, or other uterine issues, you can make apt with gynecologist and have an ultrasound done to see if there's a problem with the uterus. ...Read more
Hello. I have been having feelings of air filling my uterus, strange twitches and such on the left side of my body, and my last two cycles have been strange. I usually flow heavy for five days or so but two cycles ago it lasted only two days with large cl
Irregular: Could you possibly be or have been pregnant? I would see a physician and have it checked out. ...Read more
DID you ask your: Ob if he or she was concerne, that would be the 1st thing to do because if your doc is not then you should not, and I assume u mean measures 31 cm, which is a rough estimate weeks should correlate with size in cm if it continues to become a wider difference then your OB can do another ultrasound (all my pts always get an us at 34-36 weeks no matter what) to check size and amount of amniotic fluid. ...Read more
Muscle twitching is caused by minor muscle contractions in the area, or uncontrollable twitching of a muscle group that is served by a single motor nerve fiber. Muscle twitches are minor and often go unnoticed. Some are common and normal. Others are signs of ...Read more
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