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Lower Abdominal Pain During Pregnancy Second Trimester
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
Are sharp lower abdomen pain normal during 9 weeks pregnancy? What are its possible causes and when does it go away? Thanks
Early Pregnancy pain: It's common to have pain early in pregnancy. Typically this pain is due to ligament stretching and growing of the uterus. Unless accompanied by bleeding and cramping, this pain is typically normal. One would want to make sure that you don't have a urinary tract infection, appendicitis, or gastrointestinal problems. Sharp lower abdominal pain in pregnancy can come and go throughout the pregnanc. ...Read more
I'm 27 year can ovary cyst cause pregnancy symptoms I have stomach pain and lower abdomen pain and lower back pain?
Yes: Yes it can cause what you just described. It can cause all kind of pain ...Read more
Anything: Lots of things could cause it. I assume you have had an ultrasound to confirm that it is an intra-uterine pregnancy and not ectopic. It could be stretching of the uterus, or the ligaments. Lots of aches and pains that will be new. Good luck, and congratulations- my son is the joy of my life! ...Read more
No: Having pain while pregnant is not uncommon but it is not normal. Discuss this with your doctor. ...Read more
Recently I have started having trouble keeping my food down and lower abdomen pain but no infections does that mean pregnancy is the only possibility?
Hii, My periods are 1 week later, having ;lower abdomen pain and feeling so tired and pregnancy result are negative. Please suggest?
You may wish to repeat the pregnancy test. Use first morning urine and follow the instructions for the test carefully.
Menstrual irregularities are not uncommon and anovulatory cycle is a common cause. If you miss more than two periods it would be time to see your doctor. If you do not wish to be pregnant, use contraception all the time. You may consider implanted contraceptive or an IUD.
Consult this site for more information on this topic.
http://www. Nichd. Nih. Gov/health/topics/menstruation/conditioninfo/Pages/causes. Aspx
Practice safe sex. ...Read more
My. Is not due until a few days after labor day but as of last tuesday I have started throwing up having trouble keeping my food down and have had lower abdomen pain but no infections what could this be pregnancy or something else?
Lower abdominal pain on the right and left sides, when I pee the pain comes back, is this a pregnancy symptoms?
Not really: In pregnancy most women have to pee more frequently. They can also notice sharp pains in lower sides of abdominal area at times. If you think you might be pregnant check a pregnancy test. ...Read more
I have lower abdominal pain it's day four today, I feel like I wanna throwup most of the time but I've never, checked pregnancy by urine it's negative?
If you are late: With your period, get a blood test ...Read more
Sex on day 4 of period, withdrawal method used. Possibly precum. Chance of pregnancy? 32-3 day cycle. Lower abdominal pain, excessive fibre diet or?
Not likely: The chances are very low for pregnancy as described. You should ask yourself some hard questions right now, however, such as, "am I ready to be pregnant and become a mother as a teenager and change the course of my entire life? " that is really what you should be asking with your risky sexual activity. This type of question has already been answered far too many times. Enough already please. ...Read more
I had protected sex (2 condoms)on 7tHFeb, I was supposed to have my regular cycle on 8th feb. No pregnancy symptoms, lower abdominal pain since 3 days.?
Take a test...: If your period is 11 days late and you are sexually active, I recom mend taking a pregnancy test. No matter how you analyze the details of "possibility", the answer won't come until you either get your period or take the test. Good luck. Either way, may want to make an appointment to see your GYN - if nothing else to discuss your irregular cycles and need for reliable birth control (+condoms) ...Read more
Possible pregnancy: It could be pregnancy. Take a pregnancy test at home or at your doctor's and see. If it continues, you should see your doctor anyway. ...Read more
I've been having lower abdominal pain for a week and a half, I'm exactly a week late is lower abdominal pain a pregnancy symptom?
Hi, I am sandhya. I am pregnant of about 5 weeks and I am suffering from severe lower abdominal pain, back and waist since from the time of pregnancy?
Musculoskeletal: Twenties pregnant female w. Abdominal, back, and waist pain concerned. Obstetritian must eval inter-prelvic tissue disorder. If none found then concern for pregnancy-related musculoskeletal disorder. During pregnancy relaxin hormone secreted and loosens pelvic ligaments, which strains pelvic and spine joints. Spanx and sij belts can help. Gentle aquatherapy to strengthen low back muscles. ...Read more
Is it normal to have lower abdominal pain like ur period, and the see light blood in early pregnancy?
Not normal: But not uncommon. This needs to be reported to your ob/gyn, as this may be threat. Miscarriage. ...Read more
I've had left lower abdominal pain for 3 days. Menstrual cycle started 5/10, next expected 2/11.Is this a early sign of pregnancy, how soon can I test?
If..: If you are having pelvic pain pregnancy is a possibility. However there might be other problems causing your symptoms like for example an infection. Since I don't know what oner symptoms are related I cannot give you a more accurate impression of what could be happening. See your doctor for formal exam and diagnosis. ...Read more
Sir, I had intercourse on 2feb. I feel lower abdominal pain n had vaginal bleeding for 2 days. Are this symptoms of pregnancy?
Noticed light pink discharge after wiping and lower abdominal pain for a few hours. Period scheduled in 2 weeks. Is this a sign of pregnancy?
A few hours after intercourse I have been experiencing lower abdominal pain and some bleeding. I have an IUD so pregnancy is not a worry and STIs?
Check string: If you are having more cramps ;check to see wether you are feeling more IUD string. It could be a sign that IUD is being misplaced. ...Read more
16 days late, severe lower abdominal pain, moodiness. Three negative pregnancy tests. ER Dr said no signs of infections or abnormalities. Pregnant?
By the time you are: 16 days late - a pregnancy test should be positive if you are actually pregnant. Pregnancy tests are very accurate when correctly used. I would trust the test. ...Read more
Lower abdominal pain and light cramping that lasts a few seconds and happens a few times a day in early pregnancy (5 weeks pregnant) is this normal?
Depends: Many women describe cramping in the first trimester and describe many discomforts in the third trimester especially as they approach their due dates. It is important to start your prenatal care so the doctor can verify that all is normal during this scary time. If you are in severe pain you need to notify your doctor or go to the er. ...Read more
I'm having lower abdominal pain by my vagina and white milky color stuff coming out my boobies I took a pregnancy test but it came back negative help?
4 week pregnancy, continuous left lower abdominal pain for hours, is there any other explanation than ectopic? Is it too early for ultrasound to locate the embryo?
Wondering if I could possibly have had a erotic pregnancy I have been having sharp right side (lower) abdominal pain along with a lot of vagina bleeding, dizziness. The pain is constant but I get shape jabs of pain where if I am standing I fall.
Ectopic pregnancy is when the fertilized egg implants in an area outside of the uterus, where it normally develops into a fetus. Up to an estimated 20 in every 1, 000 pregnancies are ectopic. Nearly all ectopic pregnancies develop in a fallopian tube. These are often called tubal pregnancies. If left untreated, a tubal ectopic pregnancy can cause fallopian tube damage and cause heavy bleeding that could be very serious.
Various risk factors are associated with ectopic pregnancy, including previous ectopic pregnancy, inflammation of the fallopian tube (salpingitis) or an infection of the uterus, fallopian tubes or ovaries (pelvic inflammatory disease) increases the risk of ectopic pregnancy. Often, these infections are caused by gonorrhea or chlamydia.
First signs of an ectopic pregnancy may include vaginal bleeding, abdominal pain or pelvic pain, usually 6 to 8 weeks after a missed period. If you believe your are pregnant and have any risk factors, or if the bleeding persists or pain increases, you should see your gynecologist immediately. ...Read more