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What to do for lower back pain and abdominal cramping?

What to do for lower back pain and abdominal cramping?

See you doctor: See your physician for proper evaluation. Various things could cause the symptoms you describe. ...Read more

Dr. Sewa Legha
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Low Back Pain (Definition)

Low back pain is pain that occurs in the back above the buttock area and below the ribs. Low back pain can be sharp, dull, intermittent or constant. Pain can be at rest or associated with activity. Back pain can also be accompanied with pain that shoots or radiates down into the lower extremities or legs which is frequently ...Read more


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33wks pregnant and constant lower back pain and abdominal cramping for about 6 hours, am I in early labor?

33wks pregnant and constant lower back pain and abdominal cramping for about 6 hours, am I in early labor?

No: Lower back pain, period of abdominal cramping are all normal at this stage of pregnancy. Your body is getting ready to deliver. This involves changes in ligament elasticity so that the pelvic girdle can widen to accommodate the baby's head. You know you are in true labor when you are no longer able to wait out the contractions. They will increase in intensity and frequency instead of going away. ...Read more

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3 days late,Bad headaches past 3 days,Heavy lower back pain,Lower abdominal cramping,nausea.Could I be pregnant and if so, when should I test?

3 days late,Bad headaches past 3 days,Heavy lower back pain,Lower abdominal cramping,nausea.Could I be pregnant and if so, when should I test?

Today: If you have regular cycles and ovulate midcycle, you should be able to determine whether you are pregnant today( two weeks after ovulation). If the pregnancy test is negative, see a Provider and check this out. ...Read more

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Ttc. I have had lower back pain and abdominal cramping without bleeding since 5days post ovulation and its ongoing I am 9dpo now, period due in 5 days?

What is the question: Not sure what the question is? When will period occur? Are your pregnant? What is causing the pain? Pain is likely due to ovulation? Post ovulation pain is not uncommon especially if related to bleeding from the follicle that released the egg. If pain is unbearable seek medical advice as soon as you can. ...Read more

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Breast tenderness, lower back pain and abdominal cramping are signs of what condition?

See your doctor: Symptoms like these are best deterimed by a thorough evaluation by your physician. Based on his/her findings, a treatment plan can be developed to help you. ...Read more

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Infertility, lower back pain, abdominal cramping & irregular periods. What could be wrong?

Infertiltiy: The symptoms you describe can result from a variety of causes. The best measure would be to see your doctor to evaluate which of these causes is affecting you. Unfortunately, there may be little for you to do without seeing your doctor as the cause may worsen over time as well. ...Read more

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Experiencing lower back pain and mild abdominal cramping. Irregular periods. Could i be pregnant? Period due, not yet started.

Experiencing lower back pain and mild abdominal cramping. Irregular periods. Could i be pregnant? Period due, not yet started.

Take the test: If you want to know if you are pregnant, take a test. In today's world you do not need to wonder if you are pregnant or not based on symptoms. Pregnancy tests are available at any pharmacy and in minutes you will have your answer. They can detect a pregnancy 7-10 days after conception. The best time to take one is when you miss your period. ...Read more

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Constant lower abdominal cramping 8 DPO from artifical insemination that feels like menstrual cramps, and low back pain. When to test? All are negati

Constant lower abdominal cramping  8 DPO from artifical insemination that feels like menstrual cramps, and low back pain. When to test? All are negati

Pregnancy testing?: A pregnancy test, done correctly, gives a reliable result 3 weeks after insemination or sex (3 weeks after when conception might have occurred), or 1 week after missing a period. If done sooner, a positive result is likely real, but a negative result may be due to testing too soon, and thus lead to a repeat test. If a woman gets her normal regular period, then she is not pregnant. ...Read more

Dr. Anastasia Shnitser
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Abdominal Colic (Definition)

Abdominal colic is a symptom in which a person feels there is a lot of pressure inside some part of the intestines. Sometimes the colicky pain feels like ...Read more


Dr. Heidi Fowler
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Back Pain (Definition)

Pain in the back is a symptom that can be due to a number of causes including musculoskeletal or neurological problems or due to problems ...Read more