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Lower Left Abdomen Cramps In Early Pregnancy
There seem to be a lump or some kind of overgrowth tissue in my vagina area.. Also my lower left abdomen cramps alot, and bowels are slow. Wht is this?
Doctor can evaluate: The symptoms you are describing are very nonspecific. The "lump" you feel could be an enlarged lymph node, an infection, and many more things. You might consider seeing a physician for a full evaluation. ...Read more
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My lower left abdomen feels bruised. Is this a symptom of early pregnancy? Also I usually have 7 day periods. Then suddenly had a 2 day one.
My adivse is to: Get a home pregnancy test and go from there. You sound like you could be pregnant assuming your sexually active, which I assume you are or wouldn't be asking :-) If your worried about family and friends, share with those you trust. If you are pregnant, it's important ot have support people in place. Best to you and be well ! ...Read more
Why is there a vibration feeling in my lower left abdomen during pregnancy? I am 24 weeks pregnant and this started over the weekend.
Normal: very normal you do not have to worry about that later on the vibration will be a movement and the baby will start punching and stretching it is normal ...Read more
For about 1 week I feel a pain and vibration at the lower left abdomen,is this is the symtom of pregnancy?
Very slight pain in lower left abdomen during 1st month of pregnancy. Plz help.also give some tips about how baby grow healthy in 1st trimester??
See a Provider: You need to find out if you have an ovarian cyst or an ectopic pregnancy(a pregnancy outside the uterus). See aProvider soon. A healthy pregnancy needs good nutrition, rest, and a lack of harmful drugs including tobacco. Make sure you take your prenatal vitamins as the Folic acid is important in preventing miscarriage and birth defects. ...Read more
Today i woke up in excruciating pain in my lower left abdomen. Everything i did i was in pain. I'm afraid it might be an ectopic pregnancy. Any help?
I am 31 y/o, in the very first weeks of pregnancy.
I have been having pain in my lower left abdomen. What could this be? Is this cause for concern?
Ectopic & Yes: Any time someone has one sided pain in early pregnancy, they need to be seen to rule out an ectopic pregnancy. An ectopic (tubal) pregnancy can rupture and cause life threatening bleeding. See an OB asap. An HCG titer will be drawn, an exam, & pelvic ultrasound should be done. Take good care of yourself. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I've been having pregnancy symptoms for a few months i've gained weight but my appetite had decreased i feel movement in my lower left abdomen neg p.T?
Whata the chances my pregnancy can be ectopic. Light brown discharge when i wipe & pressure on lower left abdomen. No cramps or heavy bleeding?
Are you pregnant?: If you are pregnant, get a blood HCG level done, it should double in 72 hours in a normal pregnancy. If it does not, then ectopic pregnancy needs to be evaluated by a doctor by ultrasound. If you do not wish to be pregnant, use contraception all the time, every time. You may consider implanted contraceptive, or IUD. Practice safe sex. Get HPV vaccine. ...Read more
High WBC in urine. Negative pregnancy test. Late period by 2 weeks. Diarrhea and cramps in lower left abdomen?
Not sure of your ?: Here's some general info. High WBC in urine may indicate a urinary tract infection or simply contamination from vaginal secretions. A urine culture can sort this out. The diarrhea and cramps in lower abdomen could be unrelated to your late period. However, there is a small chance, if you had intercourse since your LMP, of an ectopic pregnancy. If the pain is severe & persistent, see a doctor! ...Read more
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