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I get really bad cramps and feel like my organs are being moved up and feel something moving. Could I be pregnant?

I get really bad cramps and feel like my organs are being moved up and feel something moving. Could I be pregnant?

Always!: If you are having sex at all, there is ALWAYS a chance you could be pregnant! However, this sounds more like your bowels moving. There are a lot of things in your abdomen, like bowel and bladder as well as our baby making parts! The moving around thing is something bowels do every day. Make sure you drink plenty of water (3 liters a day at least) and eat a lot of fiber to keep those bowels moving. ...Read more

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Does it mean that I am pregnant if i feel something moving?

Does it mean that I am pregnant if i feel something moving?

No: The intestines have peristalsis which in effect move foods forward. Therefore, even males can feel movement occasionally. ...Read more

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How soon can you feel the baby moving when you are pregnant?

How soon can you feel the baby moving when you are pregnant?

Around 20 weeks: Midway through pregnancy, most women can feel the baby moving. Experienced mothers can feel it a couple of weeks earlier. ...Read more

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I'm 16circa17weeks pregnant and I don't feel baby moving is it normal?

I'm 16circa17weeks pregnant and I don't feel baby moving is it normal?

PREGNANCY: Baby should be moving at 4 months. When in doubt, see your OB for ultrasound to see baby's movement. ...Read more

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First time pregnant and 26weeks 1day today and I haven't felt baby moving in past 24 hours. Should I be worried?

First time pregnant and 26weeks 1day today and I haven't felt baby moving in past 24 hours.  Should I be worried?

Fetal movement: At 26 weeks, babies can begin to have sleep and wake cycles. To wake up the baby, I suggest drinking orange juice or apple juice which has a high sugar content and then see if that increases fetal movement. If not, call your doctor and make an appointment to have the fetal heart rate checked. Usually eating and drinking will increase fetal movement. ...Read more

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I just found out I am pregnant and i was doing a lot of excessive moving around, tumbling etc...Is the baby going to be okay?

I just found out I am pregnant and i was doing a lot of excessive moving around, tumbling etc...Is the baby going to be okay?

Take you time...: Early in pregnancy, vigorous non traumatic activity is pretty safe. However, see your doctor soon to confirm your dates and get further counseling. ...Read more

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I am 5 months pregnant. I am fasting 1 day because of religious reasons. I feel the baby moving much more inside. Is that ok?

I am 5 months pregnant. I am fasting 1 day because of religious reasons. I feel the baby moving much more inside. Is that ok?

Discuss w/ Doctor: There are women all over and throughout history who have had to make this type of decision. To do it well, you need to take all aspects of your specific situation into consideration. Talk w/ your doctor and your clergy, family and inner guide. Here's a link that may help your search. http://www.babycenter.in/a1014950/fasting-during-pregnancy: Best wishes for you and yours! ...Read more

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7months pregnant, it's been 24 hours, baby moving but not kicking as hard as usual, moving less and weaker than usual.Should I be worried? Thank you

7months pregnant, it's been 24 hours, baby moving but not kicking as hard as usual, moving less and weaker than usual.Should I be worried? Thank you

Need MFM evaluation: Although a change in the character or the frequency of your perceived fetal movements and "kick counts" is not unusual, it would be wise to consult a Maternal-Fetal-Medicine specialist and schedule a sonogram, NST (non-stress test), a BPP (biophysical profile) and AFI (amniotic fluid index) to confirm the well being of your 7 months fetus. ...Read more