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Dr. Chevies Newman
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Premature (Definition)

Very premature is a condition in which a baby is delivered between 28 and 31 weeks' gestation. Depending on how premature, how sick, and how lucky or unlucky a baby is, he can get brain problems, cerebral palsy, blindness, deafness, developmental problems, learning disabilities, severe lung diseases, infection and loss of some intestines, etc... Babies who are only moderately premature usually ...Read more


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Are cramps in early pregnancy normal?

Are cramps in early pregnancy normal?

Yes: Many women have cramping in early pregnancy. The uterus is a muscle and women will sometimes experience menstrual type cramping in early pregnancy. Ligament discomfort is also common as the uterus increases in size. ...Read more

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Is cramping in early pregnancy normal or not?

Is cramping in early pregnancy normal or not?

It sure can be.: Many women in early pregnancy say they feel like they are about to start their period. They may cramp, and even have some spotting or bleeding - but it usually seems different than a normal period. Cramping and bleeding that are increasing, with bleeding getting heavier than a normal period may be signs of miscarriage. And one-sided pain may signal a tubal pregnancy. Please get checked if unsure. ...Read more

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Why are cramps are a early sign of pregnancy?

Why are cramps are a early sign of pregnancy?

Shouldn't be: Early pregnancy is most often associated with very few symptoms. The most common are breast tenderness, nausea, vomiting, bloating. Cramping should not be a symptom of pregnancy. If cramping occurs while pregnant then a visit to your ob/gyn is warranted. ...Read more

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Is it normal to have cramping early in your pregnancy?

Is it normal to have cramping early in your pregnancy?

Yup: Could be - of course it all depends - mild or severe - blood or no blood - see the ob! ...Read more

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Why is cramping an early sign of pregnancy?

It isn't: Symptoms of early pregnancy include breast tenderness or fullness, nausea and or vomiting, fatigue, needing to urinate frequently. Cramping doesn't typically occur in a normal pregnancy, and if there is severe cramping or persistent, ask your doctor to help figure out why. ...Read more

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Do early pregnancy cramps and period cranks differ?

Do early pregnancy cramps and period cranks differ?

Not much: Cramps coming from the uterus feel the same often, so you should get a pregnancy test if you're ever worried about it. ...Read more

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Are cramps and back pain common on early pregnancy ?

Are cramps and back pain common on early pregnancy ?

Yes: They can occur. What you want to look for is associated bleeding. Keep on mind that early pregnancy can have some spotting during implantation of embryo. ...Read more

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Is cramping an early sign of pregnancy? Please advise!

Is cramping an early sign of pregnancy? Please advise!

Cramping early preg: Cramping is a very common symptom in early pregnancy. If you are pregnant and have cramping, it is not a bad sign that something is wrong, especially if there is no bleeding. If the concern is, does my cramping mean I could be pregnant, the cramping is not specific to being pregnant ...Read more

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Can cramping be because you hungry during early pregnancy?

Can cramping be because you hungry during early pregnancy?

Yes among others: Cramping and stomach difficulties are almost universal complaints in early pregnancy. The uterus itself is being stretched which causes cramping. The hormonal changes cause digestive trouble from nausea, gas, constipation to heartburn. ...Read more

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Do u suppose to have lower cramping while u in ur early stage of pregnancy ?

Do u suppose to have lower cramping while u in ur early stage of pregnancy ?

Sometimes: Hello. It depends on just how early you are. If you think you may be pregnant, take a home test. If you are pregnant, cramping can be a sign of impending miscarriage. See a doctor soon if your period is late. ...Read more

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Mild cramping after orgasm during early pregnancy? Is that bad? Can it hurt the baby?

Mild cramping after orgasm during early pregnancy? Is that bad? Can it hurt the baby?

Normal: Having uterine cramping after orgasm is common and it should not harm the baby. As pregnancy progresses and if preterm labor should develop, your health care provider may recommend abstaining because it could contribute to preterm labor. Otherwise, if pregnancy is progressing normally, there is no harm from this cramping. ...Read more

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I'm in early stages of pregnancy and having brown discharge with mild cramps. Is this normal?

I'm in early stages of pregnancy and having brown discharge with mild cramps. Is this normal?

Are you pregnant?: First do a home pregnancy test to confirm that you are already pregnant again. If positive and you are experiencing bleeding you need to be seen by a doctor to confirm a normal pregnancy located inside the uterus. An ectopic pregnancy must be excluded. ...Read more

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In your early pregnancy is there a lot brown discharges and sometimes light pink spotting with cramps ?

In your early pregnancy is there a lot brown discharges  and sometimes light pink spotting with cramps  ?

Yes: Light bleeding in early pregnancy is very common. Have you actually checked a pregnancy test? I would recommend that if you haven't . A brown discharge could represent the shedding of old blood. If you develop a foul smelling discharge then see your doctor. If you are pregnant and the bleeding continues or gets heavier, then you may be having a miscarriage and you need to see your doctor. ...Read more

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Period 12 days early. Always on time. Bad cramps. Should I be worried? 31 no kids. Not a chance of pregnancy. .

Period 12 days early. Always on time. Bad cramps. Should I be worried? 31 no kids. Not a chance of pregnancy. .

Observe: Do what you usually do for cramps and take what you usually take, if no improvement, other symptoms appear as discharge for example, or same thing next cycle, see your doctor, wish you wellness ...Read more

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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