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What is the difference between PMS cramps and early signs of pregnancy cramps ?

What is the difference between PMS cramps and early signs of pregnancy cramps ?

They may not be: Mild PMS (more correctly known now as pmdd--premenstrual dysphoric disorder) and cramping from a possible miscarriage may be the same..Thus, it is best to check wtih your doc.. ...Read more

Dr. Chevies Newman
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Premature (Definition)

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Unprotected sex twice 5 days ago. Period due in another week. I have cramps, gas and peeing more frequently. Could these be early signs of pregnancy?

Unprotected sex twice 5 days ago. Period due in another week. I have cramps, gas and peeing more frequently. Could these be early signs of pregnancy?

No: You do not have symptoms this early even you have conceived. Wait for your period to come, if it does not, do a pregnancy test 2 weeks from the unprotected sex. It is late to take morning after pill. Sounds like you could benefit from contraceptive counseling. ...Read more

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Unprotected sex 5 days ago. Period not due for a week. Cramps, gas, lower back pain, peeing more frequently. Could these be early signs of pregnancy?

Unprotected sex 5 days ago. Period not due for a week. Cramps, gas, lower back pain, peeing more frequently. Could these be early signs of pregnancy?

No: You do not have symptoms this early even you have conceived. Wait for your period to come, if it does not, do a pregnancy test 2 weeks from the unprotected sex. It is no longer helpful to take morning after pill. ...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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Why is cramping an early sign of pregnancy?

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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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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Want to know is cramps an early sign of pregnancy?

Want to know is cramps an early sign of pregnancy?

Cramping: Cramping can happen in early pregnancy. However it is a nonspecific symptom and not reliable in making the diagnosis of pregnancy. It is best to check a pregnancy test. ...Read more

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Are cramps or swollen ovaries a early sign of pregnancy?

Are cramps or swollen ovaries a early sign of pregnancy?

Atlhough cramping: Can occur in early pregnancy- it is not diagnostic for pregnancy. Swollen ovaries is not an indicator of pregancy. If you miss your period - take a home pregnancy test. ...Read more

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Is constant cramping and rectal pressure an early sign of pregnancy?

Is constant cramping and rectal pressure an early sign of pregnancy?

No: Likely due to a GI (gut) cause, infection or inflammation commonly.Gyn issues can cause the above symptoms, but not usually early pregnancy (tubal/ectopic pregnancy can do this however). ...Read more

Dr. Ira Katz
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Pregnancy (Definition)

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