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I am a 26 female, irregular periods, trying to conceive. I am having weird cramping and had a severe cramp on my right side early am. Pregnant?

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Dr. Joshua Klein
Fertility Medicine
4 doctors agree

In brief: Could be

I hope so! you should check a home pregnancy test.
If it is positive, and/or if the pain continues/worsens and/or if you start bleeding, you should consider seeing your doctor for more testing (blood pregnancy/hormonal testing, possibly ultrasound). Dont ignore significant pain for too long, because rarely it could signal something worrisome, like a miscarriage or an ectopic pregnancy. Good luck!

In brief: Could be

I hope so! you should check a home pregnancy test.
If it is positive, and/or if the pain continues/worsens and/or if you start bleeding, you should consider seeing your doctor for more testing (blood pregnancy/hormonal testing, possibly ultrasound). Dont ignore significant pain for too long, because rarely it could signal something worrisome, like a miscarriage or an ectopic pregnancy. Good luck!
Dr. Joshua Klein
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Dr. Michael Traub
Fertility Medicine
3 doctors agree

In brief: Possible

It is possible to be pregnant and a pregnancy test can confirm that.
You may also have an ovarian cyst, a fibroid, endometriosis, or pain related to your irregular periods. Or the pain may not even be gyn related. So probably a good idea to check a pregnancy test and then see a gyn next.

In brief: Possible

It is possible to be pregnant and a pregnancy test can confirm that.
You may also have an ovarian cyst, a fibroid, endometriosis, or pain related to your irregular periods. Or the pain may not even be gyn related. So probably a good idea to check a pregnancy test and then see a gyn next.
Dr. Michael Traub
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