Is a lower abdominal pain a sign of nicotine withdrawal?

Very possibly. Symptoms of narcotic withdrawal syndrome starts with anxiety and craving and then proceeds to restlessnes, runny eyes and nose followed by fevers, chills, diarrhea and vomiting. Abdominal pain is definitely a symptom of narcotic withdrawal, but can also be a symptom of many other conditions, including narcotic induced constipation. Symptoms pass in 3 days or so if they are from withdrawal.

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Lower abdominal pain at 32 weeks, could it be a sign of premature labor?

Could be. Yes it could be, but more likely you have it from change in posture from growing belly, it is one of the symptoms of normal 3 trimester, again depending on severity, if you in doubt go get checked. Better safe than sorry especially in pregnancy. If it is from growing baby than get an abdominal support belt in maternity store it will help you with back pain some. Read more...
YES . Lower abdominal or back pain can be a sign of preterm labor and you should be evaluated by your OB provider. There are many other causes of lower abdominal pain in pregnancy but preterm labor is a serious pregnancy complication and you should be evaluated as soon as possible. Read more...

I've had left lower abdominal pain for 3 days. Menstrual cycle started 5/10, next expected 2/11.Is this a early sign of pregnancy, how soon can I test?

If.. If you are having pelvic pain pregnancy is a possibility. However there might be other problems causing your symptoms like for example an infection. Since I don't know what oner symptoms are related I cannot give you a more accurate impression of what could be happening. See your doctor for formal exam and diagnosis. Read more...

Noticed light pink discharge after wiping and lower abdominal pain for a few hours. Period scheduled in 2 weeks. Is this a sign of pregnancy?

More likely ovulatio. At two weeks into your period this is more likely reflective of ovulation but any bleeding should be evaluated and if you have been sexually active, i would suggest a few pregnancy test over the next few weeks while you monitor your next period. Read more...

16 days late, severe lower abdominal pain, moodiness. Three negative pregnancy tests. ER Dr said no signs of infections or abnormalities. Pregnant?

Not likely. A negative result on a properly done pregnancy test, 16 days after a missed period is not consistent with pregnancy. You doctor needs to look for some other explanation for your symptoms. Read more...
By the time you are. 16 days late - a pregnancy test should be positive if you are actually pregnant. Pregnancy tests are very accurate when correctly used. I would trust the test. Read more...
Doubtful Doubtful. With a negative pregnancy test it is exceedingly unlikely that you would be pregnant. Read more...
Hard to advice. Hard to advice without knowing your full history, exam, lab tests & radiologic studies done. Work up should have include urine cx, CBC & complete metabolic profile including lipase, vaginal cultures, abdominal/pelvic ultrasound or CT. You should' t have pain this early in a pregnancy. If you haven't had these studies, I'd see your physician. Read more...