Yes, the pain may indicate a problem especially if it is persistent and affects your daily life. Unless you have menstrual cramps which is natural for a woman and I reccommend Pamprin or Midol.
Everyone is different and every pregnancy is different. I had cramps during my first pregnancy which felt a lot like period cramps, but I did not have cramps during my other two pregnancies. They usually disappear after the third month (12 weeks.)
When you have very bad head ache , when your stomach hurts , when you back hurts , when you have growth spurts , dishcarge , borwn discharge , when your breats hurt / tender , when you are itchy *down there* only some cases though , when you are tired most of the time , when you don't pay attention as much in class , and when you have a lot of mood swings. I hope that helped! :)
Cramps tend to be more common with increasing age and are thought to be due to gradual shortening of the tendons which attach muscles to bones. Cramps can occur after exercise when a muscle has been used a lot. Dehydration can make this worse.
You'll release a lot of gases out of your stomach.
If you eat a lot of acidic food, and/or go for a long time in between eating, you will be more prone to stomach cramps/spasms. Try cutting down on coffee/cola/fizzy drinks (if you do drink them, they're quite acidic). You may also find that cutting down on very high fat foods helps (butter, chocolate, cream etc...) Also, try eating slightly slower and eating less but more often. Drinking very cold water can cause stomach spasms, as can drinking a lot during meal times. You may also find that a mild antacid helps you - try one just before you feel a stomach spasm coming on. If all that fails, try keeping a food diary (what you eat/drink, at what time, how much of it etc...) and marking in when your stomach cramps happen. After a few weeks, you may notice a correlation according to something that you're eating.
sometimes when your sick, your lower stomach hurts or because you've been exercising your abs a lot. most likely is, if your a girl, that its cramps from your time of the month
If you are having severe tummy cramps, using the restroom, and sleeping a lot you could be suffering from PMS or a stomach bug. A doctor can diagnose you in his office.
You can just drink a lot of water
Stomach cramps and a lot of pain
it means there stomach hurts
your stomach hurts a lot
Your stomach will hurt, and if you ate a lot of it, you might feel as if you can't move because your stomach hurts so bad. It also will not taste very good.
It begins when your intestine gets inflamed and your stomach hurts you a lot.
There is a few things that could be wrong when your neck, head and stomach hurts. You could be getting a bug.
yes it hurts really bad
because when this happens it means your stomach is rejecting what ever you ate so its basically saying "thanks a lot"
Ah, no. There would be a lot of other symptoms to consider the possibility of pregnancy.