Pregnancy symptoms and PMS symptoms overlap one another so much it's ridiculous.
If you are worried that you may be pregnant, you need to take a home pregnancy test.
If you have had sex without the use of protection, you could be pregnant. It does not matter what time of the month it is for you.
Even if you did use protection, there is still a small chance you could get pregnant.
If you are pregnant, the brown spotting is likely implantation bleeding. The stomach cramping due to your uterus preparing, and the backache is probably uterine related also. But, cramping, backaches, and spotting are also PMS symptoms.
Take a pregnancy test.
Backache is part of menstrual cramping. The hormones responsible for the uterine contractions can also effect muscles elsewhere in your body, pain from menstrual cramps can also radiate. If you get menstrual cramps then know that they are preventable, don't just suffer them.
No, you can have cramps and spotting at the time for your first period after conception but not full menstrual flow.
Yes it is very normal 4 out of 5 people get cramps in early pregnancy and may have extreme cramps.
Being on an IUD and getting symptoms such as cramps and spotting is not your period, nor is it likely a pregnancy. These are common side effects of having an IUD.
Yes if you have cramps, backache, nausea and headache , these are signs of pregnancy.
Light spotting with cramps but no period means it's time for a home pregnancy test.
If both pregnancy tests are positive, you are pregnant. Those cramps and spotting is PERFECTLY normal. Nothing wrong there.
Cramps and spottings are possibly a sign of pregnancy, but much more likely a sign that your jus getting your period.(:
In early pregnancy, the most common cause of spotting is implantation, which is the egg implanting into your uterus, so spotting is completely normal. You don't need to worry unless the bleeding becomes heavy or it is accompanied with cramps.
Bleeding in the third trimester should not be happening at all, it could be a sign of miscarriage or a blood clotting or just hormone problems that need to be attended to by your OB-GYN immediately.