It varies from one woman to another, but yes, it can be normal. Although, if you haven't been cramping five days before starting your period, and have now begun to do so, then you may need to see your ob/gyn.
yes cause it happen to me
it.s normal signs of mensturation...go to your family doctor and ask the question
Yes. The earliest signs of pregnancy besides the missed period can include slight cramping like your period is about to start. This is a normal as the blastocyst plants itself into the lining of your uterus.
Yes you can be pregnant, i had mild period like cramping when i fell pregnant with my 3 kids.
I would call a doctor. Good luck to you and God Bless:)
I actually think it can. I've been on minocycline ER (extended release) for three weeks, and my PMS symptoms were more severe than normal with mild cramping (which I never get before my period) and very slight spotting. Now, my period is starting out a little lighter than usual. It did come at the expected time though.
Yes cramping is normal during the first trimester. Its due to the baby growing and stretching you internally which is why you have cramps. Any bloody discharge, or spotting or sharp cramps should be reported to your doctor.
Well that is hard to say without any more detail than that. It could be your period, it could be pregnancy, it could an ectopic pregnancy, it could be a miscarriage, it could be gas, it could be diarrhea; there are lots of possibilities that could be from just cramping.
theoretically no, but there CAN be a slight bleeding.
This all looks quite normal at the moment. The cramping is probably just because the uterus is growing rapidly at this time.
Before a woman's period, she will retain water. That will cause a temporary slight increase in breast size.