Yes, cramps as well as spotting before your period is due can be what they call "implantation" and usually happens two weeks after conception. A missed period is also an indicator that you might be pregnant as well. On the other hand until you miss seven days I would not stress out immensely just yet. The only way to know for sure if you are pregnant is by taking a pregnancy test, which I'd recommend the First Response 5 days early pregnancy test. Take that test 7 days after your missed period and if negative and still think you are pregnant you can either wait another 7 days and retest or go get a blood test from your physician. Take care of yourself in the meantime by taking prenatal vitamins.
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, mild cramping is normal in early pregnancy. For me it felt like that little bit of cramping I would get just before my period would start, the mild cramps that let me know bigger cramps would be coming. Only in early pregnancy, bigger ones shouldn't come. Mild and slightly uncomfortable, but not excruciating and dibilitating in the way period cramps can sometimes be.
Light spotting with cramps but no period means it's time for a home pregnancy test.
is it possible to have cramps and spotting when you did a pregnancy test and you sure you're pregnant of 1 week
If both pregnancy tests are positive, you are pregnant. Those cramps and spotting is PERFECTLY normal. Nothing wrong there.
Nausea, constipation, fatigue, headache, spotting, cramps, missed period, lower back cramps
Cramps and spottings are possibly a sign of pregnancy, but much more likely a sign that your jus getting your period.(:
http://www.coolnurse.com/birthcontrol.htm http://www.crisispregnancy.com/birth-mother/pregnancy-questions.html http://www.epigee.org/guide/medfaq.html Hello. Light cramps is normal during early pregnancy providing the cramps are not severe or very uncomfortable. Spotting can be normal also during early pregnancy. But spotting and cramping does need to be investigated to make sure everything is going well with the pregnancy. See your doctor asap. Common but NOT normal, there is a difference.
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.
Light, pinkish or brown bleeding - without cramps. It is not spotting if there is bright red blood, with clots and/or cramping. Call your doctor to be sure everything is normal.
Hormonal imabalce, pregnancy, birth control pills etc. See your doctor for a blood test.
Pregnancy can cause cramps.
any kind of spotting is very common up until 12 weeks. some people experience spotting right through their pregnancy. unless you experience any stomach cramps don't worry. get yourself checked out with your midwife if you are at all worried.