This is normal, ovulation takes place up to 2 weeks prior to you having your period.
It is common to have light bleeding and cramps in the early stages of pregnancy. The blood is usually a dark almost brown. But not always.
The cramps and enlarged breasts are signs of period, but with nausea it is more a sign of pregnancy
that's a sign of PUBERTY and the cramps are because you are having a period which would mean you are not pregnant
cramps are normal during pregnancy
If both pregnancy tests are positive, you are pregnant. Those cramps and spotting is PERFECTLY normal. Nothing wrong there.
I think that white discharge and cramping are symptoms of pregnancy. I had really bad cramps in the beginning of my pregnancy and very white discharge. I think that white discharge and cramping are symptoms of pregnancy. I had really bad cramps in the beginning of my pregnancy and very white discharge.
This is normal. Women usually get cramps during ovulation and ovulation occurs a few weeks before your period
Well that just depends upon the situation. If a couple is trying or planning for pregnancy it is expected. An unexpcected pregnancy would be the result of a couple having unprotected sex while trying to prevent pregnancy.
It is possible that you are having a miscarriage. You need to go to hospital at once
Uterine streching can feel as though you are having menustral cramps.
there, No, you dont usually have cramps when you go on the pill, the pill should prvent the cramps...if you have had unprotected sex before going on the pill, i strongly advise you stop taking it and take a pregnancy test as cramping is 1 or the most common signs of early pregnancy as is spot bleeding, headaches back ache ect ect, if it turns out that you are not pregnant then seek advice from your doctor as to why you are having the cramps from taking the pill!
Chances are you are having ovulation cramps. Some women report monthly of these cramps. However if your last period was abnormal I would suggest taking a pregnancy test to rule out anything more serious.