Yes it is perfectly normal, even for the cramps to resemble period pains.
It is not uncommon have cramps before having your first ever period
No, you won't have cramps until you start your period.
Mine sure did. It felt like i was getting ready to have the Period From Hell.
i had cramps and backache during the first month of pregnancy and every month around the time my period would have been due. i also had bleeding in the first month but every thing was fine.
Yes, it happened to me. I had 1 period after pregnancy with my first child and 2 periods after pregnancy with my third child.
You'll probably have a little more bleeding than you normally will later on.. And you'll probably get some cramps as well. Do a lot of stretching when the cramps come along.
Yes, I would say that there's a 99 percent chance you are pregnant. Period like cramps are one of the first signs of pregnancy, it happens when implantation occurs (so you're timing is right on). This is what happened to me when I got pregnant, and a few days before I was supposed to get my period, it dawned on me that I've had cramps for almost 2 weeks now. I quickly Googled cramps and early pregnancy symptom and found the answer. I knew that I was pregnant immediately.
Well, if you had your period, it is more than likely that you are not pregnant. However, if you had intercourse around the time you ovulated (normally 10 - 14 days after the first day of your period), it could be possible. If you are in doubt, you should take HPT and find out for sure.
Usually the first symptom is a missed period of one or two months, then nausea and vomiting and mood swings, cramps.. ect.
your probably pregnant, cramping and sore nipples are the first symptoms of pregnancy. Buy a test and find out. Good luck
When I first got off the shot I was spotting for several months, had cramps, but I was not pregnant. Normally when you first get off depo, it may take a while for it to completely be out of your body. And it still make take awhile for you to be able to get pregnant.