yes,if you are just starting for the first time,having a fever is a symptom,or if you are cramping you can get a fever from the pain.
Cramping is yes.
You can be having a miscarriage and not have the pain but eventually your cervix may dialate and you will feel cramping and bleeding. Usually your intuition will tell you if something is not right. If you are unsure go seek medical attention.
The pain you describe is very vague. Is it cramping in your lower abdomen? Have you skipped a period? Cramping during pregnancy, unfortunately, can mean multiple things; some are okay and some are not so good. It can be gas, constipation, your uterus growing; signs of an ectopic pregnancy, miscarriage, and the list can go on and on. If the cramping continues and it concerns you too much you should contact your doctor.
Symptoms of miscarriage include but are not limited to: heavy bleeding, bright red bleeding, clots, cramping, loss of pregnancy symptoms, dizziness, and abdominal pain. If you feel that you could be having a miscarriage or have any type of bleeding during pregnancy you should call your Dr. If you are having heavy bleeding (more than 1 pad per hour), back/shoulder pain, smelly discharge, yellow/green discharge, or fever you should go to the ER immediately.
its called round ligament pain
yes you do have abdominal tenderness and cramping when you are pregnant.I recently had a baby last year and that was one of my first symptoms.As long as there is no extreme pain it is completely normal.
yes light pain and cramping is normal in pregnant woman although all women that become pregnant don't go through it. If the pain becomes worse the there is a problem.
Many women experience breast tenderness and cramping on their menstrual cycle, but if the pain is strong then you may be pregnant.
Cramping isn't a sign of pregnancy, but it may be a sign of infection. If you're having pain, see your health care provider for an exam. If you think you may be pregnant, take a home pregnancy test.
dont worry its just old dryed up blood that was inside of you ; & is comming out now i had the same worrie when i was pregnant
This is due to the stretching of your uterus and making room for the baby. As long as the cramping is not so painful to where you can't take it or no bleeding is accompanied by it, you should be fine.
Yes it can be if you have an ectopic pregnancy. You are at a higher risk for it after having your tubes tied. If you become pregnant you should see a Dr as soon as possible. You should go to the ER immediately if you are pregnant and experience cramping, bleeding, pelvic pain, dizziness or fainting, signs of shock, and/or back or shoulder pain.
Most women that have ultrasounds that early are having some type of cramping or pelvic pain that needs to be checked out. I had one today. I am only 5 weeks pregnant but i was having sharp pains in my pelvic area. I wanted to make sure that i was not having a tubal pregnancy.
Yes, you can. Ovulation pain has nothing to do with your chances of getting pregnant. Sometimes cramping around your ovary region can be a sign of ovulation. Your ovulation time is the best to try to get pregnant but the ovulation pain really does not have anything to do with it.
yes. get tested
Cramping in the lower abdomen can be a sign of pregnancy. But extreme pain may be cysts or perhaps an ectopic pregnancy.