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Re: Cramps during pregnancy?

Re: Cramps during pregnancy?

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Posted by Jean on November 29, 2000 at 16:13:55:

In Reply to: Cramps during pregnancy? posted by ??? on November 25, 2000 at 17:27:52:

Actually, my doctor said that many women experience cramps that feel like menstrual cramps in the first trimester. You feel like you are going to get your period but then you never do. She said you may feel cramps because your uterus is growing. This was one of my first symptoms of pregnancy. Also, you can have lots of symptoms or no symptoms when you are pregnant so it doesn't matter if you are experiencing all of your symptoms at different times. Hope this helps!

: Hi, I think I may be pregnant as my partner and I had sex a few times w/o protection. He always pulled out before he came but we both know it is possible to get pregnant regardless. However, I am not showing many signs anymore. About 2 or 3 weeks ago I was up and down with my emotions...crying during commercials, etc (haha) and some nausea. Now I'm not nauseaus anymore and my emotions have returned closer to normal though maybe still a bit off but there are lots of things that can account for this however my breasts are tender.

: What I'm wondering is if most women get cramps during early pregnancy. I don't often get period cramps but when I do I always start my period that day/evening, or at the latest the next day. It's been 3 days now and my cramps have gone to almost nothing but my period did not start. I am due right around now (my cycle is usually anywhere from 4 to 5 weeks so in a few days I will be late from my usual cycle).

: Now the reason I don't think I'm pregnant is because while I've had symptoms I haven't had them at the same times. I'd just like to know if anyone else has experienced this type of on for a week and then gone symptoms. You see I don't want to spend money on a test and I also don't want to worry my partner for no reason (and there's no way I would go through a test without telling him).

: Thanks in advance and sorry this is so long :o)

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