Cramping During Implantation

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Maureen - December 15

Is it possible to have cramps during implantation?

 

Kris - December 27

Cramping is usually the first symptom to occur although don’t be discouraged if you don’t notice this symptom. With a first time pregnancy cramping may be too light to notice. Usually with second time pregnancies or more the cramping is either like cramps you feel before a period or stronger. The more pregnancy’s you’ve had the stronger they can be. The cramping is what is called Implantation Cramps. These occur when the fertilized egg is attaching itself to the uterus causing very small contractions which causes the cramps. Unfortunately one problem with detecting pregnancy early is pregnancy symptoms can also seem like the symptoms you get when you’re period is getting near. Cramping, bloating and b___st tenderness can either mean your period may start or you are pregnant. The key way to tell if you are pregnant is to look for symptoms listed here that you normally wouldn’t see before your period was to start.

 

sooilin - December 28

yes

 

britestars07 - December 3

is lower abdomial cramping is completely normal, about the 4th week of pregnancy?

 

britestars07 - December 3

*is lower abdomial cramping normal during the 4th week of pregnancy?

 

JuJu - December 3

Maureen; I always feel cramping when I'm in the early stages of pregnancy. Britestars; I had mild on and off cramping all through my first trimester - don't worry it's normal as long as it's not really strong and/or accompanied by bleeding. juju

 

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