Question by  smokeydabear (47)

I've been cramping. Am I pregnant?


Answer by  naturalmom (211)

Cramping can be a sign of many things other than pregnancy. When was your last period? If it's time for it that may be the cause. If you are a month or more late, I would advise you to see a doctor so they can determine for sure. There are some very accurate home tests on the market also.


Answer by  xela (349)

You could be pregnant or you could be experiencing PMS symptoms. Many early pregnancy symptoms are similar to symptoms of PMS and this is why pregnancy is not usually discovered until after a skipped menstrual period. Fatigue, sore breasts, and cramping are all symptoms of both PMS and pregnancy. Cramping on its own is not symptomatic of pregnancy specifically.


Answer by  cowohhh (569)

Most likely not. Usually, a sure-fire indicatior of pregancy is not cramping pains. It usually is a missed menstrual cycle and a positive pregancy test. Your best bet is to determine if you have missed your period, by how many days and by taking a pregnancy test in order to confirm your pregnancy.


Answer by  Roland27 (16334)

Cramping could indicate a few things. It could indicate that you are going through the implantation of the joined egg and sperm to your uterine wall or it could mean that you're about to start your period.


Answer by  Rose (6804)

Often early pregnancy symptoms mimic that of getting your period, so you could either be pregnant or you could be getting your period.


Answer by  louisranjhanyahooin (109)

since cramping is the first sign of pregnancy, urinary track infection also caused cramping. On advice of doctors, take antibiotics and pain killers for some days. No infection is good.


Answer by  Jayne84 (27)

Takes alot more than cramping to know if you're pregnant. Try excessive thirst, extreme emotions, hot, weight gain, changes in periods.

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