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Question: Am 14 weeks pregnant am having lower abdominal pain since 2 days its any problems?
Answer: Hi dear, As the pregnancy progresses ,you would experience lot of aches here and there. Nothing to panic much.these are all normal. Since the baby growth pushes most of your internal organs along with pelvic bones,various kinds of pain ranging from throbbing pain to pinching pain, streching pain. They are mostly normal. Increasing body weight stresses your back and also puts pressure on legs.you would experience back pain and leg cramps too.try to be active as much as possible.daily walks for atleast 20 min would be helpful.Also refer the healofy app for daily updates on baby development and growth,as well as pregnancy care.it also gives you enormous info on post delivery baby care and diet.donot miss out!
Question: I am 8 week pregnant and now I am having lower abdominal pain with light spotting?
Answer: Little spotting or bleeding is common in pregnancy upto 12 weeks if the flow increases consult gynaecologist as soon as possible Abdominal pains or cramps are common in pregnancy and usually nothing to worry caused by your womb expanding, the ligaments stretching as your bump grows, hormones constipation or trapped wind.
Question: Since yesterday I am having lower abdominal pain and cramping. Please suggest why.....not able to sleep
Answer: Hi dear, Too much pain in initial stages could be due to uterus expansion.i donot think there is anything to worry about.since the whole hormonal surge is new to your body,and it takes time to get used to it.your uterus keep expanding as your pregnancy progresses,also pushing the neighboring organs and pressing the adjacent nerves etc,meanwhile your pelvic bones starts relaxing more,loosening your joints too.this whole process gives such pain.and each body experiences in a different way.i never had such pains though,but many pregnant ladies suffer with such harmless pain.but if the pain is severe and you feel something is not right,please donot hesitate to check with your doctor.