Many of you women ask your doctor the question, if it is possible to have menstrual-like pain during pregnancy?
Is it normal to have menstrual cramps in early pregnancy? Is there a difference between menstrual cramps and pain experienced in early pregnancy?
Many women experience premenstrual conditions, the most common and important of which is pain, but when will the pain be due to menstruation and when will the pain of implantation and pregnancy?
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Do women experience menstrual cramps early in pregnancy and during implantation?
Pain when the fetus is implanted in the wall of your uterus (implantation) is a mild pain and is said by most pregnant women to be more concentrated in the lower center of the abdomen.
It can also sometimes cause mild pain in the lower right side of your abdomen if the fertilized egg is released from the right ovary and is right inside the fallopian tube. This pain may last for hours to days.
Uterine spasms and cramps during implantation should not be too severe, painful or excruciating. Note that if you have pain that is very severe and you cannot bear it, you must inform your doctor.
Implantation may be accompanied by a small amount of bleeding. Sometimes cramps and contractions of the uterus occur before bleeding, which may cause some pain. You may also experience this spotting without pain and cramping and uterine spasm.
It is generally difficult to diagnose premenstrual and early pregnancy pain, perhaps the best way is to compare your pain and discomfort with your previous periods.
Not all women experience noticeable uterine spasms and cramps during implantation
Also, not all women have the same condition before menstruation and do not experience the same pain.
It is better for every woman to be familiar with her own condition and body and not to constantly compare herself with other women.
How is menstrual pain?
- In most cases, cramps and spasms occur intermittently in the lower abdomen
- You may have bloating
- You may feel pain in your lower back
- The pain is usually in the lower abdomen
- There is a range of severity of PMS pain in women:
This range begins with mild and tolerable pain and ends with severe and debilitating pain that prevents you from staying at work or school. Sometimes some women experience PMS with a spotted nose that is sparse and contains light blood and is small in size and light and you will not need to use a pad.
When a fertilized egg arrives in the uterus about twelve days after ovulation, it settles inside the uterine wall and the placenta gradually forms. This implantation process is called implantation.
Headache and dizziness, chest pain and tenderness, fatigue, etc. can occur both as premenstrual symptoms and as a symptom of pregnancy (not a permanent and permanent sign).
Therefore, women may not be able to distinguish between the two.
How is the pain of early pregnancy?
Uterine spasms are common in early pregnancy. These cramps have mild pain and should not be too painful and severe and usually resolve within a few days.
Be aware that implantation pain should not be severe and spotting is very small. If you have severe abdominal pain or heavy bleeding, do not count them as implantation. There may be an ectopic pregnancy, so be sure to see and Inform a doctor quickly. Ectopic pregnancy can be fatal if not treated in time
What is the pain of ovulation?
Pain due to the release of an adult egg from a special sac occurs two weeks before menstrual bleeding.
It is noticeable on one side of the abdomen and lower abdomen, the pain lasts from a few minutes to a few hours and can be severe.
What will implant pain be like compared to ovulation pain?
Implantation cramps and spasms are mild, a slight pain that is felt in the lower abdomen and lower back and lasts for one to three days.
Remember that if your pain is severe and unbearable and prevents you from sleeping, if it is accompanied by bleeding, and if you are tired, lethargic and light-headed, tell your doctor immediately.