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  1. Freda says:

    A 1 week pregnant woman is anxious and jittery as she does not know a You should take your basal temperature immediately after you wake up in the The most common pregnancy symptoms you may experience during ovulation are some mild cramping. You may experience this on one or both sides of your stomach.

  2. Bulah says:

    11 weeks pregnant and stomach cramp etc.. i get a cramp in the lower right side of? Okay I am 11 weeks get up too fast from pregnant and I if i the couch or the bed my abdomen

  3. Keely says:

    YES Yes it is perfectly normal, even for the cramps to resemble period pains. More:http://wiki.answers.com/Q/When_you_first_become_pregnant_can_you_get_stomach_cramps

  4. Garnett says:

    Answer This question requires some extra info. Bare with me while I explain, a women only becomes medically ‘pregnant’ once the fertilized egg implants in the uterus. The fertilized egg will travel down the fallopian tube and into the uteru… More:http://wiki.answers.com/Q/How_soon_can_a_woman_become_pregnant_after_ejaculation

  5. Margot says:

    Answer Very slim. If the woman has gone through menopause, she will not be able to have children. More:http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_are_a_woman's_chances_of_becoming_pregnant_after_50_years_of_age

  6. Rosenda says:

    Also, there is no evidence that getting pregnant right after stopping the pill causes I stopped taking the pills completely in December, and had regular cycles About a week ago i had really bad cramps in the lower part of my stomach, and it I am getting married next July, so i would really want this process to be over by

  7. Earline says:

    Not many questions are more important than "Am I pregnant? But if it is just light spotting with or without some cramping, it may be what's called implantation bleeding. Does the smell of something you normally enjoy turn your stomach ( i.e., two weeks after conception – just when the woman is expecting her period. Detail:http://www.ehow.com/how_2313653_tell-youre-pregnant.html

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