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Twinges in lower tummy

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i lost a baby 2 weeks before christmas and have bein tryin again a had my period 3 weeks ago bt now am gettin twinges in my lower tummy and head achs am worried that the twinges are a bad thing


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replied January 28th, 2010
Early Pregnancy Signs and Symptoms Answer A9563
Hi, and thanks for your medical question on eHealth forum!

If you had your periods just 3 weeks ago and now have lower abdomen cramps (twinges) and headaches, then it could either be due to infection in the vagina or pelvic inflammatory disease or due to some bowel problem like IBS or it can also be a part of premenstrual syndrome. There is also a chance that you are pregnant.

However, nothing can be confirmed before the due date. Please consult your gynecologist regarding this as a confirmed diagnosis to your problem and treatment for it cannot be prescribed on net without examining you. Hope this helps. Take care!



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