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Cramps and possible associated pregnanacy

I had sex with my ex 3 1/2 weeks ago, when I felt a pop in me while we were having sex. Now I have only been pregnant twice,(both ending in miscarriages)but in my first pregnancy I felt that same pop. I knew down to the day when it happened.

I was having mild cramping like 4 or 5 days ago (which is normal) but just 3 days go I had severe cramps kick in on my right side and it felt like AF was gonna come hard and fast! I ran to the bathroom. Was in there for 15 mins with bad AF cramps but nothing came down. Now three days later I am still not bleeding and my pelvic area is fine, just a little tender and I am 3 days late. This happens sometimes so I'm gonna wait til Tuesday (when I'm 5 days late) to take test. I just know.... Hoping for the best.
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replied December 31st, 2010
Hi,
Welcome to ehealthforum.
Your symptoms do suggest possibility of pregnancy.
Wait for your periods, if they do not start on time, then go ahead with an examination and blood HCG test done by your gynecologist to confirm/rule out pregnancy. If the HCG levels are found to be lower than expected with serial HCG level estimation within gap of 3 days, then it would suggest possibility of hormonal insufficiency to be the probable cause for the early miscarriages. External supplementation will help in preventing miscarriage. You should also consider getting karyotyping test done to rule out chromosomal anomalies as cause for repeated miscarriages.
Urine pregnancy tests can show false negative results so they cannot be relied upon.
Take care.



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