Stomach cramps in 2 weeks pregnant is fairly common. There is nothing to worry about that, it is also worth to tell about that to your General Practitioner or midwife.
When you are heading to the second week, you may think of some pregnancy signs to confirm whether you are a pregnant or not.Â You might experience in adjusting with your body and can also find even mild change.
You might also feel some cramps during the second week. Here are the stomach cramp types which may occur in 2nd week.
These cramps occur between six and fourteen days after the ovulation and the time it takes differs between pregnancies. The cramps may occur mildly and this may remain only for a few hours to the total day. It usually occurs in the lower belly.
And you may also have slight bleeding at the same time which is called as implantation bleeding. It is essential to note that all the women do not experience this implantation bleeding or implantation cramping. If you do not experience any cramps, it doesn’t mean that you are not a pregnant.
Menstrual cramps are more probable to occur on 1 or 2 days before you get menstrual period, so you would expect these pains about twelve to fourteen days after ovulation. They can range from mild to heavy pains and may remain till your period lasts. These pains occur in your lower belly, but you may also experience some pain in the area where your ovaries are present.
You might also experience some cramps when your womb begins to change its shape and grow to accommodate the baby.
You need to be able to understand whether the cramps you are experiencing are for your pregnancy or for the coming menstrual period. If you are not getting periods even for 7 days, there is a very good chance that these cramps are pregnancy sign.
If the cramps are closer to the expected date of your pregnancy, you can hope a bit that you may be a pregnant. There is not really an accurate way to distinguish between the implantation cramps and menstrual cramps. You should wait simply.
If you get abdominal cramping or pain along with bleeding, chills, spotting, fever, faintness, vaginal discharge, discomfort feeling at the time of urination, or vomiting and nausea, or if the cramp does not reduce even after taking several minutes of rest, you should call your doctor.