In the first few weeks, an ectopic pregnancy usually causes the same symptoms as a normal pregnancy, such as a missed menstrual period, fatigue, nausea, and sore breasts.
The key signs of an ectopic pregnancy are:
Pelvic or belly pain. It may be sharp on one side at first and then spread through your belly. It may be worse when you move or strain. Vaginal bleeding. If you think you are pregnant and you have these symptoms, see your doctor right away.
How is an ectopic pregnancy diagnosed? A urine test can show if you are pregnant. To find out if you have an ectopic pregnancy, your doctor will likely do:
A pelvic exam to check the size of your uterus and feel for growths or tenderness in your belly. A blood test that checks the level of the pregnancy hormone (hCG). This test is repeated 2 days later. During early pregnancy, the level of this hormone doubles every 2 days. Low levels suggest a problem, such as ectopic pregnancy. An ultrasound. This test can show pictures of what is inside your belly. With ultrasound, a doctor can usually see a pregnancy in the uterus 6 weeks after your last menstrual period.
It could be because everyone's body is different. You could also have a kidney stone trying to pass or PMS. If the pain gets worse throughout the night you may want to go to a doctor just to make sure that it's nothing serious.
lol... so many girls on here thinking they are pregnant! go to a doctor, pee on a stick. everyone is different, and with so many women on the pill, effects of growth hormones in foods.... it's just never certain till you see a doctor or do a test. if I had a guess ... you probably just have gas :-p
um... depends. it could be different things. pregnancy, first period cramps. my little sister has those cramps because she just got hers. and my cousin has lots of different cramps from her pregnancy. so just try to get it checked out to make sure its nothing too serious. also if it goes and comes you might just have a stomach ache.