Today was my date,but I haven't had my period...I did home pregnancy test 3 days back and tested negative. But from yesterday i am having lower back pain and tiredness.. Is lower back pain an early sign of pregnancy?
every women n every pregnancy is different i know with me when i was 5-7 weeks pregnant and even every once in a while now i get lower back pain! just contact ur doc if ur period doesnt come in the next few days, with me i tested the whole week my period was due n keep getting neg test then 10 days later it finally came out pos!!! good luck and God Bless
Hey, I was wondering the same thing, I actually had to go to the ER it was so bad, i also had a lot of abdominal pressure and breat tenderness they told me nothing was wrong they didnt see anything abnormal but it was still too early to test for pregnancy.
But to answer your question my doctor said that yes lower back pain and abdominal pain could be a sign of implantation!
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