Women tend to get into a panic every time they notice changes in their bodies, especially if they are actively planning pregnancy. Even the slightest headache in such situations can cause a lot of stress. Well, considerable nervousness during the process of conception is mostly justified. Trying to bring a healthy baby into this world it’s better to spend a half of a term in your doctor’s office, than to face troubles, which can lead to more serious problems. This recommendation is useful particularly for those women, who have experienced the IUI- and IVF-procedures. Implantation cramping or spotting in the middle of the cycle for them is a matter of concern.
Mild cramping in the lower abdomen in the middle of the menstrual cycle is usually not a good or bad sign at all. It can be caused by a lot of different things, starting from constipation or stomach disorder and ending with light forms of cervix inflammations. There are two ways to find out what really happens. If you feel abdominal spasms, you can either wait a few days (and cramping will possibly stop itself) or go straight to the ob-gyn. After several tests and pelvic examination everything will be clear. But what to do if cramping appears after the IVF- or IUI-procedure? Can you eventually breeze with relief and relax, because the result of the procedure is positive? Read the information below.