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30 Weeks Pregnant Pain In Cervix
Terrible nightmare of baby dying inside at 30 weeks pregnancy now 33 weeks. Had a bad day yesterday would this be why? Is it bad?Can it harm my baby?
Most likely no harm: It is known anybody can have a bad day or distress and get over it. It there is a clinical depression, the profound sadness and other symptoms will affect the person, and sometimes they get dysfunctional. What you have experienced does not reach threshhold to diagnose a mood disorder. Least of all harm to the beby based on any evidence. On the other hand, figure out wht the triggers are, and relax ...Read more
When your due date arrives, you will be more than ready to have your baby! Most women deliver the baby somewhere between 37 and 42 weeks. According to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, only 5% of babies arrive on the exact due date. Approximately 7% of babies are not delivered by 42 weeks, and when that happens, it is referred to ...Read more
30 weeks pregnant and, up until monday night baby would kick high but now everything i feel is extremely low around my cervix. Is that bad ?
I am 30 weeks pregnant I have lost my mucus plug, dilated to 2.5cm and a shortened cervix..Last night i started having pain(sharp) on my cervix area?
OB, ASAP: I suggest you go to the labor and delivery of your ob/gyn asap for evaluation, monitoring and an ultrasound to make sure you're not going into pre-term labor. ...Read more
Can a 20 weeks pregnancy be confused with a 30 weeks pregnancy at the ultrasound ? ( when irregular period and period over pregnancy)
I am 30 weeks pregnant and feel a lot of pain and pressure in the vagina. It hurts to walk. Is this normal.docs wont check my cervix unless im.bleedin?
See OB/GYN: Pain is not normal. There are many various gynecological disorders which could cause pain and pressure in your vagina. I can appreciate your concerned about your health, but finding a proper diagnosis and treatment may be the answer to your worries. Rec.: see OB/GYN for a specialist examination, tests and treatment. ...Read more
30 weeks pregnant lost mucus plug, dilated 1 cm, and cervical length of 24. Having painin stomach/ cervix area?
Preterm : Call your obgyn on call. Keep hydrated. With the contractions like you are describing, they will probably want you to come into l&d. ...Read more
At 30 weeks. I have a cervix length of 2.6cm. It was about 3cm at 22 weeks. Is this normal? Its closed n firm. OB checking internally weekly till term
Yes: This is normal. You will have some thinning of the cervix as you get closer to the time of delivery. It is supposed to be closed and firm at 30 weeks, but it is normal if it gets somewhat shorter. ...Read more
Footling breech at 30 weeks.What are chances of her changing to cephalic? I have sme minor uterine synechiae near my cervix n scarring in cervix? :(
Depends- what did : your doctor say? In some cases, 'going on all fours' meaning a position that looks similar to doing the cat/or dog yoga position (without arching your back) on hands and knees will belly hanging down, can allow the fetus to have enough potential space to rearrange itself, its own positioning in the womb to not be breech, not necessarily an old wive's tale. Other times, u need the doctor to assist. ...Read more
30 weeks preg.alot of stomach tenderness npain. Cervix feel low n very soft. Feels like one finger could slide through. Feel baby hitting through cerv?
???: I don't know where this "checking cervix " fad has come from but it has absolutely no usefulness. It's very difficult to check your own cervix. Visualizing it would be better than blindly poking around. Most women do not know what it is they are feeling when they try. They often misinterpret what they are feeling. I think it worries women more than it enlightens. Go to your Dr for a proper exam ...Read more
Am NT pregnant nd never had a baby before but I went to see a midwife . After she examined my body,she told me that my cervix is opened.What does mean?
Puts pressure: Sleeping on your back drops the weight of your baby right on your aorta, which can lead to decreased blood flow to the lower part of your body, including the uterus. Best is for you to tip even so slightly to the left side, which shifts the weight of the baby off that main blood supply. You can also actually sleep on your side, placing a pillow between your legs to reduce stress on your back. ...Read more
Normal: Half a cm dilated is usually a normal, reassuring finding at 30 weeks. Best wishes! ...Read more
Not likely: Babies system actually grabs & holds the oxygen from your blood better than your blood does. Although a silly practice, if you hold your breath until you pass out, you would start breathing automatically & babies system is unlikely to notice. Brief breath holding has no significant effect. ...Read more
No : If you are constipated and this is a reasonable medication choice ...Read more
Bedrest: Usually this means minimizing your activities and getting up only for meals & restroom. You should be at pelvic rest also, no sex (especially if you have a previa) & discuss with your OB what your exact restrictions are. This will largely depend on your diagnosis.If you have preterm labor you're allowed some activity, if you have an incompetent cervix, you'll have stricter instructions. Take care. ...Read more
Proteinuria gradually increases throughout pregnancy and levels may reach 15mg/100 ml or 300 mg/day in a normal
pregnancy in the third trimester. Values in excess of
15 mg/100 ml or 300 mg/day are usually associated with
either pre-eclampsia or underlying renal disease. You must confirm the reference range for the testing lab to determine a more accurate interpretation. Discuss with your OB/GYN. ...Read more
Normal: It is fine as a one time result. ...Read more
Nitrous: In the old days they used nitrous in labor so it has a safety track record. However, why would you want to use this medication when a local anesthetic would do the trick. I bet if your dentist knew the pregnancy, they would not use it because here in georgia, the dentist make the pregnant patient get a consent from the ob. Hope this helps in some small way. ...Read more
Probably not BUT...: Go to your doctor or hospital OB dept asap and have them check baby. Probably all is ok but better to be safe than sorry! ...Read more
Lactation, pregnancy: Breast stimulation will make you contract. Wear a good bra that supports well or even a sport bra. Don't try to see if milk comes out and don't let the shower water hit your breasts directly. Drink plenty of water to help eliminate false contractions but a few contractions daily are normal. ...Read more
Very normal : This is very normal. It's called round ligament pain. As your uterus grows this ligament must now stretch a long ways. Always be aware however that if the pain persists and/or comes and goes fairly regularly or is very severe then you should be seen by a doctor. ...Read more
I am 30 weeks pregnant. I keep a tasting soap, no matter what I eat or drink. What could cause this?
I am 30 weeks pregnant and accidentally ate a piece of rotten watermelon. Can or will this harm the baby?
Baby will be fine: It shouldn't harm the baby. In general, our bodies are very good at protecting the growing baby. Make sure you are taking your prenatal vitamins, drink plenty of water, and as long as you're feeling alright and baby is moving, no worries! ...Read more
Took shower after it had been sprayed down with bleach. Smelled strong. 30 weeks pregnant. Harmful to baby?
Not harmful: The amount of chlorine your would have breathed in, then get through your lungs, your system and to baby would be so tiny that it poses no risk to the baby. Quite honestly, i'm glad they sprayed it down - much more likely you would catch a germ had it not been well cleaned that could cause harm to your baby than anything the dilute bleach solution/fumes would do to you! ...Read more
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