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31 Weeks Pregnant With Pelvic Pain
Brown discharge at 31 weeks pregnancy. Felt tension in pelvic if walking fast. Dr examined cervix and vagina. both normal. Reasons for spotting?
Not clear : Continue to communicate with your doctor.Recent intercourse is also a possibility if it occurred postcoitally. ...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
Is lower back pain near pelvic area normal, and how will i know if burning in vagina area is already UTI w/o urinalysis in 31 weeks pregnancy?
You can't know: for sure without an exam and a urinalysis. It is important to get a diagnosis and treatment since you are pregnant. If you can't get to a clinic/lab over the weekend, you can drink lots of cranberry juice. You can also clean yourself off VERY well, go into a clean cup or jar and check for any odor. Leave it at room temp overnight, if not infected, it should still be clear and nearly odorless. ...Read more
I am experiencing pelvic pain and back pain (severity: severe) (side: lower) . Is it labor? I am 31 weeks
Can call Ob-Gyn Dr.: A 31-week pregnant woman with tummy or pelvic cramping can call her Ob-Gyn doctor and go get examined at the doctor's office or at the hospital's labor and delivery ward. The doctor will be checking for preterm labor, which can lead to a preterm birth (and all the problems that come with premature babies). Preterm labor is serious, so it is important to be examined by an experienced physician. ...Read more
31 weeks, severe pelvic pain. Hurts when i walk, associated with lower back pain. The pelvic pain is constant. Nor sure what to do or if its normal?
38 weeks pregnant with pelvic pain and lower back pain, hurts to walk and not relieved by laying down hurts worst when changing positions! is this normal?
No.: Many women have milder pain and dyscomfort but yours does sound excessive. At this point in your pg most of the pain is ligament related. If you have not had prior back or pelvic injuries you should have a full recovery after the delivery of your baby. Good luck. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
See your OB: Whenever you are pregnant and have an acute change in how you are feeling, it is a good idea to check in with your obstetrician to be sure that it is nothing important. It may turn out not to be, but it is a good idea to check. Good luck. ...Read more
Go to the Hospital..: At 37 weeks, Pelvic pain is assumed to be labor until proven otherwise. If you are having pain, you should go to your hospital's triage area and let them examine and monitor you to make sure you aren't in labor. If you are bleeding this is quite urgent as some causes are serious. Best wishes! ...Read more
SIJ: ? Re: pelvic pain during advanced pregnancy. During pregnancy hormone Relaxin released to loosen/prepare pelvis for birth. Major pelvic girdle joints, sacroiliac joints, SIJ, hypermobile & stretching SIJ ligaments. Stabilization via SIJ belt often helpful. Ask Obstetrician to evaliiate ...Read more