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33 Weeks Pregnant Cramping And Back Pain
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
In one day im going to be 33 weeks pregnant but I been getting really bad pelvic pain, lower back pain and sometimes cramps?
33 weeks pregnant, period like cramping for 4 days, left side/back pain and vomitting and sharp quick pains at private area?
Severe cramping and vagina pain stabbing back pain. And severe headache and blood pressure going up and down. 33 weeks pregnant?
Bleeding: Absolutely yes.Get a more detailed answer ›
Hi I'm 33 weeks pregnant type 1 diabetic. I have lower back pain and an awful feeling of sickness and pains as if I'm going to have diarrohea.?
Everything should be OK going forward but I would advise you to see an Endocrinologist as soon as possible to avoid any problems.
Good luck with baby. ...Read more
I am 33 weeks pregnant and having period like pain and back pain. Is this normal for this stage of pregnancy? Also an increased mucas like discharge.
Some of it is normal: You have increased vaginal mucus production during pregnabcy. Carrying the baby affects the mechanics of keeping upright as well as placental production of a substance that loosens joints. It is also normal to have mild contractions that aren’t sustained (braxton-hicks contractions). Talk to your doctor whenever you have questions ...Read more
I have had undiagnosed back pain for 3 years. I'm 33 weeks pregnant and my back pain has actually gotten better. What does this say about my back pain?
33 weeks pregnant w/ upper back pain, left shoulder blade. Goes across my whole back @ times during the day makes me not want to breath bc of pain. Norm?
Back pain: With rapid weight gain during the third trimester and loosening of ligaments and tendons in preparation for delivery it is not uncommon to have pain in up and down the spine. Make sure that your bras are fitting properly to off load the stress of increasing breast size on your neck and shoulders. See your obstetrician for evaluation of your pain. ...Read more
Started cramping, lost my mucus plug at 2am. Woken up by cramping again at 930am. Back pain going down my legs as well. Labor? (33 weeks)
I'm 33 weeks pregnant- have lower back pain, is it safe to use heating pad on lower back on medium setting while I sleep?
On low and for less than an hour is likely to be helpful and not harmful to you or baby.
Set a timer. ...Read more
(Waitin for doc) but 33 weeks with twins but lost one, mucus plug slowly coming out & have lower back pain, like period cramps. What could this mean?
I am 33 weeks pregnant. I am experiencing pain in the left butt cheek/lower back pain on the left side and pinching/sharp pain in the left side of my vagina, Is this normal?
Probably: This is likely pressure on the lumbar plexus from the enlarging uterus. It resolves after delivery. ...Read more
My period was 10 days late then only lasted for 2 days with worse than normal cramping and back pain. Could I be pregnant?
Do a PG test: Do a pregnancy test and find out. ...Read more
I am 35 weeks pregnant and have been having cramping and back pain and a lot of pressure. I also was spotting yesterday and then it stop.?
Ob: Contact your obstetrician to avoid complications. You need evaluation. ...Read more
21/fm never been pregnant. IUD one string feels longer, lower cramping and back pain started july4th. Doesn't feel like period pain. How urgent is this?
Gyn exam: Schedule a visit with an Obgyn to have your IUD checked. At that time your doctor can investigate other causes of pelvic pain ...Read more
I am 37 weeks pregnant and having periodic light spotting, cramping, and back pain. Could this be the start of active labor?
Could be: Almost all OB docs, midwives, family docs doing OB have an answering service for these questions and its very important to discuss these symptoms with your OB provider tonight if at all possible. Call the office and see if it goes to the answering service or gives instructions on how to reach your OB or the on call physician ...Read more
I had my period 04-01and I had sex the same day I finish my period and 6 days later I been cramping and back pain and headaches can I be pregnant?
6weeks pregnant Diagnosed with threatened miscarriage because of cramping and back pain baby has heartbeat what are the chances of healthy pregnancy?
My period is due today but there is no sign. I have dull cramping and back pain. I am trying to conceive when should I take a pregnancy test?
1-2 weeks: Waiting 1-2 weeks after a missed peirod is the most reliable, but if it is positve earlier you can count on it, but you need to wait longer to believe a negative test since ovulation can occur later than predicted and hormone levels have to be at a certain level for the test to be positive ...Read more
Can I be pregnant. I'm on implanon myperiod was 8dys late when I got it it was short and I still have sore breast, cramping and back pain?
Trust the test: Home pregnancy tests are very accurate. They are the same tests used in a doctor's office. They can detect a pregnancy 7-10 days after conception. The best time to take one is when you miss your period. If you doubt the result you can repeat it in 1-2 days. It seems highly unlikely since your on implanon. ...Read more
Although these sxs: Can occur in early pregnancy, you will need to take a pregnancy test to find out (as they are not diagnostic sxs). ...Read more
Sure: A woman's body goes through all sort of changes during pregnancy. Try laying down flat on your back and relaxing for a while. It is important to get lots of rest during early pregnancy. If the rest is not helpful enough, it is safe to take Tylenol (acetaminophen) (in limited amounts) throughout pregnancy. ...Read more
Possible: It's certainly possible, especially if you have been sexually active and/or have missed a period. A pregnancy test may answer this question for you. Good luck! ...Read more
Uterine Growth: Uterine growth and stretching of the uterine ligaments. See a physical medicine specialist or a chiropractor if this is cramping your style. ...Read more