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34 weeks pregnant with nausea and extra saliva, some lower back pain, what is this?

34 weeks pregnant with nausea and extra saliva, some lower back pain, what is this?

Very common: During the pregnancy. If concerned consult with your physician for evaluation and home remedies. Good luck. ...Read more

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I'm 34 weeks pregnant, baby measuring a few weeks small, feeling nausea and mild pain on and off in bump, is this a sign that labor us near?

I'm 34 weeks pregnant, baby measuring a few weeks small, feeling nausea and mild pain on and off in bump, is this a sign that labor us near?

Call your OB: Could be, u do not want to deliver at 34 weeks unless there is some thing wrong with u or the baby and u need close monitoring if the baby is running behind. ...Read more

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At 34 weeks i was having contractions and dilated 1 cm, now 36 weeks with nausea, sudden increased discharge, constant cramping sensation iS ths norml?

At 34 weeks i was having contractions and dilated 1 cm, now 36 weeks with nausea, sudden increased discharge, constant cramping sensation iS ths norml?

Not normal...: Make sure you see your OB provider as soon as possible. This could not only be related to labor but it could also be an infection reason why it is extremely important to take care of it now. ...Read more

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I'm 34 weeks pregnant with my third child last 2 days I have been experiencing nausea didn't have morning sickness also had loose stool baby low?

I'm 34 weeks pregnant with my third child last 2 days I have been experiencing nausea didn't have morning sickness also had loose stool baby low?

Sounds like..: Your symptoms suggest a bit of a stomach bug since you have both the nausea and loose stools now. Go easy on your diet today - concentrate on fluids, but avoid a lot of dairy. If you start to feel contractions, then need to be seen by your OB. Rest today as much as possible for a mom with 2 other kids! ...Read more

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I m 34 weeks pregnant and i m having headaches, nausea, cramping, and i feel exhausted. What should I do?

See your doctor : It is important to notify your doctor if you have headaches in the third trimester of pregnancy as they can be a sign of a disease called preeclampsia. Most headaches are just headaches and tylenol (acetaminophen) will help. In some cases if your blood pressure is high then a headache is a big deal. Cramping and feeling tired are very common complaints in the third trimester of pregnancy. ...Read more