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34 Weeks Pregnant Pain In Groin
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
I am 34 weeks pregnancy and I'm experiencing extreme itchiness over my arms, hands, feet and stomach. What can be the cause for this?
PUPPPS: Could also be Puritic Urticarial Papules and Plaques of Pregnancy, also known as PUPPPS. It is a condition of the skin that can happen during pregnancy causing itching and skin rash. As the other doctor suggested gallbladder issues (common in pregnancy) can also cause skin itching. Best to see and discuss with your OB. Hope this helps. Best of luck and congratulations on the pregnancy. Dr R ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Am 34 weeks pregnant & unrinating every time before an hour everyday. Baby moving a lot& I feel it down my pelvis at times is this the reason?
Probably`: but you might have your Ob check you for infection ...Read more
I'm 34 weeks pregnant and I think I have spd I can barely walk and I can feel my pelvis grinding my doctor is too busy for me right now, what should I do?
See your OB asap: Tho it may be a watery discharge, if you have broken your bag of waters and leaking clear fluid, you must go to the delivery room asap. The risk of infection to you and your baby is great is you have unknowingly broken the bag of waters ! please don't wait.... ...Read more
"Not abnormal": Everyone is different. Babies are very resilient and will do just fine. Count yourself lucky that you are not hungry al the time and gain TOO much weight, that would be hard to get off after the pregnancy. As long as you are eating healthy and not eating too little when you do eat, all should be well. Be sure to keep regular appointment with your OB Doctor who will weight you often. Good luck. ...Read more
Amniotic fluid level: In general, we accept an ultrasound measure divided in the four quadrants of your uterine cavity of anywhere from 5-25cm to be a normal range. Lower than 8cm and we usually do further testing or repeat assessment of the fluid levels. The level may be low or high for a number of reasons that your OB doctor can usually detect. ...Read more
See your doctor: At 34 weeks there are several possible causes of abdominal or pelvic pain; most are not serious but one must get more information to determine this. As long as the baby is active, and there is no vaginal bleeding, regular contractions, or amniotic fluid leak, then it is unlikely to be a problem. To be safe, one should be checked by the doctor/midwife and possibly be put on the fetal monitor. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
A couple of things: It could be a UTI or urethritis. It could be a skene's gland cyst or abscess. It could be that you are passing a bladder stone. However, the best way to remedy this is to see your OB soon and have him/her take a look at the area to clarify. This is one of those things that requires more info and likely an examination. ...Read more
See below: So the baby has time to mature it's lings so he/she can live on the outside. ...Read more
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