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If you're pregnant or planning to get pregnant, there are many things you can do to give your baby a healthy start: Regular prenatal visits along with laboratory testing, ultrasounds, prenatal vitamins and immunizations (like the flu shot and whopping cough booster). Now's the time to eat healthy, stay hydrated, and ...Read more


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Im 34 weeks pregnant with my 2nd and im having horrible hip pain and pressure I feel like down there keeps opening and my lower back has been having a stabbing pain should I go to the er?

Im 34 weeks pregnant with my 2nd and im having horrible hip pain and pressure I feel like down there keeps opening and my lower back has been having a stabbing pain should I go to the er?

Yes: Call your OB I am sure your OB will want u to go to the er but any problems that you have from now until you deliver should be directed toward your ob, you should not have to have then answered here as your OB shoudl be taking care of any problem you have. ...Read more

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34 weeks pregnant with severe hip pain and low back pain. I have been given tylenol 3 to try at night with no success and have constant discharge. Help?

34 weeks pregnant with severe hip pain and low back pain. I have been given tylenol 3 to try at night with no success and have constant discharge. Help?

For the hip and back: Pain u should be referred to an orthopedic doc as physical therapy could help until u deliver, for the discahrge your OB need to check u and do a culture to r/o infection and make sure your cervix is not trying to open up too soon. ...Read more

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36 weeks pregnant, severe constant hip pain, occasional cramping, and very painful constant back pain, have tried moving around, wont go away. Help?

36 weeks pregnant, severe constant hip pain, occasional cramping, and very painful constant back pain, have tried moving around, wont go away. Help?

Labor?: You are term pregnant. Any unusual problems should be assessed by the obstetrician. Do you feel your baby moving? That is important. Bleeding? Fluid passed? You can get a lot of aches and pains as you pelvis prepares for delivery. Things that never stretched out before may be starting to loosen in preparation so it may be no big deal but if you are worried go get it checked out. ...Read more

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34 weeks pregnant, history of 27 week preemie. I am having intense vaginal pressure/pain any time i'm sitting or standing. Normal part of late pregnancy?

34 weeks pregnant, history of 27 week preemie. I am having intense vaginal pressure/pain any time i'm sitting or standing. Normal part of late pregnancy?

Possible but..: Most likely this is a normal feeling during pregnancy but considering your previous preterm birth this absolutely needs to be evaluated by your doctor. Preterm labor prevention works best when it is diagnosed early. Get checked. ...Read more

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I am 34 weeks pregnant and have been having leg cramps up toward the groin area and lower abdominal pain along with lower back is this normal?

Even : Even though some pains can be normal from the stretching of the uterine ligaments and increasing weight of the baby, some pains are associated with more concerning problems such as early labor, blood clot, or a problem with the pregnancy. The safest thing to do is to call your ob/gyn. Let them know exactly what you are feeling and they will be able to guide you as to whether they can see you in the office or whether you should go to the er. If you have any vaginal bleeding or fluid leakage, go to the er. Good luck! ...Read more

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Hip Pain (Definition)

Hip pain is a clinical finding in which there is either pain at the site of the hip joint (which will be felt nearer to the groin) or at the site of the bone that is commonly referred to as the hip (on the lower part of the ...Read more


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