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Doctor insights on: 35 Weeks Pregnant Cramping And Back Pain

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Dr. Cornelius O'leary jr
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Pregnancy (Definition)

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


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35 weeks pregnant and back pain for the past hour and a half with on and off cramping. What do I do?

35 weeks pregnant and back pain for the past hour and a half with on and off cramping. What do I do?

Go in: It's preferable not to go into labor yet. Sometimes cramping pain will go away if you drink some water or take a bath. But it's best to be evaluated for possible preterm labor. ...Read more

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I am 35 weeks pregnant with sever back pain and nausea.

I am 35 weeks pregnant with sever back pain and nausea.

Call: Your obstetrician. If you are having severe pain and nausea you need to be evaluated. Don't wait. Good luck! ...Read more

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35 weeks pregnant with bad back pain, tightening of.Stomach, and naseua. What should I do?

35 weeks pregnant with bad back pain, tightening of.Stomach, and naseua.  What should I do?

Get it checked: The back pain with stomach tightening may be a sign of going into labor. You should get evaluated if it continues for very long. ...Read more

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35 weeks pregnant and have had extreme lower back pain and pressure along with stabbing pain in pelvic region. Anything I can do to help?

35 weeks pregnant and have had extreme lower back pain and pressure along with stabbing pain in pelvic region. Anything I can do to help?

SIJ Belt: Pregnant with back & pelvic pain seeks relief. During pregnancy an hormone, Relaxin, is released & which loosens pelvic ligaments, oft leading to sacroiliac joint hypermobility & pelvic/low back pain from ligament stretch. A partial solution is a sacroiliac joint belt, which has been shown by Dr Andry Vleeming & associates to stabilize this joint and thereby ameliorate pain during pregnancy. ...Read more

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What to do if I'm 35 weeks pregnant, and having very bad cramping. is this normal?

What to do if I'm 35 weeks pregnant, and having very bad cramping. is this normal?

No: Bad cramping at 35 weeks may be a sign of pre-term labor or other pregnancy issue. If you are cramping, its best to call or go to the hospital where you plan to deliver for evaluation ASAP. Most Ob hospitals have a "triage" area where you can be evaluated without admission. Best wishes! ...Read more

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I am 35 weeks pregnant, should I be concerned with the mensrual like cramps I have been having, no bleeding?

I am 35 weeks pregnant, should I be concerned with the mensrual like cramps I have been having, no bleeding?

Yes call your OB: To make sure you and baby are ok and to see if your cx is starting to thin out or dilate as if u and baby are ok want to try to get to at least 37 wks which is considered term so call your OB so your OB can check you today ! ...Read more

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I have really bad cramping and im 35 weeks pregnant dose that mean im about to go into labor?

I have really bad cramping and im 35 weeks pregnant dose that mean im about to go into labor?

Reasons to seek help: Cramps + 35 weeks pregnancy might indicate preterm labor. Pain and/or hardening of the uterus should be reasons to immediately contact OB provider and prepare to go to labor and delivery. Even babies at that age might have some problems of prematurity, so an expectant couple should act quickly to contact OB about evaluation with exam, monitoring of fetus and mom. 911 is option if alone in pain. ...Read more

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Felt some cramping while walking at moderate pace on treadmill. 35 weeks pregnant. Normal? Harmful for baby?

Felt some cramping while walking at moderate pace on treadmill. 35 weeks pregnant.  Normal? Harmful for baby?

Careful: Don't fall from threadmill. Keep doing your 2 weeks visit. Keep attention to kicks, baby movement. It seems everything is okay. Call your OB if any questions. ...Read more

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Can sex make you go into labor or start to dialate at 35 weeks pregnant cause I have been cramping a little bit?

Sometimes: Having sex, and having orgasms can definitely make one contract. Typically those contractions induced by intercourse are short lived, but if they persist or get stronger - then you should call your doctor and have an exam.In general, intercourse is safe for most uncomplicated pregnancies. Just watch to see if the contractions don't resolve on their own. ...Read more

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I'm 35 weeks pregnant and I'm having cramping, burning cervix and pressure.

I'm 35 weeks pregnant and I'm having cramping, burning cervix and pressure.

Preg and cramps: You should report these problems to your OB doctor to see if you should be checked for possible complications. ...Read more

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35 weeks pregnant. Left leg is cramping from knee to behind and sometimes impossible to walk or sit. What can it be?

35 weeks pregnant. Left leg is cramping from knee to behind and sometimes impossible to walk or sit. What can it be?

It's the baby!: Hello Allyn, At 35 weeks, the baby is large and in charge. It is occupying all the space in the pelvis and since the nerves can not move over they get pressed ( in this case the left one). This nerve is called the sciatic nerve and this condition is called Sciatica. Feels terrible but soooo normal. Lay on your Right side to move the uterus off your Left sciatic nerve and you should get relief ...Read more

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35 weeks pregnant and really bad cramps in pelvis as well as sharp pain that only last for like 5 seconds in pelivs and vagina.

35 weeks pregnant and really bad cramps in pelvis as well as sharp pain that only last for like 5 seconds in pelivs and vagina.

Pelvic pain: As you get closer to your due date your pelvis has to stretch to accomodate your new baby. It is not uncommon to have sharp pains and pelvic pressure at this gestational age. Also when your bladder fills you will have small contractions called irritability. These aren't labor, but do hurt. However, if you want more reassurance call your OB/midwife. Someone should be on call even on a Sunday. ...Read more

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Back Pain (Definition)

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Pain In The Back (Definition)

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