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35 Weeks Pregnant Sharp Pain On Right Side
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
Call YOUR OB NOW: Your OB knows u and your situation, could be a number of things some serious , some not but since u are 35 weeks no reason to take a chance, if u were my pt and u called this evening would send u to the labor room to be evaluated and make sure u and the baby are ok. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
6 weeks pregnant and feeling painful pinching on left side just above hip. Pain comes and goes, no bleeding.
I'll be 35 weeks pregnant tomorrow & have been active all day now i'm getting sharp ripping like pains on my lower left side abdomen?
Chest pain: Sharp pain especially on deep inspiration may mean a rib crack. If the pain is under the rib cage, it could be caused by liver trauma. Should the pain be persistent, consult your doctor or go to the ed. ...Read more
See your OB: Pain in your right side and back and nausea can be a sign of labor starting, can be a normal part of the last month of pregnancy, or can even be symptoms of appendicitis or galbladder problems. You need to see your OB for evaluation. Hope this helps. Best wishes to you and your baby. ...Read more
Numbness periodically on left side of abdomen. Lower back pain and leg pain on left side. Period should have ended 4 days ago but am still spotting. ?
Musculoskeletal: Early 20's female w. unilateral abdominal "numbness" & same-sided sciatica. Assuming single disorder, only pain referral pattern explanatory is pelvic girdle joint disorder. Vertebral spine neural impingements refer pain in sciatic & long-leg radiculopathy patterns. Sacroiliac joint disorders distinctively refer to ipsilateral abdomen/pelvis & groin. Osteopaths are skillful diagnosticians of this. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Sharp left sided abd: May be gastritis with or without H pylori- Anatacid may help pain but if H pylori need antibiotics. Avoid motrin like products ,caffeine, spicy foods; or may be constipation -drink fluids eat fiber in avocados, sweet potatoes ,greens, as the splenic flexure of the colon is there. Rarely may be kidney stone , or a lung clots ( worse with breathing )or even just a vaginitis. .F/u/ w/ doc ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Could be nerve: A not uncommon complication of labor and delivery may be a problem with lateral femoral cutaneous nerve of thigh, which can cause meralgia paresthetica. Annoying but benign. Talk to your physician, should depart unless you tend to wear tight clothing, which should be loosened if too tight. ...Read more
I recently experienced left armpit pain (last 2 days) and upper right quadrant abdominal pain (2+weeks). Abdominal pain is worse lying on right side.?
See PCP: Patient needs to see primary care physician ...Read more
5 days past ovulation. Slight cramps, slight lower back pain, slight stabbing pain on left side of pelvis and sometimes right. Possible implantation?
Maybe. Maybe not.: 5 days may be a bit too soon, but life is never exact. Women don't know the exact moment they ovulate. Nobody knows the exact moment of fertilization, in a natural pregnancy. Also, no one knows exactly how long one particular fertilized egg takes to get into the uterus of one particular woman. No worries, don't think about it, and just wait for that missed period, before doing a pregnancy test. ...Read more
Female age 35. Aching pain in left side around ribcage. Hurts worse when take deep breath or lay on left side or back. Also started having nausea.?
Roughly 10dpo. Having light cramping only on my left side & back. Pinching pain in left nipple, dull headache. Can I test now, or wait longer?
6 weeks preg, started having stabbing sharp pains in my right side of pelvis. Sometimes my left as well. Not severe, but constant. Worried ectopic?
Get an Ultrasound: With pregnancy, you have a whole lot of aches and "growing pains" that occur as the uterus adapts to a growing baby. Not all of its concerning. If you are concerned for an ectopic, talk to your doctor. Only 2% of all pregnancies are ectopic but if its concerning for you, see a Ob to schedule an ultrasound I wish you the best with this pregnancy Dr M ...Read more
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