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I'm 36 weeks pregnant. I have severe stomach tightening, pelvic pressure, some small cramping, nauseous, and diarrhea. ?

I'm 36 weeks pregnant. I have severe stomach tightening, pelvic pressure, some small cramping, nauseous, and diarrhea. ?

Should be seen: You may be going into labor or have a mild viral gastroenteritis, urinary tract infection, or be a little dehydrated. You need to be monitored to see if you are in active labor and/or need rehydration or some antibiotics ...Read more

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6 weeks pregnant mild pelvic pressure on and off, should I worry?

6 weeks pregnant mild pelvic pressure on and off, should I worry?

Not really: Your uterus is enlarging and starting to compress your bladder and moving itself up from your pelvis into the abdominal cavity. Mild pressure and mild cramping are very common. Spotting is common too. Pain on one side is more concerning because it can be a sign of a tubal or ectopic pregnancy, but your description sounds like a normal pregnancy ...Read more

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I'm 24 weeks pregnant with #4.I have been experiencing pretty significant pelvic pressure.Is this normal for #4?Im not exited about the thought of l&d

I'm 24 weeks pregnant with #4.I have been experiencing pretty significant pelvic pressure.Is this normal for #4?Im not exited about the thought of l&d

Depends: If this is the first time you are having these symptoms, you should see a healthcare professional for evaluation. If all your prior pregnancies were term, it is less likely that you have preterm labor. ...Read more

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Is it normal to have constant pelvic pressure and lower back pressure at 27 weeks pregnant?

Is it normal to have constant pelvic pressure and lower back pressure at 27 weeks pregnant?

It depends: The constant pelvic pressure and lower back pressure may or may not be normal. It could be normal pregnancy symptoms, or it could be signs of preterm labor. It is best to be evaluated by you obstetrician to rule out contractions, preterm labor etc. ...Read more

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I am 25 weeks pregnant today, having vaginal/pelvic pressure when i move from one side of my body to the other, or when i get up. What could this be?

I am 25 weeks pregnant today, having vaginal/pelvic pressure when i move from one side of my body to the other, or when i get up. What could this be?

CALL YOUR OB NOW !!!: You have to make sure u are not having contractions or that your cervix is not trying to open up , or it could be something minor like the baby is breech and kicking down there , but if you were my pt , i would send u to l&d to make sure nothing major is going on, but you should call your OB and follow your ob;s instuctions. ...Read more

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I am 5 days late, about a week ago I had pelvic pressure, back pain and bloating, yet testing negative ... could I still be pregnant?

I am 5 days late, about a week ago I had pelvic pressure, back pain and bloating, yet testing negative ... could I still be pregnant?

Not likely: Home pregnancy tests are very accurate and reliable. If your are two weeks late for your period then it should be correct. You can wait a few days and repeat it. If still negative then see your doc to discuss irregular periods and ovulation testing to help you get pregnant. ...Read more

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I'm 28 weeks and 3 days pregnant and I've been feeling a lot of pressure down there like a heads down there or a butt in my pelvic what's happening?

I'm 28 weeks and 3 days pregnant and I've been feeling a lot of pressure down there like a heads down there or a butt in my pelvic what's happening?

Baby position: yes: your little baby is probably doing somersaults and moving from position to position. When in doubt, call your OB and get an ultrasound. ...Read more

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18 weeks pregnant and having pelvic pressure which is making it difficult to walk. it's hurts when I sit up or get up to move around. is it bad?

18 weeks pregnant and having pelvic pressure which is making it difficult to walk. it's hurts when I sit up or get up to move around. is it  bad?

Round ligament pain: Between 18 and 24 weeks many people will have round ligament pain. It occurs due to stretching of the round ligaments as the uterus enlarges during pregnancy. Typically it is worse with walking upstairs, rolling over in bed or pushing your uterus from side to side. gentle walking will help. If you have unprovoked regular pain or any bleeding or loss of fluids, you should consult your doctor. ...Read more

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Im 32 weeks pregnant and im having really bad pelvic pain and also my back starts to hurt on and off. When i walk the pelvic pressure is bad.?

Get checked: Most likely this is normal sensation during the third trimester of pregnancy but is some circumstances it can be a sign of preterm labor. I have my patients come in to be evaluated just to make sure that all is normal.. ...Read more

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I'm 35 weeks and 5 days pregnant i'm having menstrual like cramps a lot and pelvic pressure. What could that be?

I'm 35 weeks and 5 days pregnant i'm having menstrual like cramps a lot and pelvic pressure. What could that be?

Preterm labor!: The cramps could be contractions of the uterus. Normally they are supposed to happen at full term (37 weeks plus) so you should be evaluated to make sure you are not at risk for giving birth prematurely! ...Read more

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