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36 Week Pregnant And Pelvic Pressure
ASK YOUR OB !!!!: You should not have to ask that here! Call your OB as your OB can tell u if you are in labor yet as you have a ripe cervix and could go into labor at any time and the pressure is from the baby dropping in your vagina, any? S or concerns at this point should be directed to your doc and your doc should respond, if you are worried and your doc doesn't respond then go to the labor room. ...Read more
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 39 week and two days pregnant last three days sharp pelvic pain and back pain is my problem is anything serious?
I have lower pelvic pain on my right side it has only been 2 weeks since I got my IUD taken out can I b pregnant? Will an over-the-counter twst show
Yes.: As soon as an iud is removed, you are immediately fertile again. So, it is possible you are pregnant. Home pregnancy tests are generally reliable, so if you think you might be pregnant, it would be a good idea to take the test. If the pain becomes severe, consider visiting your doctor. ...Read more
I'm 38 weeks I'm 4cm 80 effaced with lots of pressure and pelvic pain I was in the hos. For 9 hrs the other day with no progress should I call my dr?
Term: Not yet until frequent contractions and/or loss of mucous plug ...Read more
31wks pregnant having pelvic pain/press mostly on left side. Baby was breech on us a week ago. Possible baby is already engaging? Normal to feel this way?
Round ligament pain: As the uterus grows with the baby, there can be stretching of the ligments that hold the uterus called the round ligaments. These can cause sharp intermittent pain in the pelvis. They usually start sometime in the 2nd trimester and they are normal. ...Read more
36 weeks pregnant and experiencing onset of pelvic pain (like it's being pulled apart) while sitting or certain standing postures. Should I be concern?
Evaluation: At 36 weeks many patients feel the pubic bone beginning to separate. The also feel downward pressure deep in the vagina. The often complaint of round ligament pain from the uterus pulling. Your individual case will need to be evaluated by your doctor to determine if it is normal or not. ...Read more
I'm 22 weeks and 2 days pregnant and been having lower pelvic pain for 2 weeks to the point I'm in tears and I'm clean?
Go to the hospital!: Pain to the point of tears at 22 weeks is very worrisome! You need to go to the hospital right away. Most hospitals that delivery babies have a triage area on the Labor and Delivery Unit where they evaluate women to find out what is going on. That is where you need to go right away. Best wishes! ...Read more
I will be at 27 weeks tomorrow and for 2 days have been experiencing some pelvic pain/pressure. It is not bad but uncomfortable. Is this normal?
Check-in w/OB: If it's not worsening or coming in waves (like a contraction), not associated with a vaginal discharge, it's likely normal but it would be good to let your OB know about it as well. If it is worsening, coming in waves or you do have an increased discharge with it, it would be good to see your doctor right away. ...Read more
Maybe: Most women get some pelvic pain, and some get it worse than others. You should disucss your pain with your doctor. If they don't find anything concerning on exam, then this is likely round ligament pain. ...Read more
See your OB: Whenever you are pregnant and have an acute change in how you are feeling, it is a good idea to check in with your obstetrician to be sure that it is nothing important. It may turn out not to be, but it is a good idea to check. Good luck. ...Read more
Go to the Hospital..: At 37 weeks, Pelvic pain is assumed to be labor until proven otherwise. If you are having pain, you should go to your hospital's triage area and let them examine and monitor you to make sure you aren't in labor. If you are bleeding this is quite urgent as some causes are serious. Best wishes! ...Read more
Many things: It could be normal pelvic pain that is associated with the baby growing and putting pressure on your pelvis. You must be sure that it is not premature labor so talk with you OB. ...Read more
SIJ: ? Re: pelvic pain during advanced pregnancy. During pregnancy hormone Relaxin released to loosen/prepare pelvis for birth. Major pelvic girdle joints, sacroiliac joints, SIJ, become hypermobile & cause stretching of SIJ ligaments. Stabilization via SIJ belt often helpful. Women with Joint Hypermobility Syndrome often especially afflicted. Ask Obstetrician to evaluate. ...Read more
35 weeks of pregnancy, right side mild pelvic pain, is it a sign of labor. What can be done to control/ stop it?
I'm 22 weeks and I'm having strong frequent Braxton Hicks on a regular basis with pelvic pressure. Is this normal?
May be preterm labor: Those regular contractions could be preterm labor. One should be checked out by her Ob-Gyn doctor. That may mean going to the hospital and staying in the Labor and Delivery ward to be monitored to see what is going on. Meanwhile, avoid physical activities, having sex, and bumpy rides to the hospital. A baby born at 22 weeks does not survive, so I hope that uterus calms down. ...Read more
Is it normal at 27.4 weeks to have bad pelvic pain/pressure accompanied with stomach/back pains and increase in discharge
Yes, confer with OB:
Pelvic and low back pain are common in second and third trimesters. Your ob/gyn will be able to decide if these symptoms are normal, based upon the size of the fetus and position.
If pain radiates down the legs or is increasingly severe, a herniated lumbar disc should be considered. The increase in hormone production (elastin) causes a laxity (relaxing) of the large ligaments around the sacroiliac. ...Read more
I'm currently 12 weeks pregnant and I'm having terrible pelvic pain to the point I can't stand? What could be wrong im bleeding as well?
Call yourOB or go to: The er immediately. Unfortunately, the symptoms you describe may indicate that you're having a spontaneous miscarriage. The only way to find out is to seek immediate medical attention. Best of luck to you. ...Read more
I had an internal ultrasound done two days ago and I'm 23 weeks 4 days pregnant and I'm having a lot of groins pelvic pain is this normal?
Hard to say: The us may have caused a little stretching of the round ligaments (or this could b happening even if u had not had the vaginal sonogram) and they can cause groin pain. If the pain feels like menstrual cramping and lasts for more than an hour or any bleeding u should call ur dr. ...Read more
I have started having urge to urinate and pelvic pressure around the same time that I have started swimming 3x a week. Could they be related?
Probably not: But maybe. Could be a urinary tract infection, which shouldn't have anything to do with the swimming. But it could be a yeast infection, or vaginitis (bv) — and if that is the cause it may be due to a change in the ph of the vagina that could have been caused by swimming. (not a common cause, but possible). ...Read more
I'm almost 3 weeks pregnant, today I've just experienced some left pelvic pain not a lot of bad pain but hurts when I breathe alittle, is that normal?
I'm 33 weeks, I've spent the last 8 weeks in & out of l&D unit here. But my contraction, pelvic pressure & Contractions don't go away. This is my seco?
Where is your OB MD?: If you are being seen at each of those L & D visits by a OB MD who is concerned about premature labor and is still following you, so be it. If not, your first step is an ongoing relationship with an OB MD who can make the determination that these contractions are prodromal/"false" labor. And can offer good future advice. ...Read more
Maybe: This may or may not be normal. You should see your doctor to be sure. ...Read more
Gravity pull: If you are relatively healthy and you aren't bleeding or having any watery liquid discharge this is likely just the baby lying on your bladder and other organs. Trying lying down and taking the gravity out the picture. Please follow up with your doctor for worsening and for regular prenatal visits. ...Read more
I am 18 weeks and feel pelvic pressure from time to time i previously had a preterm birth should I be concerned.
.: This could very well be braxton hicks- false labor pains as you are into your second trimester, but if you have had a preterm delivery in the past and you don't know the exact reason why, better to consider this a high risk pregnancy and get to your OB with any signs of labor. ...Read more
Mild pain or pressure in pelvis (lower abdomen) is a symptom that can be due to a variety of causes, including issues with the gut, bladder, and for females, organs such as ...Read more
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