36 week pregnant and pelvic pressure

17 weeks pregnant have pelvic pressure is this normal?

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Dr. Geoffrey L. Tyson
Pain Management
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This may or may not be normal. You should see your doctor to be sure.
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Should I be concerned about pelvic pressure at 18 weeks pregnant?

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Dr. Asher Turney
Occupational Medicine

Gravity pull


If you are relatively healthy and you arent 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.
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18 weeks pregnant, pelvic pressure, hip and low back pain. Previous pre-term birth.

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Dr. Nonyelu Anyichie
Obstetrics and Gynecology
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Preterm labor


Pressure at 18 weeks definitely requires an evaluation to rule out premature cervical dilatation or incompetent cervix. Urinary tract infection may sometimes present with pressure either way you will need a medical evaluation ASAP. Please call your MD or doctor and report your symptoms.
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Bladder problems

Do's And Don'ts

Practice holding your urine and doing pelvic floor exercises while voiding on a regular schedule.

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

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Dr. Kirstie Cunningham
Obstetrics and Gynecology
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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.
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Bladder problems

Do's And Don'ts

Kegel exercises can strengthen the sphincter muscles and pelvic floor.

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33 weeks pregnant horrible back, abdomen and pelvic pressure/pain. What could be the cause?

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Dr. Gregory A. Hines
Family Medicine
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Pregnancy


Pregnancy will give you back pains, and round ligament pains can cause pain and pressure. Be seen if it persists.
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37 weeks pregnant i know its normal to have alot of pelvic pressure but when is it to much pressure??

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Dr. Veena Govila
Internal Medicine
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Pregnancy


As you said pressure that means head is descending and getting fixed. Is it your first pregnancy?talk to your OB.
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Can you have non painful contractions at 40 weeks pregnant? Have increased pelvic and rectal pressure

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Dr. Michael Roberts
Family Medicine
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Yes


Not knowing your history I cant offer more guidance. It would be wise to contact your ob...
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