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Dr. Ana Adelstein
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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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Hiya I have a yellow discharge from Down below I am 36 weeks pregnant got back pain and head ache? Help

Hiya I have a yellow discharge from Down below I am 36 weeks pregnant got back pain and head ache? Help

Call your OB: You need to call your obstetrician to be evaluated today. It may be nothing, or you could have an infection and be going into premature labor. The only way to tell is for them to see you. ...Read more

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36 weeks pregnant contractions (bh?) back pain pressure down below head ache. Feels like baby going to fallout when I stand up. Would bath help w/ pain?

36 weeks pregnant contractions (bh?) back pain pressure down below head ache. Feels like baby going to fallout when I stand up. Would bath help w/ pain?

Please contact OB: This information should be shared with your OB who can further question you and decide if you need to go in for an exam. You may be in premature labor or developing high blood pressure, both of which will need to be handled if you are to have a healthy baby. Please call now. ...Read more

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36 weeks pregnant experiencing lower back pain and cramping in stomach no mucus plug no water breaking.?

36 weeks pregnant experiencing lower back pain and cramping in stomach no mucus plug no water breaking.?

Unsure: Occasional cramping at 36 weeks is normal. If the cramps are regular and coming 10 minutes apart for an hour or more, you should go to your l&d to be evaluated. ...Read more

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36 weeks pregnant right side and back pain. Is this normal?

36 weeks pregnant right side and back pain. Is this normal?

Probably normal: This type of pain is usually normal during the third trimester. The uterus tends to shift to the right in most women and back pain is the most common pain symptom of pregnant women. ...Read more

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I'm 36 weeks pregnant and having pressure, back pain, and contractions, I'm not dilating but I'm effacing. What do you think I should do?

I'm 36 weeks pregnant and having pressure, back pain, and contractions, I'm not dilating but I'm effacing. What do you think I should do?

Take it easy: Rest in bed as much as possible, and drink lots of fluids. Dehydration is a common cause of preterm contractions that do not result in cervical dilation. Follow up with your OB doctor as scheduled and follow your doctor's advice. But DON'T WORRY, that can only make things worse. ...Read more

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I am 36 weeks pregnant and for the past few days I've been having white discharge and really bad back pain?

I am 36 weeks pregnant and for the past few days I've been having white discharge and really bad back pain?

It's a start: Most likely the cervix is softening up which explains the increased discharge. Back pain is common at this time too but you'll want to be sure there isn't a kidney infection. Check in with you doctor if taking a warm bath doesn't help. ...Read more

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I'm 36 weeks and 4 days pregnant I've been having constant pressure in my pelvis since wednesday and constant back pain since this morning around 2.

I'm 36 weeks and 4 days pregnant I've been having constant pressure in my pelvis since wednesday and constant back pain since this morning around 2.

Common complaint: Most women late in pregnancy begin to feel these kinds of things. If you are concerned then schedule a visit with your obgyn to make sure all is normal. If you are contracting then head to labor and delivery. ...Read more

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36 weeks pregnant 2 1/2 cm dialated lower back pain?

36 weeks pregnant 2 1/2 cm dialated lower back pain?

Ok: This sounds like a very common scenario in a near-term pregnancy. The limited information you've provided is not necessarily a sign of impending delivery but could be depending on how quickly things are changing. Certainly though, your obstetrician is the only appropriate person to give you a proper assessment here. Don't be afraid to ask him or her! ...Read more

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I have my wife pregnant she its 36 weeks 4 days- she has a very bad low back pain and has well in her vagina. What should be. Recommended for this?

I have my wife pregnant she its 36 weeks 4 days- she has a very bad low back pain and has well in her vagina. What should be. Recommended for this?

Pregnancy Discomfort: It is common for women to get low back pain near the end of pregnancy. She can wear a maternity binder, sit with feet elevated and pillow behind back, wear supportive shoes, and get a massage. Some women do have back labor. If pain becomes cyclic and predictable, she should consult her doctor. ...Read more

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I am almost 36 weeks pregnant and I am having horrible back pain and a lot of vaginal pressure. Is this normal? Previous babies were C-section

I am almost 36 weeks pregnant and I am having horrible back pain and a lot of vaginal pressure. Is this normal? Previous babies were C-section

Call your doctor!: This is definitely a case when you need to talk to your personal doctor and see when she would like to evaluate you in person! ...Read more

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I am 36 weeks pregnant with lose bowels, lower back pain, pain in vaginal are and rectal area, and feeling nauseous. Could this be a sign of labor?

Possibly: These symptoms can only be adequately diagnosed only after a thorough evaluation by your doctor. This may include labs and other satudies. Once all of the information is in, your doctor can let you know what's going on, and what to do to help you. ...Read more

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I am 36 weeks pregnant and having severe hip pain. I can barely walk and the pain came on suddenly. I also have noticed some lower back pain.

I am 36 weeks pregnant and having severe hip pain. I can barely walk and the pain came on suddenly. I also have noticed some lower back pain.

Be seen: I would definitely let your doctor know. The two most common causes would be a condition known as transient osteoporosis of pregnancy which often affects the hip, or a sciatica which is also more common in pregnancy. If it is that severe as you describe, I would let your doctor know immediately. ...Read more

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I'm 36 weeks and 2 days pregnant. I've felt very sick lately. I've lose stools, vomiting, lower back pain, pressure down there what can this be?

I'm 36 weeks and 2 days pregnant. I've felt very sick lately. I've lose stools, vomiting, lower back pain, pressure down there what can this be?

Need appt!: May be a number of things but at this stage in your pregnancy you need to be checked asap! Infections in the mother can lead to preterm labor and delivery - like a urine infection. Stay hydrated and get into your MD tomorrow - if rapidly worsens go to the hospital ER to make sure the pregnancy is not at risk.
http://www. Webmd. Com/baby/tc/preterm-labor-cause ...Read more

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36 weeks pregnant, severe constant hip pain, occasional cramping, and very painful constant back pain, have tried moving around, won't go away. Help?

Labor?: You are term pregnant. Any unusual problems should be assessed by the obstetrician. Do you feel your baby moving? That is important. Bleeding? Fluid passed?

You can get a lot of aches and pains as you pelvis prepares for delivery. Things that never stretched out before may be starting to loosen in preparation so it may be no big deal but if you are worried go get it checked out. ...Read more

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I'm 36 weeks pregnant I have bad lower back pain and stomach cramps?

I'm 36 weeks pregnant I have bad lower back pain and stomach cramps?

See your doctor: This problem can only be solved by seeing your doctor and being evaluated face-to-face. After a thorough examination, your doctor should be able to tell you what's wrong and what to do about it. ...Read more

Dr. Heidi Fowler
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Back Pain (Definition)

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Pain In The Back (Definition)

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