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36 Weeks Pregnant Bad Hip Pain
36 weeks pregnant w/ 2nd child, 32 yrs old, having short sharp pelvic pains, mild irregular contractions, and hip pain. How close am i to labor?
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 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
36 weeks pregnant, severe constant hip pain, occasional cramping, and very painful constant back pain, have tried moving around, wont 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
Im 17 weeks pregnant, having really bad hip pain. How long does it take for your hips to spread to where they are supposed to be?
Pelvis: The pelvis bones and structures will slowly change while pregnant and then at 9 months with the delivery can accommodate the birthing process. Small changes take place and your hips and skeletal system will not dramatically enlarge. You may be noticing more "fat and muscle" around your thighs and hips as your pregnancy moves forward. Best wishes. ...Read more
Im 35 weeks pregnant and have had a very good pregnancy. Recently ive started getting the hip pain. My concern i have bad pain in my left side of body?
Varies: There are a number of possibilities including "sciatica" from the back, a painful SI joint, even a condition that can affect the hip known as transient osteoporosis of pregnancy. I would not hesitate to let your obstetrician know, and a good check up would be a good place to start. ...Read more
Im 21 weeks pregnant with my second I've been having extremely very bad hip pain every time i walk that i want to cry. My ob is rude when i ask ?'s
I am 19.5 weeks pregnant and woke up with really bad right hip pain and pressure on my pelvis (as if my bladder is full but it's not). Normal?
Is it normal to have hip pain at 36 weeks preg I can barely walk when I wake up in the morning or I been limping. Started few days ago. Can't sleep!:(?
PG/A pain in the ass: Late stage pregnancy can be a "pain in the "hip" as the engaged fetal part (head or bottom) is now putting pressure deep in the pelvis on the nerves that run to the hip. Moreover, the cartilage interconnections between the joints of the pelvic/sacral bones are "stretching" to allow facilitated childbirth at term. Try a heating pad and if "flexible" yoga moves designed for pregnant women for relief ...Read more
More than likely: if you have had two positive pregnancy tests. Home pregnancy tests tend to be accurate and reliable. You should be taking vitamins with Folic Acid for prevention of birth defects. Schedule an appointment to begin prenatal care as soon as possible. If your pain is significant you should be seen immediately to determine the cause. Good luck and congratulations! ...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.
5 weeks pregnant n hv lower back + hip pain everyday. They said it normal. But when do the pain considered abnormal?
Varies: Unfortunately back pain and pain running into the hip or leg is fairly common during pregnancy and is often relieved when the baby is born. Warning signs for a more serious condition which may require more aggressive treatment would include numbness or weakness in the leg, bowel or bladder function changes, or a profound limp when walking on the hip itself. Thank you for the question. ...Read more
25 weeks pregnant was in car accident prior to finding out i was pregnant now I have constant hip pain gets worse and worse what should I do?
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