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36 weeks pregnant with pelvic pain and cramping is it normal?

36 weeks pregnant with pelvic pain and cramping is it normal?

Many reasons: The pelvic pressure and pain may be due to the increased size of baby and stress on muscles can be the cause. If the pain persists when you lay down, there may be some other reason. Consult with your physician. ...Read more

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Dr. Jeffrey Wint
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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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I am 36 weeks pregnant with pelvic pain cramping lower back pain numbness feeling in my cervix I lost some of my mucus plug 2 days ago 3 days ago I had cervical exam and I am 2cm and 50 ?

I am 36 weeks pregnant with pelvic pain cramping lower back pain numbness feeling in my cervix I lost some of my mucus plug 2 days ago 3 days ago I had cervical exam and I am 2cm and 50 ?

Latent labor: `your symptoms sound very typical of the latent phase of labor, which can last for an unpredictable amount of time. Soon the pains/cramping will intensify and you will transition into the active phase of labor - when things will move more quickly/usually predictably. Hang in there - it's almost over! ...Read more

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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

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I am 36 weeks pregnet and having menstral cramps and pelvic pain.?

Contractions: That type of pain is common by 36 weeks and sounds like contractions. If they are not too painful, and they do not last for several hours they are most likely braxton-hicks. Once they increase in intensity and last more than 2 hours- its time to call your doctor. ...Read more

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I am 36 weeks and 4 CM dilated and +1 I have pelvic pain shud i go to the hospital but no contractions ?

I am 36 weeks and 4 CM dilated and +1  I have pelvic pain shud i go to the  hospital  but no contractions ?

Probably.: It can be hard to differentiate pelvic pains from contractions, so your pains may be from contractions. Given that you are already 4cm dilated, you should have a pretty low threshhold to go and be checked for any change in pelvic pressure/pain - to see if you are in active labor. ...Read more

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Horrible pelvic pain, menstrual like cramps, BP is 138/98, extreme swelling in feet, 36 weeks. What could be wrong? Should I get checked for dialation

Yes, right away!: Horrible pelvic pain and menstrual-like cramping at 36 weeks needs to be checked out right away. You need to be seen in Ob Triage tonight to make sure you are not in labor. Also, your blood pressure is a bit on the high side and you are swelling. These can be signs of pre-eclampsia. This is another reason not to delay to get checked out by ob triage right away. Best Wishes! ...Read more

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What to do about pelvic pain 37 weeks pregnant?

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

Dr. Luis Gonzalez
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Pelvic Pain (Definition)

The pelvic region refers to the lowermost portion of the abdomen, below the level of the umbilicus, and most often in the lowermost portions of the abdomen, on the sides and centrally. Discomfort, in various forms (stabbing , cramping, aching, ...Read more