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37 Weeks Pregnant Pain In Pelvis Area
Please discuss with: Your obgyn, could be from many reasons, could be pubic symphysis separation or other causes, if it is not harming baby or causing any problems with you besides having the pain, if u were my pt, would offer to induce u at 39 weeks as most likely pain will not go away until after u deliver a large study showed the ideal time to deliver is 39-40 weeks I do many successful inductions at 39-40 wks. ...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 37 weeks pregnant and having a lot pain in pelvis area when I am lying or try to stand having lying down, lost mucus plug 2 days ago. Explain?
Normal Changes: Early labor or late pregnancy, one of the changes that occurs as your infant drops is the loosening of the pelvic girdle. One of the hormones produced in pregnancy allows this to happen otherwise it would be very difficult to have vaginal deliveries. If the pain is severe, get checked to make sure you're not in labor, try a support garment and hang in there; so far it sounds normal. Take care. ...Read more
No: Please discuss with your OB to r/o problems and if it persists if you were my pt would induce u at 39 wks. ...Read more
Significance of low co2 (17mEq/l) and high anion gap (19mEq/l) in late (37 weeks) pregnancy? All other tests in metabolic panel within normal limits.
Reason for checking: I suppose the answer would vary depending on why it was checked. If there were certain symptoms or problems then the tests need to be analyzed in that context. Simply looking at only these numbers with no context they do not appear particularly abnormal for the 3rd trimester of pregnancy. The doctor who ordered them will be in the best position to interpret them. ...Read more
Due to gall stones in neck position 9mm size with 37 weeks pregnancy. How to reduce sgot sgpt levels to perform cesarean as billirubin is ok?
"Gallstones appear to be more common during pregnancy. Pregnant women who develop gallstones are closely monitored. If a gallstone blocks the gallbladder or causes an infection, surgery may be necessary. This surgery is usually safe for pregnant women and the fetus."
http://www. Merckmanuals. Com/home/women-s-health-issues/pregnancy-complicated-by-disease/liver-and-gallbladder-disorders-during-pregn ...Read more
I am 37 weeks/4 days pregnant & had my bpp done today. I was told my baby has dropped. How far should the fetus' head drop into the pelvis before labor?
All the way:
When you start labor, the baby's head will eventually drop fully down into the pelvic bowl, which is the entrance to the birth canal. This will be happening over the next several weeks.
You should have your "go bag" packed and sitting by the door. It won't be long now! :-). ...Read more
I'm 37 weeks and 6 days pregnant, and having pain in my lower right side right around my hip from about mid pelvis into my lower back. Not contractions?
Probably normal: It is common for women in late pregnancy to have all kinds of mechanical pains in the low back, large joints like your hips, knees, etc. Uterine contractions can also cause low back pains or pains that radiate into the back but meaningful contractions are usually 30-60 seconds and come at some interval. These complaints sound more mechanical than contractions. ...Read more
I am 37 weeks pregnant had my Doppler scan today and found there are two cord around his neck he hasn't settled in pelvis can I give birth normally?
I am 37 weeks pregnant, my lower back is in pain, also have slight pain on pelvis and feel some pressure, also getting sharp pain in vagina, help?
Pelvic ligaments: Back & mid-pelvic pain w. 37 week pregnancy from pelvic ligaments mechanically stressed & loosened by hormone Relaxin; pelvis prepares for birth canal expansion. Pre-sacral plexus overlies ventral sacroiliac joint (SIJ) sulcus. SIJ pain can refer to mid-pelvis. SIJ subluxation evokes symphysis pubis joint torsion & pain in anterior-inferior pelvis. Consult Obstetrician. Perhaps SIJ belt indicated. ...Read more
I'm 37 weeks and 2 days pregnant and I'm having lower back pain and pelvis and pubic bone hurts SO bad that I have to walk either bent or humped over.
That's from: Pressure of the baby pushing on these bones, or it could be the baby is pinching nerves. It should resolve after you deliver. ...Read more
I'm 37 weeks pregnant and I have lower back pain and pelvis pain and stiff joints in my legs is it ok to use icy hot or just take warm baths?
Yes you can: Unless there is a medical reason that your physician can tell you with either of these they can be used as long as they don't hurt you and make you more comfortable ...Read more
I am 37 weeks pregnant and I have been having pelvic and rectum pressure for 2 days now. Is this normal?
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
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
37 weeks pregnant I know its normal to have a lot of pelvic pressure but when is it to much pressure?
I'm 37 weeks pregnant in the night I wake up with bad pelvic pain I cant even move I wake screaming and crying is that normal?
No: Please discuss this with your OBGet a more detailed answer ›
I'm having pelvic pains an I feel as if I have to go # 2 but nothing will come out I am also currently 37 weeks pregnant am I in labor?
I'm 37 weeks pregnant and 4 CM dilated. How can I speed up labor? I am having strong pelvic pain.
Are you alone?:
Labor is a good time to have quality support present. If you have an obgyn, midwife, doula, mature experienced relatives or loved ones they should be with you now. Especially if this is your first time - find help now.
Stay as mobile as comfortable & safe. Void your bladder.Sip water throughout. Warm tub soak. Intercourse (if dr. Approved) & nipple stimulation can help. Best to y'all! ...Read more
I'm 37 weeks pregnant with vaginal burning and pelvic pain as well as what seems to be occasional vaginal leaking, is this normal?
No.: Pelvic pain in pregnancy can be normal due to requirements of your hip bones to shift to support the weight of your growing baby. Vaginal burning however is never normal and in the setting of vaginal leaking needs to be evaluated by a doctor. Your pregnancy is at risk of the bag of water breaking and that actually increases the risk of an infection that affects your baby. ...Read more
M 37 weeks pregnant. Its painin in d lower part in pelvic region from yesterday nyt but pain isn't intense...legs pain n back pain also Der...
Low back pain: As you prepare to give birth, the ligaments and tendons of the pelvis loosen to allow the baby to pass through the birth canal. The sacroiliac joint inflammation leads to low back, groin and leg pain. Support for the back is helpful. Ice at night. If the pain becomes too severe see your obstetrician. ...Read more
I am 37 weeks pregnant and baby hasn't engaged in pelvic cavity this is my first pregnancy. My Doppler scan shows double cord around his neck?
Consult OB regularly: You need to stay in close contact with your OB... ...Read more
I'm 37 weeks pregnant. I have been feeling like some soreness in my pelvic. Does it mean my cervix is dilated?
Can get checked: You can ask your obgyn to check your cervix for dilation. There is not another way to determine cervical dilation other than by physical exam. Pelvic pressure is very common at term gestation ...Read more
37 weeks pregnant. I've lost bits of my mucus plug. I have constance tightening of my tummy. Some cramps and my pelvic hurts really bad. Normal?
37 weeks pregnant and 2 CM dilated and 50% effaced. Lot of pelvic pressure and back pain. 3rd pregnancy and have went 2-3 weeks early. Am I in labor?
37 weeks pregnant 2 and a half CM dilated having bad pelvic pain is it normal also having stomach ache bad like if I need to go to the restroom?
37 wks pregnant: At 37 weeks, the fetus settles into the upper birth canal, and presses on your colon, causing pain and the feeling of needing to have a bowel movement. This is exaggerated if you are also constipated, a common condition of pregnancy. See your obstetric provider and get a mild laxative preparation. Dilation at 2.5 cm is also an indication that the presenting part of the fetus is low in the canal. ...Read more
I am 37 weeks pregnant' getting contractions since lastnight' I have a sore throat, coughs & pelvic pressure' am I going into labor? I am 2cm dilated
Very possibly: You should be admitted to at least visit your doctor now. ...Read more
37 weeks pregnant with a large boil in groin area. What can I do for it it hurts so bad I can barely sit down?
Get checked out: It may need antibiotics or drainage. Get checked out if it is that painful. ...Read more
37 weeks pregnant feeling something in my vagina area, I lost mucus plug 3 days ago could this be the baby?
CALL YOUR OB NOW!!!: U should not be asking that here, call your OB who is on call right now or has someone covering for him or her as if you have any concerns and u were my pt, on a sunday I would send u straight to the labor room so you and the baby can be checked out to see what is going on! ...Read more
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