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Dr. Thomas Fiala
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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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Im 39 weeks and 4days pregnant and i'm having severe pelvic pressure and nausea. Could this be a sign of labor approaching my due date is march 18.

Maybe early labor: It is very possible that you will go into active labor soon. Call you doctor if you have regular contractions (every 4-5 minutes for an hour), bleeding, leaking fluid or decreased movement. Also call if your nausea symptoms to not improve. Good luck! ...Read more

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39 weeks pregnant felling off...Lots of cramping and intense pelvic pressure...Am i in labour cause i don't feel contractions just constant cramping?

39 weeks pregnant felling off...Lots of cramping and intense pelvic pressure...Am i in labour cause i don't feel contractions just constant cramping?

Contact your OB: Your OB gave you instructions at some point of your pregnancy on when to contact them. This situation that you describe is the ideal situation on when you are to at least phone your ob's office for direction. ...Read more

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39+ weeks pregnant, 3 CM dilated, 0% effaced - rock solid cervix as dr described. In such pain, discomfort (pelvic pressure, back pain)....Difficulty walking. 2nd baby....How long can I go on before cervix begins to soften? Dr willing to induce if I st

39+ weeks pregnant, 3 CM dilated, 0% effaced - rock solid cervix as dr described.  In such pain, discomfort (pelvic pressure, back pain)....Difficulty walking.  2nd baby....How long can I go on before cervix begins to soften?  Dr willing to induce if I st

Depends on situation: Your question is a great one but was cut off. So your doctor is willing to induce under certain circumstances? I am not sure what he plans so cannot comment on the specific case. In general, a cervix that is 3 cm in someone who has had a previous vaginal delivery will efface by the due date. If discomfort, then some physicians will consider inducing labor (amniotomy, eg) each case varies though. ...Read more

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I am 39 weeks pragnet 2 CM dialated and im haven really bad pelvic pain?

I am 39 weeks pragnet 2 CM dialated and im haven really bad pelvic pain?

Get checked: If you think that you are in labor or that the pain is out of the ordinary then head to labor and delivery and get checked. ...Read more

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Serious pelvic pain at 39 weeks it hurt so bad o can barely walk?

Call your ob/gyn : Or go to the hospital where you have planned to deliver. At a minimum, you should get a physical exam to determine cause of the pain and guide any workup. Also, the baby's status can be evaluated through fetal ultrasound and monitoring. ...Read more

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I've been having pelvic pain for a couple weeks. It's lower right side. No appendix. I'm 39, female and my period is 3 days late. 2 neg pregnant tests. ?

I've been having pelvic pain for a couple weeks. It's lower right side. No appendix.  I'm 39, female and my period is 3 days late. 2 neg pregnant tests. 
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See your doctor: Pelvic pain is a very complex condition as muscles, nerves, reproductive organs, bladder and bowels meet in the same area. Early diagnosis and treatment may prevent the development of chronic pelvic pain which is even harder to treat. ...Read more

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I am 39 week and two days pregnant last three days sharp pelvic pain and back pain is my problem is anything serious?

I am 39 week and two days pregnant last three days sharp pelvic pain and back pain is my problem is anything serious?

Unlikely: You may very well be getting close to going into labor, and perhaps the baby has moved into the birth canal a little bit farther. It is reassuring if you are otherwise feeling well and the baby is moving regularly, but it is still worth a check up as a precaution. Good luck! ...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