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Breech Quickening In Lower Abdomen
Bloated belly, weight gain, dizziness, BAD headaches, 'quickening' sensation in lower abdomen, nerve/muscle spasms, no periods but 4 neg HPT?!
Daily quickening refers to looking for approximately 10-12 kicks over about 10-12 hours. Quickening is when a pregnant woman first notices baby movements or baby kicks. First movements are felt during the second trimester, with first-time pregnant women feeling quickening later in the trimester, and the experienced women being able to feel quickening early in the trimester. A woman's doctor can tell her how many kicks per hour or per day she should feel from the baby (and when to call the doctor), at each stage of the latter ...Read more
Gas is gas: Very unlikely to be quickening at 12 weeks. Most likely, "bubbling gas feelings" are just that - gas. Gas pains can be mildly uncomfortable as you experienced, but they can also be quite painful. Fortunately they usually don't last long. ...Read more
Wait it out: Babies do change positions during pregnancy so it could switch by next week. If it doesn't switch naturally, sometimes the OB can try a turning maneuver called a version to turn it., but this has some risks. If you go to full term as a breach expect a surgical delivery. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
27weeks carrying low baby is breech and extremely uncomfortable .Baby is below my belly button . Should I be worried?
No, likely will flip: Among breech babies, >50% switch to cephalic at 32wks, and it even happens at 38wks spontaneously. OBGYNs can perform a VERSION to flip baby at term, but DON'T TRY @ HOME. All breech babies should be delivered via C-Section b/c the risk of vaginal delivery is too great (head entrapment and fetal death due to cord compression). Only in RARE situations are vaginal deliveries performed. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Am 33 weeks preg, baby is btwn oblique and breech, in agony across belly button, is this due to position and is there anything I can do to move baby?
Your obs/gyn: See your obstetrician. He/she can attempt to do an external version. Discuss this with your doctor. All the best. ...Read more
I have a cold and every time i cough it hurts my belly and back I am 31 weeks will be 32 weeks on monday my baby is breech is it normal for these pain?
See an obstetrician: When pregnant a variety of conditions can create pain and discomfort. It is always preferable to err on the side of safety, both for you and your baby. Go and see a professional and be examined and reassured.. ...Read more
I am 5 month preg n from past two days I m having bad vaginal n lower abdomen pain.my gynae is out of town. Please suggest if it's normal.
Pain: First, someone is likely covering for your OB/GYN, so contacting the office to speak to that person is fine. This could be round ligament pain. If it gets worse with activity and is relieved with rest and tylenol (acetaminophen) then that's the likely diagnosis and that is normal and common. If not, it could be an infection and I would speak to the on call physician ...Read more
Iam not feeling good since few days . I feel drowsiness , pain in lower abdomen( sometimes right side n sometime left)pain in bak.restless , wat to do?
Go see ur Family Doc: Given your symptoms, it's best to go see your Family Doc for evaluation & appropriate treatment. Perhaps you have a urinary tract infection? While bladder infections are localized to pelvic region, kidney infections can cause back pain. Of note, infections don't typically cause drowsiness although fatigue would be expected. Bottom line, go see your Family Doc. ...Read more
Small cramps in ma lower abdomen not painful. What would d that b from. Its started 2day. Last mestral was 2 weeks ago n had unprotected sex last week?
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