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Burning In Groin At 34 Weeks Pregnant
If you're pregnant or planning to get pregnant, there are many things you can do to give your baby a healthy start: Regular prenatal visits along with laboratory testing, ultrasounds, prenatal vitamins and immunizations (like the flu shot and whopping cough booster). Now's the time to eat healthy, stay hydrated, and ...Read more
I am 34 weeks pregnancy and I'm experiencing extreme itchiness over my arms, hands, feet and stomach. What can be the cause for this?
PUPPPS: Could also be Puritic Urticarial Papules and Plaques of Pregnancy, also known as PUPPPS. It is a condition of the skin that can happen during pregnancy causing itching and skin rash. As the other doctor suggested gallbladder issues (common in pregnancy) can also cause skin itching. Best to see and discuss with your OB. Hope this helps. Best of luck and congratulations on the pregnancy. Dr R ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Many possibilities: Intense burning is a strange one... If you have a rash, it could be shingles. If you have pain after eating fatty foods, it could be gall bladder pain. Your stomach could have shifted, and this could represent ulcers. As odd as it may seem, the baby could even have pushed your appendix up that high. You may need to talk with your fp or gyn to figure this one out. ...Read more
I'm 34 weeks and 3 days pregnant. Why am I having a "burning" sensation feeling all over my stomach?
Skin stretching: If this is your first pregnancy, the abdominal surface skin is being stretched for the first time and the elastic cells contained therein are trying to accommodate those changes. There are several "stretch mark" oils and creams that can help with this sensation when applied liberally. ...Read more
I'm 34 weeks pregnant with mono/di twins, I have a burning feeling in my stomach constantly and i can feel ripping or tearing is this normal?
No.: Ripping or tearing sensation is not normal in any pregnancy and could be a harbinger of catastrophic uterine rupture. This is a rare but potentially lethal complication seen more commonly with multifetal pregnancies as compared to singletons, especially if the mother has had prior uterine surgery (c-section, myomectomy or other). Talk to your mfm/ob doctor asap to get to the bottom of this! ...Read more
34 weeks pregnant tomorrow. Off white discharge thin with a very sweet smell. No itching or burning but a slight stabbing pain at cervix?
Discharge: Although I would let your OB provider know, as long as you are not having cramps or bleeding I do not think this requires immediate attention. I would let your provider know in the AM. ...Read more
Why does under my right rib feel numb, burning and tingling and painful from pregnancy? What is causing this? Is it the baby or uterus? I'm 34 weeks.
Normal...: It is common to have some skin numbness and tingling of the belly during the third trimester - it is related to the stretching of the skin (and the nerves in the skin). This should resolve over time after delivery. If the pain is extreme or there are any other symptoms, be sure to notify your OB. Congratulations! ...Read more
Burning pain in right groin when sitting or lying down. Rest of hip and leg aches some when sitting.Less pain when standing walking. Pregnant. Causes?
Unlikely Hip: Typical hip pain that stems from arthritis is usually not described as "burning". However, nerve pain, (called neuropathy) is commonly described by patients as burning, tingling, electrical. The location of your pain in the groin is similar to where hip joint pain would be felt, but your description of the pain gives me the sense that this is a nerve. Arthritis also has stiffness involved. ...Read more
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