Doctor insights on:
Constant Painful Contractions
39w3d. 3 days constant 7min apart very painful contractions. Only 2.5 CM and 50%-sent home twice. Can't eat sleep etc. Due to pain. Help?!
Early labor : All babies come out eventually. Sounds like you are getting very close. Discuss options with your doctor. Good luck. ...Read more
This usually has to do with the onset of labor. It is a muscular tightening of the uterus. Contractions are timed from beginning to end of hardening of the uterus (duration) and from beginning of one contraction until the beginning of the next (frequency). A third descriptor is intensity or how hard ...Read more
I've been having irregular but painful contractions for 2 days now and i'm tired of going to l&d. What does it mean?
Consult Ob/Gyn: At term, you are getting close to labor when contractions are frequent and painful. I you are intolerant of the pain, you need more rest, or consideration for delivery. This is a frustrating condition for patient and doctor. Continue fetal surveillance until a clear plan for delivery. ...Read more
Labor begins!: The process of labor begins slowly and builds up over time. Uterine contractions are initially disorganized and mild are are usually not noticed. As you get closer to the time of delivery, the contractions become better organized and stronger. Try not to worry, the baby will be out very soon! ...Read more
No: When to see the ob/gyn, and or go to labor and delivery. In my community hospital setting, I have patients contact me or l&d and often get an evaluation. Mid-trimester discomforts, "round ligament pain", versus pre-term or term labor can usually be sorted out with a brief history, and physical. However, patients with recurrent painful contractions need to be seen. ...Read more
How long can prodromal labor last? experiencing bouts of regular painful contractions that disappear after a few hours for about 2 weeks. I'm 36w6d
Hang in there!: This phase of your pregnancy can be accompanied with bouts of contractions. this is common. Make sure you are drinking enough water and staying in touch with your physician. Active labor could happen any time, but may still be a ways off. Hang in there! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
40 weeks, steady, painful contractions 5-6 mins apart, 2cm dialated &' 60% effaced. Passing bloody show. &' still Got sent home? Why?
Contractions: Usually you get watched and monitored for a couple of hours and if you are making no changes then you are sent home with precautions, meaning reasons to come back to the hospital. You weren't making any progress and your baby looked good so your doctor felt it was early labor and you didn't need to be in the hospital yet. Good luck, babies always come out, they never stay in! ...Read more
I am 33wks pregnant with my 2nd child, I have been having painful contractions ever since I started having a toothache 2 days ago. Could this be cause?
I am 38 weeks dilated to 2 and 80% efffaced, I have very painful contractions every 5 mins. Time to go in?
Yes: It is highly likely you'll be admitted for delivery. Sometimes, on arrival at l&d, the contractions diminish and if all is fine with baby after an hour of monitoring the baby's heart, you could go home. For most, it may be time to break the bag of water and proceed to the process of birth. ...Read more
37weekspreg.Regular painful contractions for over 24hrs.Was sent home from the hospital cervix hadn't changed.Now only having random contractions.Why?
What did your OB: Say your OB should have explained that sometimes you can have false labor , if it was the real labor the cervix would have changed and they would not have become less frequent , but you could go into labor anytime, so if they get regular again or your water breaks ( even if you are having no contractions) you need to call your ob. ...Read more
I've recently noticed thick, red bleeding after orgasm (external stimulation) as well as painful contractions. I'm taking seasonale, no other problems?
Check up: If you have bleeding after sex, you should see a doctor. Most likely is that the bleeding is coming from the cervix, and one would want to make sure that you don't have a polyp or lesion on the cervix that's the cause of this bleeding. Less likely is it's coming from the uterus, thought that is still a possiblity. On seasonale, your lining could be thin and be cause of bleed. Get a checkup! ...Read more
Cervix was 4cm at 21weeks and 1.5cm at 22 weeks and lost pregnancy at 22 weeks. Is my cervix Incompetent? I had painful contractions hourly
I'm 40 wks & 1 cm. Bloody show and painful contractions/back pain for 2hrs. Never less than five min.,& 20 sec. Braxton hicks? Why did labor die off?
38+5 weeks pregnant experiencing non painful contractions i walk or turn over in bed it is very painful it brings me tears. 4cm 80% 4 days ago
Always had painful contractions on the first day of my menstrual cycle but never fever symptoms. Recently i started having fever symptom. Is it normal?
Can be: It can be normal to have some fluctuations of temperature as part of a woman's cycle. If it is cyclical, it's likely hormonal. If this is the first time, make sure there's nothing else that could be cause of fever (no body aches, severe fatigue, nausea/vomiting, etc.) it's still flu season and i wouldn't want you to not be treated for something that could be infectious, rather than hormonal. ...Read more
37 weeks preg. Painful contractions for a week, a lot of pressure dilated to a two 50% effaced how much longer till labor. In pain and miserable?
No one can tell but: Look for the following: contractions 5 min apart for one hour, bleeding, water breaking and fetal movement change. Notify your doctor. ...Read more
I've been having spotting after sex and irregular periods, sometimes I get pains that feel like painful contractions, what cld this be? I dnt hve a dr
- Talk to a doctor online
- Remedies for constant painful contractions
- Home remedies for constant painful contractions
- Painful contractions
- Constant braxton hicks contractions
- Painful contractions at 32 weeks
- Painful braxton hicks contractions
- Painful contractions at 34 weeks
- Dilation to five without painful contractions
- Herbal treatment for constant painful contractions