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Cramping At 34 Weeks Pregnant
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 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 more
I am 34 weeks pregnant and am having a constant cramping feeling for about the past ten minutes is that normal?
Braxton Hicks Contra:
These cramps if they feel like menstrual like cramps are due to irregular contractions called braxton hicks contractions
but I will still advice you contact your OB doctor and get his/her advice as they know your case and can ask you some questions to make sure that's what it may be. ...Read more
Get checked out now: It could be just a stomach flu and some dehydration, but headache and nausea late in pregnancy can also be a sign of a more serious complication called "pre-eclampsia" or "toxemia, " or even possibly preterm labor. Call your OB or go to your hospital labor and delivery ward right away to get this checked out today. ...Read more
34 weeks pregnant. Painful consistant cramping. The baby already dropped and hospital verified. Using the bathroom a lot! Advice? Does this mean labor
Could be labor: But the only way to tell if it is labor that is starting to open your cervix is to be checked. Since you are 34 weeks, and we don't want the baby born yet, call your doctor and go in and get checked. Other possibilities is intestinal cramping if you are having constipation or diarrhea. ...Read more
I am 34 weeks pregnant and experiencing bad cramp like pains in my right shin that keep making my toes feel fuzzy what could this be?
Your pregnancy: These are side effects of your pregnancy. First you are carrying extra weight. You have alot of hormones floating around obviously. One of them is loosening your pelvic ligaments. This hormone will actually loosen all ligaments and you may notice your feet becoming flat. This leads to pronation and the over firing of the tibialis anterior muscle causing your shin splints. Arch supports help. ...Read more
I'm 34 weeks pregnant, I hav 3 cramps per day and my cervix is thin, I have a strong diarreha from 3 day, could this be a sign of labor?
I'm 34 weeks pregnant and since last week I have been suffering with loose watery stools with cramping could this be baby getting ready to be born?
I'm 34 weeks pregnant. I've been experiencing stomach cramps and pain in lower stomach area for a couple hours now. It's a constant pain. Any ideas?
Please call your OB: Asap! Could be premature labor, want to make nothing else is going on also not normal to be having those pains, if I was your OB I would instruct you to go to the labor room to be evaluated please call your OB now! ...Read more
My wife is pregnant and has placenta previa and is 34 weeks is now experiencing upper uterine cramping I want to take her to the doctor should i?
Yes: Placenta praevia, which means the placenta overlies the lower segment and/or cervix (opening of the uterus) can bleed, begin to separate from the uterine wall or pose threats to maintaining the pregnancy and proper blood flow to the fetus. Have your wife evaluated as soon as possible. Taking her to her OB doctor or the er is an excellent plan. ...Read more
34 weeks pregnant. Work full time at an embroidery shop 8 hours on foot should I switch to part time? Since ive been getting leg cramps and tired.
Contact doctor: Or midwife promptly.Get a more detailed answer ›
I am 34 weeks pregnant have shortness of breath, cramps and pelvic pressure. Am I in early labour?
Cramps: Sounds like it call your OB gyn. ...Read more
34 weeks pregnant can't keep food down, dizziness, right leg cramp that wakes me in the middle of the night tightening in tummy sometimes painful& I'm cold
Call your Dr.: You need evaluation. It has to be found out why is this happening &it needs to be taken care of. It's not normal. Not keeping food down could get you dehydrated which can be causing cramps &tightening of muscles &dizziness &can affect the baby. The coldness could be because your ill. These are not good on anyone &less on someone pregnant. ...Read more
I'm 34 weeks pregnant and having lower back pain and stomach cramping for the last few days. The more I do the worse the cramping gets. Early labor?
34 weeks pregnant, sharp pains at private area, pelvic pressure, cramps, back pain, no spotting or any discharge and feeling movements very low.
Normal: If you are not bleeding these can be normal symptoms at 34 weeks. ...Read more
34 weeks pregnant no fetal movement 36 hrs cramping in thighs tender tummy and sevre bark like cough?
See your doctor: You need to see our doctor as soon as possible to make sure baby is ok. Need ultrasound if possible. ...Read more
I am 34 weeks pregnant for the last two days have experienced mild cramping, nausea, low back ache, weak and tired, loose stools. This is my 5 preg?
Is it safe to use Hyospasmol during pregnancy - wife in 3rd trimester and has severe cramps and upset stomach?
Need more info: Man things can cause cramping....Need more info....Location, duration, how often, intensity, etc, and a good history and physical exam....I suggest that you check with your family doc/ob/gyn. ...Read more
Please call your OB: All? S like this esp at this point in your pregnancy should be directed to your OB since your OB knows you and your pregnancy, sometimes that can happen at 34 weeks, you meed to make sure you do not keep getting more mucus or that you do not get srom, but your OB should know whether it is the labor day weekend or not if u were my pt I owuld advsie no intercourse as u do not want to cause prematur. ...Read more
Many things: It could be normal pelvic pain that is associated with the baby growing and putting pressure on your pelvis. You must be sure that it is not premature labor so talk with you OB. ...Read more