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Do You Feel Pelvic Pressure In First Month Of Pregnancy
Almost 18week twin pregnancy (first time mom), sharp pains in vagina and pelvic presure is this normal? VERY WORRIED!
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
Why am I feeling baby movements very low as in my pelvic region during 26th week of pregnancy? Anterior lying placenta. First pregnancy.
I've been on the Depo-Provera shot like usual my first shot ill bleed for 3 months straight. 2 shot never bleed except randomly now wit pelvic pressure why?
Probably side effect: Depo-provera can cause irregular bleeding pattern. Often too much bleeding or no bleeding at all. The pressure feeling may be normal too but if it gets worse or is bothering you during each day, it would be best to be checked. So see a doctor or other provider if it keeps up. ...Read more
Minor cp. Tense only when nervous. Weigh 115, 5.5' doc told me that my first pregnancy will be c/s. Why? B/c of my tensing? Sm pelvis? Wont it expand?
25th week of first pregnancy and feeling baby kicks only in the pelvic/ pubic hairline region and sometimes in cervix/vagina. Not low lying placenta.
Baby kicks: Pregnant women will sense the fetal movements in a variety of ways. There is not a correct place to feel movement or an incorrect place. You will feel kicks and movements usually whereever the feet, elbows and arms are located inside of your uterus. The placental location does not change that. ...Read more
I am 37 weeks pregnant and baby hasn't engaged in pelvic cavity this is my first pregnancy. My Doppler scan shows double cord around his neck?
Consult OB regularly: You need to stay in close contact with your OB... ...Read more
First shot of Depo-Provera in march 2013 i'm 15 weeks n my shot and no period yet but having pregnancy symptoms and bad pelvic pain could i be pregnant?
Pelvic/rectal pressure when sitting for a few days.I think I ovulated-first since having baby.Had same things with 1st child for a few cycles.Cause?
Pelvic pain sitting: Pelvic pain/pressure after two deliveries may simply result from the long sitting intervals, with stretched ligaments and less than normal support for your womb. You may have ovulated but this will not cause your symptoms. Your healthcare provider may examine you and find you have slight prolapse of the uterus, made worse when sitting long periods of time. ...Read more
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