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Im currently 40 weeks +2 days having a lot of bad gas, back pain, pelvic pain and period like cramping in stomach am i in labor should I go to hospital?

Im currently 40 weeks +2 days having a lot of bad gas, back pain, pelvic pain and period like cramping in stomach am i in labor should I go to hospital?

PLEASE CALL YOUR OB: Asap all ?S at your stage of pregnancy should never be asked here 1st, your doc would wientt to know what is going on with you, if you were my patient, i would send you to l;d to be evaluated but you must call your doc now. ...Read more

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Pelvic Pain (Definition)

The pelvic region refers to the lowermost portion of the abdomen, below the level of the umbilicus, and most often in the lowermost portions of the abdomen, on the sides and centrally. Discomfort, in various forms (stabbing , cramping, aching, ...Read more

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I have had bloating and gas alone with left pelvic pain. After vagianal and top pelvis ultrasound and a CT scan without contrast the e r doctor said ultrasound showed a left ovary cyst that should clear on it own. Ct scan normal. With these test would it

I have had bloating and gas alone with left pelvic pain. After vagianal and top pelvis ultrasound and a CT scan without contrast the e r doctor said ultrasound showed a left ovary cyst that should clear on it own. Ct scan normal. With these test would it

I assume he ruled: Out bowel problems, you could have endometriosis or adhesions or other problems that would not necessarily show up on those tests you need to see your gyn as you may need a laparoscpy or robot, and it depends how big and what kind of cyst they found, either way see your gyn asap. ...Read more

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Managing Chronic Pelvic Pain (Checklist)

Practice stress reduction techniques
Once
Avoid tight fitting and restrictive clothing
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Avoid activities that strain or tighten pelvic floor
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Increase fluid intake until urine is clear
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Can gas and constipation cause lower pelvic pain? It feels like shooting pains on both sides of my pelvis

Yes: Pain and discomfort related to gas and/or constipation can certainly cause lower abdominal pain and shooting-type pain. Some women can also have these types of symptoms related to ovulation. This is know as Mittelschmerz and is one-sided. ...Read more

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Managing Chronic Pelvic Pain (Checklist)

Exercise
Daily
Rule out an infection
Yearly
Don't ignore pain
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Pelvic pain right side all day today. Its sharp then when I have to pass gas pain gets worser . What can it be it hurts . Ii don't insurance.

Watch closely: You always have to think about an appendicitis with right sided pain. A ruptured cyst could also cause this sort of pain but will usually gradually improve. There are many other less common possibilities. If it doesn't start to improve or you get other symptoms (like fever, nausea, vomiting) you will need to be seen. ...Read more

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I have excessive foul smelling gas that words cannot describe with occasional abd pain and lower left pelvic pain ?

I have excessive foul smelling gas that words cannot describe with occasional abd pain and lower left pelvic pain ?

Gastrointestinal dz: Sounds like you have a gastrointestinal problem, could be an infection, possibly irritable bowel syndrome, or diverticular disease, but could be due to food allergies/sensitivities. You should see a gastroenterologist. Consider starting to modify your diet- and try to see if certain foods (flour products, milk products) seem to trigger the pain and gas. ...Read more

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Gas (Definition)

"gas" is, of course, a phase of matter - the air we breathe is a gas. In a medical context, "gas" can refer to having too much gas in the bowels, causing burping, or cramping in the belly. It also can refer to flatulence, ...Read more

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