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Homeopathy Pregnancy Delivery Labor Pain
What homeopathy medicine can I use in the 9th month of pregnancy to have an easy delivery and reduce labor pain?
Arn., Caul., Cimic.&..: A double-blind study done in 1987 showed women taking 12c potencies of caulophyllum, arnica, pulsatilla, gelsemium & cimicifuga 3x/week in the 9th month experienced 40% less time in labor! there are also a variety of remedies one can take during labor as indicated to ease the birthing process. Homeopathy is totally safe to take when pregnant. See http://www. Elixirs. Com/faq. Htm for more info. ...Read more
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
Hi, is it possible to have an labor pain even if I had abortion on the 9th week of pregnancy? (01/27/13) have lots of pain for 2days now.
Is constant pain in lumbar left side normal in 40th week of pregnancy? No signs of active labor. Pain doesn't allow for waking and sitting.
Not normal but seen: Constant back pain limiting basic activities of daily living (e.g. Walking or sitting) isn't normal; not even at 40 week of pregnancy. The weight gain, the "basketball" & surge in hormone preparing pelvic bones for delivery may contribute to the problem. Constant severe activity limiting pain should be discussed with ob. C-section is considered as the condition may interfere w/ vaginal delivery. ...Read more
What are the risks of the mother if the Uterus tries to push out the baby at 5th month of pregnancy giving the mother unbearable mini labor pain.
Minimal: The risk to the mother is minimal most of the time. The risk to the fetus is significant at that gestational age. Prematurity and it's side effects is very serious. ...Read more
Premenstrual cramps?: No woman knows she is 2 weeks pregnant, at the time she is 2 weeks pregnant. That is because she is conceiving at that time (we count from the beginning of the last menstrual period, so 2 weeks is about when ovulation occurs). A woman can only look back in time after confirming her pregnancy at about 4-5 weeks pregnant, to see what she was doing 2-3 weeks earlier when she was 2 weeks pregnant. ...Read more
Its my 8th month of pregnancy m so worriedabt labour pain and birth plz suggest me sumthng to ease my labour pain nd for normal vaginal birth. Thnx?
Yes it is normal: Yes it is normal to have labor pains during delivery. ...Read more
I am having period like cramps and I am 36 weeks pregnant but when I go to labor and delivery thy say I am just dehydrated could it be real labor pain?
YOu should: Be discussing this with your OB! The only way to tell is to get on monitor either in your ob's offcie or the labor room, if u were my pt and u are not in labor I would offer to induce u at 39 weeks the earliest time it is acceptable to do an elective induction, I frequently do that and my pts are so happy they don't have to suffer any more, it is safe and works 99% of the time when I do it. ...Read more
Ask your OB: If you don't have an OB then if will become apparent when the contractions are strong and come regularly--only a few minutes apart. If you don't have an OB and you are pregnant you should find one or call a clinic that will set you up with prenatal care and will follow you thru your pregnancy. ...Read more
Not usually: Epidural pain relief for labor is intentionally kept on the lighter side, so that ideally the mother can move easily and sometimes even walk around. Lighter pain relief also enables her to push effectively when the time comes. If a c-section is needed, then the epidural is dosed at a higher level to provide complete relief of pain. Talk to the anesthesiologist for more information. ...Read more
Constant vs contract: Appendicitis is at first a generalized pain that starts in the peri umbilical area. As the appendix ruptures the pain may move from the right side groin area to the whole abdomen. Patients lay still because of pain. Labor pains are contractions of uterine muscle. They increase as a method for delivery of a baby and subside after delivery. Patients are moving constantly to try to get relief. ...Read more
Cramp: I would not describe labor pains as sharp or a dull ache. It is more like a cramp. If you have ever had a calf cramp...Picture that on your abdomen. ...Read more
What are the ways to start natural labor pain rather then inducing. I'm 39 weeks 3 days pregnant.
Is a epidural that is given during a csection different then the one used for labor pain. If so, what makes it different?
I always have intense menstrual cramp evry mon which lasts 2 days. Now am preg and expecting baby in nov. Am I abl to mang labor pain without medicatn?
Sure: Labor is painful but if you are determined to go natural there should be no reason why you can't. Be sure to have some coping skills practiced up for when you are in labor - birthing classes teach these. And you can always change your mind mid-labor (unless baby is coming too fast). ...Read more
See below: "back labor" refers to the pain and discomfort that laboring women experience in their lower back. Although most women will feel a degree of achiness or slight cramping in the back at some point during labor, about a quarter of all women report experiencing severe discomfort in the lower back that is most intense during contractions and often painful between contractions. ...Read more
Not to worry:
Everyone is different. Some people have a high tolerance for pain and some people cannot tolerate a needle stick for a blood test.
You should ask your OB about an epidural and request this when you are in active labor (frequent and strong contractions). This will enable you to tolerate the contractions but still be able to move and experience labor. ...Read more
Labor pains: Labor pains = rhythmic uterine contractions that occur during delivery and cause discomfort/ pain. ...Read more
I'll say "No": Please be sure that your delivery team - OBGYN/Midwife/Doula/Etc. - know about your GAD and that they know your fear and the medications you take, etc. That will help them be prepared to help you through the delivery. They may talk with you about being awake or not. Whatever they suggest, you can discuss and come to agreement. It will be okay however you do it. A fair number of women have made it ...Read more
I'm 33 weeks pregnant... Which month is this and when will my 9 month start? When can I expect the labor pain to start?
A pregnancy: Usually last for 40 weeks. So you have 6-7-8 weeks to go. Are u under an obgyn care? Seems to me ur not as it is the obgyn you should talk all this things with. ...Read more
How can I help the pain from my endometriosis and ovarian cysts it's so painful it feels like labor pains once in awhile?
Problematic: Twenties female desperate for relief "endometriosis and ovarian cyst" pain has likely heard the orthodox theories of pain arousal ; treatments. Imo there is concern for iatrogenic pain-generator intestinal adhesions resulting from "endometriosis" surgeries. Status of pelvic joint stability is of concern because joint hypermobility, endometriosis, ibs, ; fibromyalgia are all markedly associated. ...Read more
By the situation...: The pain feels more or less the same. The only way to be sure is to know what medication you are being given. For example, iof you have been given pitocin (oxytocin) to induce labor, your pain is induced. If your water bag breaks in WallMart and you start having labor pain, it is natural labor pain. There is no other way to know. Best wishes! ...Read more
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