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I Am 7 Weeks Pregnant And My Back Hurts
I am 7 weeks pregnant and had a bit of stretchy yellow discharge. It has no odor, and no itching or burning. I've had some cramps and lower back pain. Is this normal?
Pregnancy symptoms : Discharge is very common in pregnancy but mostly it is white and not associated with odor, irritation or itching. I recommend that you see your Ob to have yours evaluated. Cramping is common in the 1st few months of pregnancy but should be tolerable. See your dr if it's becoming unbearable. ...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
I'm almost 7 weeks pregnant and have had disabling back pain for about 3 weeks. Is this because of the pregnancy? Please help
I am 7 weeks pregnant, had slight brown spotting and back pain, went to ER on Weds ( HX of miscarriages). Ultra sou8nd shows everything is fine no sig?
What's the question?: What does the ultrasound actually show? And blood tests? And exam? If they show that the gestational sac/fetal pole is present and cervix is closed without evidence of inevitable miscarriage, and you haven't bled since, there are probably no long-term significance to your pregnancy (is that what you are asking for by "sig"?) ...Read more
Sure: A woman's body goes through all sort of changes during pregnancy. Try laying down flat on your back and relaxing for a while. It is important to get lots of rest during early pregnancy. If the rest is not helpful enough, it is safe to take Tylenol (acetaminophen) (in limited amounts) throughout pregnancy. ...Read more
I'm 7 weeks pregnant is it ok for me to use the icy hot roll on my lower back for muscle and back pain?
Is it normal to have menstrual like cramps at 7 weeks pregnant accompanied by back pain on the right side? I lift kids a lot so am I doing too much?
Yes: please see your obstetrician asap, evaluation is warranted, take it easy in the interim, good luck ...Read more
Is cramping at 7 weeks pregnant normal my pregnancy is normal and i dnt bleed they go off and on also with lil back pain should i worry?
41 years old for the last three years I have had 3 miscarriage im 7 weeks pregnant now could this be an other one :( my breast are not sore, no back pain no cramping just a test that says im pregnant i don't fell pregnant could i be loosing this one as
Be patient.: Some women never fully get over the nausea of pregnancy until delivery. Be patient - most women report improvement after 14 weeks. Backaches should improve with massage and tylenol (acetaminophen) - if they do not, or are associated with any fever or pain in your flanks please see your obstetrician asap as that could be an indication of kidney infection (pyelonephritis) that can be very serious. Take folic acid! ...Read more
Well i when to the ER two days ago and they told me i was pregnant but they didn't tell me how long i was in my pregnancy so im really scared ecause i don't now sicknesses in the morning nd my back hurts nd they didn't gives me a medicine for that can u h
Hello, : Hello, they may have done a pregnancy test that shows if you are pregnant or not but does not give specific levels of HCG (that could help to date the pregnancy). So, now you know you are pregnant. The next thing to do is to make an appointment with an obstetrician. The obstetrician will be able to help develop a time table for how far along you are in your pregnancy. Make sure to let your obstetrician know that you are experiencing morning sickness and some back aches, so that she or he can make appropriate recommendations. Please ensure that you take prenatal vitamins and that you avoid alcohol in the meantime. ...Read more
Physics & nerve pain: 1) your center of gravity changes with weight and bulk being added to the front of your body, so you and your spine adjust to accommodate thus. 2)your pelvis enlarges and the sacro-iliac joints (where pelvic bones and spine join) are stretched. 3) direct internal back pressure from enlarged uterus. These factors can all activate pain sensors in your sensory nerves causing sensation of pain. ...Read more
My back hurts on and off during this pregnancy, im 6 weeks pregnant, is there something to worry about. The pain is very dull and comes and goes.?
38 1/2 weeks pregnant and when i wake up through the night my back hurts so bad i can hardly roll over? 50% effaced and dilated 2 1/2 3 days ago..
Please clarify: Unfortunately you failed to ask a question and this is a repeated statement that has been repeatedly answered already here on health tap. Your situation is normal. You will be a mother soon. But when that will happen cannot be guessed. ...Read more
What medicine should I take to increase my fertility? Also i my lower back hurts a lot what should I take for that and is this effecting on pregnancy?
Maybe a coincident: Painful urination and low back ache are more likely to be signs of a urinary tract infection ( bladder or kidney infection) . If you are concerned about pregnancy a pregnancy test should be performed. In addition to that, a urine test should be done to rule out a bladder or kidney infection. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I'm 4 months pregnant my left side of my back hurts close to my butt cheek i can't walk or bend down i can't do nothing ?
Sciatica: This definitely sounds like sciatica based on the distribution of pain that you are describing. There are many treatments for this in pregnancy including: chiropractor, acupuncture, massage, warm compresses, prenatal yoga and stretching exercises. Good luck. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Ive only had sex Aug29-1st had June n Jul period skipped aug now late for sept now naseau n back hurts could i be pregnant?
Of course you could!: "Stomach pain" can be caused by lots of things & may indeed originate outside the GI tract. Further evaluation is in order before anyone can answer "what to do." Your doctor will want to re-examine you as well as know the quality, timing, duration, exact location, & associations (eating, position, activity, stooling, urinating) of your symptoms to better direct the next appropriate testing. ...Read more
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