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Dr. Christopher Powers
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Im 36 weeks pregnant and having strange sharp pain in vagina area ?

Dr. Christopher Powers
Board Certified, Obstetrics and Gynecology
18 years in practice
330K people helped
Im 36 weeks pregnant and having strange sharp pain in vagina area ?

Don't worry: Your uterus is now sufficiently large that it is exerting significant pressure on sensitive pelvic tissue that is not used to having such pressure applied. Moreover, as your baby moves in your womb, the pressure points may change. You can help the situation somewhat with a good maternity belt, which will help support the "load", and by avoiding prolonged standing. ...Read more

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Dr. Diane Minich
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36 weeks pregnant constant back pain and mild cramping and sharp electric like shooting pains in vagina?

Dr. Diane Minich
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36 weeks pregnant constant back pain and mild cramping and sharp electric like shooting pains in vagina?

Call doctor and get: checked. It could be labor or an infection. ...Read more

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Dr. Jan Lei Iwata
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Im 36 weeks pregnant and have bad pain in my vagina. it's constant and it hurts for me to move. what do i do.

Dr. Jan Lei Iwata
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Im 36 weeks pregnant and have bad pain in my vagina. it's constant and it hurts for me to move. what do i do.

Call OB/GYN office: and report your pain to them so it's documented and your doctor is aware of your discomfort, to recommend what to do to bring relief. You want to keep an open line of communication open with your OB doctor as you move thru your pregnancy. ...Read more

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Dr. Tracy Lovell
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Im 36 weeks pregnant and I have a lot of pain in my vagina and my bum and sometimes it hurts so bad i can't walk. Is this a sign of going into labour?

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Im 36 weeks pregnant and I have a lot of pain in my vagina and my bum and sometimes it hurts so bad i can't walk. Is this a sign of going into labour?

See below: It could that baby is down low and that is why you feeling the pressure---when in doubt contact your OB know. ...Read more

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Dr. Henry Jacobs
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Im 36 weeks pregnant and my vagina hurts and there is a milky discharge what does this mean?

Dr. Henry Jacobs
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Im 36 weeks pregnant and my vagina hurts and there is a milky discharge what does this mean?

Usually nothing: Get checked to rule out: 1-vaginal infection 2-premature cervix dilation 3-if it watery, could be a leak in the bag of waters usually nothing. ...Read more

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Dr. Michele Bucciero
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I have pain in lower stomach and lower pelivic area before my vagina and its a constant pain and im 36 weeks pregnant ?

Dr. Michele Bucciero
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I have pain in lower stomach and lower pelivic area before my vagina and its a constant pain and im 36 weeks pregnant ?

See your doctor: Any pain in pregnancy that is constant and does not improve with rest should be reported to your physician and evaluated. ...Read more

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Dr. Martin Raff
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I have skin tag looking bumps around my vagina. But they aren't blisters.. Im worried it can be std. Im 36 weeks pregnant.

Dr. Martin Raff
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? HPV: It is possible these are viral warts due to hpv, but without seeing them this is just a guess. Strongly suggest seeing your obstetrician and not leaving this to chance. ...Read more

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Dr. Gary Greenly
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I had diarrhea and had a gush of liquid come out of my vagina, did my water break? I'm 36 weeks pregnant.

Dr. Gary Greenly
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I had diarrhea and had a gush of liquid come out of my vagina, did my water break? I'm 36 weeks pregnant.

Potentially: If you are still on line...Seek medical attention immediately. ...Read more

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Dr. Joel Rivera Jimenez
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Help! I have burning sensation in the vagina when 36 weeks pregnant?

Dr. Joel Rivera Jimenez
Board Certified, Obstetrics and Gynecology
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Help! I have burning sensation in the vagina when 36 weeks pregnant?

Vaginal infection: Burning sensation in the vaginal could be a sign of a viral or bacterial infection. Herpes for example causes burning sensation of the vulva or vagina. Being pregnant, with hormonal changes can also cause those sensations as well. Have your obgyn examine you and do some cultures if necessary. ...Read more

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Dr. Karen Jones
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36 weeks pregnant 4cm dilated 50% effaced, ui, menstrual-like cramps lost mucus plus 1wk ago. Feeling of movement in vagina. Pains in groin. Hospital?

Dr. Karen Jones
Board Certified, Obstetrics and Gynecology
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Likely soon: I tell my patients that when they are having painful contractions every 5 minutes for at least an hour or break the bag of water it's time to go to the hospital. I also tell them if they think the baby is coming to get checked. ...Read more

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