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Is it normal to have pelvic pain in the 2nd trimester?

Is it normal to have pelvic pain in the 2nd trimester?

Growing baby: Most often the weight of the growing baby can contribute to discomfort in the pelvic area. Also, a woman's body is changing throughout the pregnancy and some of the joints and ligaments are changing as well which can cause pain. If you experience bleeding or severe pain it is important to tell your physician. ...Read more

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Dr. Luis Gonzalez
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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 had a oophorectomy the end of April and have had an increase in pelvic pain. is this normal?

No: If your pain is worse, then it may not have been from your ovary. On the other hand, there may bee some adhesions from the surgery. You need to discus this with your GYN. ...Read more

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I've had severe pelvic pain since childbirth. Is this normal?

I've had severe pelvic pain since childbirth. Is this normal?

Can be: 40s has "severe pelvic pain" since undergoing childbirth, which is a significant mechanical force that can stretch & permanently injure sacroiliac joint ligaments. Pain generation from these injured ligaments can radiate to the mid-pelvis. Chronic lower back pain, dyspareunia & Interstitial Cystitis are other potential consequences of sacroiliac joint instability. ...Read more

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Is pelvic pain in pregnancy normal?

Is pelvic pain in pregnancy normal?

Sometimes: As the uterus grows in pregnancy some degree of discomfort is expected, but if the symptoms become worse in a very short period or time or if they are much worse than your previous pregnancy you should consult your physician quickly to rule out any other abnormalities. Continue close follow up with your physician! ...Read more

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