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Doctor insights on: Is It Normal To Have So Much Discomfort In The Pelvic Area At 33 Weeks

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Hi i'm 33 weeks pregnant n I have pelvic pains diarrhe, high temperature headaches?

Hi i'm 33 weeks pregnant n I have pelvic pains diarrhe, high temperature  headaches?

Pelvic Pain/ Fever: You need to see your OB as soon as possible.You may have a serious infection that may compromise you and your baby. ...Read more

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Pregnant 33 weeks , peeing all the time and pelvic soreness. Contractions on and off?

Pregnant 33 weeks , peeing all the time and pelvic soreness. Contractions on and off?

See doctor timely...: Glad you have come this far for current pregnancy. Is this your first or recurrent one? For peeing all the time alone, it is good idea to be checked so to assure no UTI. If having similar symptoms in prior pregnancy, you got ideas what these could be. So, it is reasonable to go to see your ob-gyn doctor for confirmation & counseling timely. Best wish to your pregnancy and health... ...Read more

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I'm 33 weeks, I've spent the last 8 weeks in & out of l&D unit here. But my contraction, pelvic pressure & Contractions don't go away. This is my seco?

I'm 33 weeks, I've spent the last 8 weeks in & out of l&D unit here. But my contraction, pelvic pressure & Contractions don't go away. This is my seco?

Where is your OB MD?: If you are being seen at each of those L & D visits by a OB MD who is concerned about premature labor and is still following you, so be it. If not, your first step is an ongoing relationship with an OB MD who can make the determination that these contractions are prodromal/"false" labor. and can offer good future advice. ...Read more

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Im 33 weeks pregnant lost abit of like snot discharge been having so much pain down below and in my pelvis what do I do? And brown discharge spots

Mucous plug: You may have lost your mucous plug which could be a sign of early labor if no bleeding problably ok but should call your OB and get checked. ...Read more

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Im in my 3rd trimester & have been experiencing increased pain in my pelvic & hip bones. My dr says this is normal, but how can I ease the pain?

Pregnagncy belt: This pain is common, caused by the joints being more lax in pregnancy and not easy to relieve. Some patients find wearing a pregnancy belt helps because it stabilizes the pelvic bones. Also stretching, yoga, tylenol, (acetaminophen) ice and heat may help. You may wear the belt at night also or prop lots of pillows around and between your legs and hips. Hang in there...Pregnancy only seems like forever! ...Read more

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I'm 33 weeks pregnant and havin horrible pelvic pressure and pain my obgyn said it was just how the baby was sitting but could it be something else?

I'm 33 weeks pregnant and havin horrible pelvic pressure and pain my obgyn said it was just how the baby was sitting but could it be something else?

Your OB should: Know your situtaion, it could be that, it could be some pubic symphysis separation which can be very painful, but if you were my pt., i would do an ultrasound on your to check everything to make sure no problems with the uterus, baby or placenta and make sure u are not having any premature labor. ...Read more

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I'm almost 33 weeks pregnant I works a 10 and a Half shift last night my back is hurting off and on and I'm having really bad pelvic pain I'm crying?

Pregnancy pain: Long shifts with standing at 32-33 weeks pregnant can cause back pain secondary to the increased forward center of gravity and strain on back muscles and tendons. See your obstetric physician if this continues. It is unlikely to mean uterine contractions, but this needs to be checked by a professional. ...Read more

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I'm 33 weeks pregnant yet I'm measuring 40. I do have placenta praevia and a small pelvis. Does that mean I'll have the baby early?

I'm 33 weeks pregnant yet I'm measuring 40.  I do have placenta praevia and a small pelvis. Does that mean I'll have the baby early?

Yes: Woman who have placent previa are usually delivered a little early to avoid the risk of labor. Labor with a placenta previa can cause severe bleeding. Exactly when will be determined by your Ob/Gyn who knows your situation fully. Its a complex decision and many factors must be taken into account. Best wishes! ...Read more