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Lot Of Pelvic Pressure Show Closed At Last Exam But 41 Wk Pregnant
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
Im 20 weeks preg.W/my last baby had preterm labor from 28 weeks on that began w/ pelvic pressure.I am again feeling a lot.Am i in preterm labor again?
Possibly: Having had an early, preterm delivery (ptd) w/ your last pregnancy, you are @ increased risk of having another ptd. Sometimes pressure is what heralds pt labor. You should alert your ob. Also, i would be following the length of your cervix; offering you Progesterone injections since 16wks; doing a test called fetal fibronectin beginning at 22wks. ...Read more
Us shows no sign of pregnancy. 36 yrs old. Had tubal liagation. Last (painful )intercourse3 months ago. Pelvic pain, hCG every 48 hours has been 280, 218, 1500, 1612, 1882. Dr. Wants to keep following. Are we waisting time?
Possibly: If you've had a tubal ligation, then the chances of a tubal pregnancy are fairly high. The slow rate of rise of the hormone levels indicates that this may not be be a healthy pregnancy. Yes, you should push for an ultrasound for a diagnosis to establish a treatment plan. If your doctor is not willing to order one you may need to get another opinion, particular if you are having significant pain. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
On last pill Bactrim (sulfamethoxazole and trimethoprim) 4 UTI, 5 day course. No culture. 2day urine shows no infection but low back pain & pelvic pressure persist. what's wrong?
Need a workup: The investigation may include a consideration of interstitial cystitis and several other illnesses. ...Read more
37 weeks pregnant i know its normal to have a lot of pelvic pressure but when is it to much pressure?
38 weeks pregnant,very ichy all over,a lot of pelvic pressure,is this something to worry about, I saw inching can be bad ?
Need testing, dx, Rx: It would be wise to contact your obstetrical team to report your symptoms and have some blood tests (liver functions tests, bile acids and bile salts etc... ) to rule out a condition called "cholestasis of pregnancy". Evaluating the wellbeing of your fetus (sonogram, amniotic fluid index, non-stress test and biophysical profile) would also be recommended. ...Read more
37 weeks pregnant and 2 CM dilated and 50% effaced. lot of pelvic pressure and back pain. 3rd pregnancy and have went 2-3 weeks early. Am I in labor?
I am experiencing moderate to severe back pain I have had degenerative disc disease fro about 8 years the pain is now in my hips and going down my legs it feels like I have a lot of pelvic pressure and have to urinate a lot is there anything i can do to g
DDD: Whomever told you that you have ddd may have missed the problem. Extreme pain in a young person from "ddd" is rare. If "ddd" is multiple levels, you have scheuermann's disease most likely. If single level, you likely have some sort of instability or stress fracture, infection, or other abnormality. I would suggest another opinion before i relegated myself to this diagnosis the rest of my life. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I am 35 weeks pregnant and have been experiencing a lot of pelvic pressure, some contraction appr 4 an hour and severe vaginal pain and some slight wetness in my underwear not caused by incontinence. Is this preterm labor? Should i go to the hospital?
Call for a ride now: At any gestational age, a patient with persistent wetness or gush of fluid should see an er or OB provider to determine if rupture of membranes (rom), in labor, etc. The same applies if pelvic pressure, pain and contractions. Often nurse or on-call physician will see her and admit for evaluation or, if rom at 35 weeks, for probable labor and delivery. I tell my patients to not delay by eating, etc. ...Read more
I am 39 week and two days pregnant last three days sharp pelvic pain and back pain is my problem is anything serious?
I have lower pelvic pain on my right side it has only been 2 weeks since I got my IUD taken out can I b pregnant? Will a over-the-counter twst show
Yes.: As soon as an iud is removed, you are immediately fertile again. So, it is possible you are pregnant. Home pregnancy tests are generally reliable, so if you think you might be pregnant, it would be a good idea to take the test. If the pain becomes severe, consider visiting your doctor. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I'm 38 weeks I'm 4cm 80 effaced with lots of pressure and pelvic pain I was in the hos. For 9 hrs the other day with no progress should I call my dr?
Term: Not yet until frequent contractions and/or loss of mucous plug ...Read more
Hi I'm 38 weeks pregnant alot of pelvic pressure and I wasn't dialted at my last ob what can I do ?
I just made 36 weeks i've been having contracttions cramps pelvic pressure. But not dialated. I also have a lot fluid. Do I have a choice of csection?
Elective cesarean: Elective cesarean depends on the practitioner. If they do allow this, they should discuss the risks and implications on future pregnancies. ...Read more
EXPERIENCING S/S OF PREGNANCY I KNOW IS STILL TO EARLY TO TEST HAD A DRINK LAST NIGHT WITH MY HUSBAND AND EXPERIENCED RIGHT OVARIAN/PELVIC PAIN?
Pelvic pain: Pelvic pain is complex as there are several organs in the pelvis. The ovaries, fallopian tubes, uterus, cervix, bladder, appendix, intestines, colon and rectum can all be the source. Pelvic pain requires and examination to help organize the evaluation. If you think you might be pregnant check then check a home pregnancy test. They are cheap, reliable and available at any pharmacy. ...Read more
I'm 35 weeks and 5 days pregnant i'm having menstrual like cramps a lot and pelvic pressure. What could that be?
Mild pain or pressure in pelvis (lower abdomen) is a symptom that can be due to a variety of causes, including issues with the gut, bladder, and for females, organs such as ...Read more