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Low Pelvic Pressure In Early Pregnancy
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Almost 18week twin pregnancy (first time mom), sharp pains in vagina and pelvic presure is this normal? VERY WORRIED!
Early pregnancy and blood pressures really low. Is there anything i can do to higher it up or take anything for the dizziness or shakiness?
Low BP: There is nothing you should or could or should take to raise your BP . You need to increase your fluid intake & perhaps increase your salt intake a little bit . That will make thirsty & you woild want to drink . Avoid Soda drinks , they will actually dehydrate you . If having problems with Nausea, talk to our doctors about it . Salted Saltine crackers will help the nausea & give you some salt . ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can be: Some women feel pressure from early in their pregnancy and others none at all. The pressure sensation is usually due to the expanding uterus putting pressure on the pelvis and/or ligaments stretching. Increasing intensity of the pressure or waxing/waning may indicate contractions and would trigger a call to your doctor or going in for a check. Good wishes:) ...Read more
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