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Lower & upper back, shoulder, leg and pelvic pain during pregnancy. What can help this?

Lower & upper back, shoulder, leg and pelvic pain during pregnancy. What can help this?

Swimming or exercise: pregnancy hormones loosen ligaments and joints causing imbalance almost all over the body. Strengthen your muscles with a global exercise like one during swimming. ...Read more

Dr. Daniel Saurborn
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Pregnancy (Definition)

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


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6 weeks pregnant.severe pelvic pain.everything and baby is gd.could this be IBS that worsen during pregnancy.plz help don't wana lose this baby?

6 weeks pregnant.severe pelvic pain.everything and baby is gd.could this be IBS that worsen during pregnancy.plz help don't wana lose this baby?

Severe pain: Severe pain is always worrisome. It could be IBS but it could also be something as severe as a twisted ovary or a tubal pregnancy. See a doctor ASAP. Be safe. ...Read more

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I have been having pelvic pain and I haven't had a period for 2 months. Every pregnancy test I take is negative. What conditions could cause this?

I have been having pelvic pain and I haven't had a period for 2 months. Every pregnancy test I take is negative. What conditions could cause this?

Ectopic Pregnancy?: There is a long list of possible causes. The most serious cause would be an ectopic pregnancy. Since this is on the list, you need to see your doc and get a blood pregnancy test ASAP because it can be quite serious. Best wishes! ...Read more

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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?

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 more

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Is pelvic pain in pregnancy normal?

Yes: Pelvic pain or pelvic pressure can be normal in pregnancy. However, it can also be an indication of a more severe problems such as a tubal pregnancy or a bleeding ovarian cyst. In later trimesters the pubic bone can stretch or even separate, also cause pain with walking. Lastly ovarian cysts can occur and twist, call torsion. Any time you have severe pelvic pain you should see your gynecologist. ...Read more

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My Wife is experiencing pregnancy loss and pelvic pain.

My Wife is experiencing  pregnancy loss and pelvic pain.

GYN MD needed: Your wife needs to see a GYN MD to sort out the source of the pelvic pain and determine the cause of the pregnancy loss if possible. ...Read more

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Is pelvic pain & pain in left side of vagina normal in pregnancy & after OS tightening?

Check contractions: After Cervical Os tightening called cerclage, it is common to have contractions. Please. Get checked for contractions. This may manifest as pelvic pain and pain on the left or right. Get urine checked as well. Good luck. ...Read more

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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?

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

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Im having severe pelvic pain with my pregnancy and I've tried everything. What should I do? Should i goto hospital?

Im having severe pelvic pain with my pregnancy and I've tried everything.  What should I do?  Should i goto hospital?

Phone triage: Most obstetricians have an answering service. Before heading to the hospital call your doctors office and see if he/she will call you back. Certainly there are non urgent causes of pelvic pain in pregnancy like round ligament syndrome. A quick discussion over the phone may be helpful and will take less time than going to the hospital. ...Read more

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I had a very bad pelvic pain, did blookwork for pregnancy negative. Did ultrasound and vagainal one, I never bleeded before but it did yesterday, why?

Unclear: I assume you are saying that you have never bled after a vaginal US and you did yesterday. You had pain. It could have been that you were about to bleed anyway or you could have a cervicitis and the probe irritated the cervix. The explanation depends on the type and amount of bleeding. Be sure to tell your doctor so you can get the vaginal vault / cervix looked at. ...Read more

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Colicky pelvic pain(uterine contraction) is this sure sign of PMS or it may occur in early pregnancy?

Pelvic pain: Contractions should be occurring in early pregnancy normal, unless you are miscarrying. Pms has nothing to do with pregnancy and may present with some unpleasant sensations. To rule out pregnancy, you will need to do a pregnancy test. ...Read more

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I have constant hip and pelvic pain but my doctor isn't very helpful i had spd with my last pregnancy 7 years ago some days i can't walk ?

I have constant hip and pelvic pain but my doctor isn't very helpful i had spd with my last pregnancy  7 years ago some days i can't walk ?

SEE AN ORTHOPOD: You need xrays and possibly a cat scan of the hip and pelvis especially if you cannot walk some days=needs to be checked out.see an orthopedic dr ...Read more

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Sudden onset pelvic pain 7 days aft conception.3 weeks on pregnancy is healthy but pelvic, abdo, lower back, belly button pain continue. Gynae unsure?

Sudden onset pelvic pain 7 days aft conception.3 weeks on pregnancy is healthy but pelvic, abdo, lower back, belly button pain continue. Gynae unsure?

Pregnancy related?: It sounds like your doctor is monitoring your pregnancy, probably with ultrasound, & has reassured you that nothing catastrophic-such as rupture of an ectopic pregnancy-happened Also, apparently the cause is not a threatened miscarriage. So cause of discomfort may not be pregnancy related. Review function/symptoms related to urinary or GI tracts; report any changes/new symptoms promptly to your OB ...Read more

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I had a tubal ligation on 7/17/12. I had to 2 negative pregnancy test and 1 positive. I have had recent stomach and pelvic pain. Should i be worrie?

I had a tubal ligation on 7/17/12. I had to 2 negative pregnancy test and 1 positive. I have had recent stomach and pelvic pain. Should i be worrie?

Tubal failure: Tubal ligation like all surgeries has a failure rate. That rate is around 1 in 300 and mostly due to something called a tubal fistula. Anytime you burn, cut or clamp a tubal structure, you may get a fistula. If you had a positive test, go see an ob/gyn asap as a tubal pregnancy is fairly likely. ...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