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Period Like Cramps 35 Weeks Pregnant
I'm 35 weeks pregnant and IV had mild direah for a month on and off now. Today i keep having direah and what feels like period cramps, why?
Please call your OB: Not normal u need a work of the diarrhea and to make sure u are not having premature labor. ...Read more
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 35 weeks pregnant and experiencing period like pains , also i'm needing to urinate more often. Can you tell me what it may be?
I'm 35 weeks 5 days pregnant ..i have period like cramps from 8 am ..it s 5 pm now .. it doesn't go away ..i am really tired . what should i do ?
if you are having contractions every 5-10 minutes, go to your delivery center/ hospital. If your contractions cause your cervix to change, you may be in labor.
Otherwise, if they are far apart (more than 30 mins apart), they may be "practice" contractions.
Keep yourself hydrated to calm your contractions. ...Read more
I am 35 weeks pregnant, should I be concerned with the mensrual like cramps I have been having, no bleeding?
Yes call your OB: To make sure you and baby are ok and to see if your cx is starting to thin out or dilate as if u and baby are ok want to try to get to at least 37 wks which is considered term so call your OB so your OB can check you today ! ...Read more
Yes: These could be precursers to labor. Keep your labor and delivery team notified. ...Read more
35 weeks pregnant, been having these mild cramps. When using bathroom, chunky white discharge comes out. What is this?
Mucous: You are describing the famous "mucous plug". ...Read more
Urine test : Ask your doctor for a simple office urinalysis and you can determine if you have a bladder infection or not. ...Read more
How long and how many braxton hick contractions should I be having? Im 35 weeks pregnant. And for the last couple days I have been having a lot of braxton hicks. And they seem to be going on for long periods of time. I just recently had one and it lasted
In this situation you need to contact your doctor immediately. A contraction lasting six minutes is not normal. For you or anyone reading this post, if you are pregnant and you think that there is the slighest chance something is off, call your doctor!
by the date of this post a week has passed. Please reply with an update.
I hope all is well. ...Read more
I am 35 weeks pregnant, and had previously had a miscarriage. I am feeling lots of back pain, baby balling up, cramps/contrction should I go to hospt?
Cramps: Recommend going there asap to be checked, to be on the safe side, since u have hx of miscarriage. ...Read more
35 weeks pregnant and really bad cramps in pelvis as well as sharp pain that only last for like 5 seconds in pelivs and vagina.
Pelvic pain: As you get closer to your due date your pelvis has to stretch to accomodate your new baby. It is not uncommon to have sharp pains and pelvic pressure at this gestational age. Also when your bladder fills you will have small contractions called irritability. These aren't labor, but do hurt. However, if you want more reassurance call your OB/midwife. Someone should be on call even on a Sunday. ...Read more
35 weeks pregnant , have pain in left side of vagina . More like a cramp pain when walking or by getting up . Some Pain after sex .What could it be ?
Common: As your baby is getting bigger and heavier it places pressure on joints, organs and nerves. This type of cramping is normal and temporary. Changing positions may help. Good Luck! ...Read more
35 weeks pregnant I am having cramps in my pelvis area, have being seeing this orange like discharge for 3 weeks now. Could I go into labor soon?
Always possible: Being 35 weeks pregnant could result in you being in labor. You should time your contractions at home. If they are 5 minutes apart, you should be calling your doctor or hospital. As to the orange discharge, it could be physiologic, but you should be evaluated soon for it. ...Read more
I'm 5wks pregnant today. This week I would have my period and i'm having period like cramps. Is this normal?
5 weeks pregnant and sometimes have period like cramps that come and go no blood. Is this normal?
Im 24 weeks pregnant i have period like cramps and they really sore and a back pain what could be the cause?
I'm 33 weeks pregnant and have been having painful period like cramps at night. Are they just braxton hicks contractions or something else?
Yes : This could definitely be a sign of contractions I recommend getting monitored and checked ...Read more
Condoms used as contraceptive, missed her period by a week. Experienced period like cramps but no period. Negative pregnancy test. Highly stressed.
Pregnancy : Condoms are not 100% repeat the pregnancy test in one week ...Read more
Diet: It is very common to have changes in the odor of urine as a result of what you eat - some foods causes very distinct odors! there are specific medical conditions that can cause changes in the odor of urine (for example, diabetics out of control will have an odor of ketones in their urine). If you are concerned about it, best to ask your obstetrician. Good luck. ...Read more
Pregnancy: Causes feet/ankles to carry added weight. Swelling of lower extremities may occur as well, this is turn puts pressure on feet. Try to avoid standing as much as possible and when you do sit to elevate your lower extremity. Make sure your not wearing tight shoes. The problem you describe is pressure on the nerve which causes the discomfort. ...Read more
Check a few things: Is the baby moving? Are you having any cramping, vaginal bleeding or other discharge? Are you leaking fluid? You may want to check with your doctor. ...Read more
Im 35 weeks pregnant and i been having mild headaches and feeling like want to vomit but i don't is this normal?
35 weeks pregnant & the past two days my stools are pebble like? No irregular colouring. Is that normal or a bad sign? Swab test for nxt week.
OK: Probably not unusual. No concern if no pain or bleeding. ...Read more
Im 35 weeks pregnant. Feel pressure in rectum and feel like my lower back gets stuck. Is it normal? I have doc appt later today i will be asking.
So u should: Have already seen your doc since this ? Was posted yesterday and hopefully your doc adressed this issue. ...Read more
Im 35 weeks pregnant with plenty rectal pressure. My baby has dropped so til it looks like im not even pregnant anymore.Is labor closer than we think
WHAT DO, YOU THINK?: When the water breaks and the labor pains are 30 min apart get to the hospital. ...Read more
35 weeks pregnant.U/S shows cord around baby's neck.OBGYN said baby is fine and doesn't seem too concerned.Could cord strangle the baby before birth?
Ultrasound: First question, why US at 35 weeks? Have there been problems with pregnancy? This is not uncommon and not real risk for child at this point. Not much room in there at this point to move around. At delivery very common to find cord around neck. Usually very easy to deal with. I would not worry. Hope this helps. Good luck with rest of pregnancy (the hard part now at this phase) and the deliver ...Read more
Im 35 weeks pregnant, I just got up from sitting then a sudden pain in my top right side of buttocks feels like a bone is out of place, what happened?
One of two things: Either the baby was putting pressure on a pelvic nerve when you were sitting and stood up or the ligaments in the pelvis "shifted" slightly. The ligaments that connect your pelvic bones begin to "loosen" during pregnancy to allow for the baby's head to pass through the pelvis at labor and the pelvis itself can slightly move as a result when positional changes are made. ...Read more
Helo im 35 weeks pregnant and today i feel like a vibration that did not hurt on my left breast. its come few second and go. Is that normal??
Call your OB MD: This question is best answered by the MD who knows you best at this point. ...Read more