Pre labor signs sinus - Doctor answers
Early contractions: You will probably feel the baby "drop" which means it is getting lower in the pelvis, in preparation for childbirth. You probably will have intermittent contractions, known as Braxton-Hicks contractions, again in preparation for childbirth. As the time draws nearer to delivery the contractions will become stronger and more frequent. ...Read more
In anatomy, a sinus is a cavity within a bone or other tissue. Most commonly found in the bones of the face and connecting with the nasal cavities. Sinus (anatomy), description of the general term paranasal sinuses, air cavities in the cranial bones, especially those near the nose, including: the maxillary sinuses, also called the maxillary antra and the largest of the ...Read more
34weeks. Been having small contractions since yesterday and still today. Been feeling nauseas also last few days. Possible labor signs?
Yes: If not releived by short rest see, ob. ...Read more
Is constant pain in lumbar left side normal in 40th week of pregnancy? No signs of active labor. Pain doesn't allow for waking and sitting.
Not normal but seen: Constant back pain limiting basic activities of daily living (e.g. Walking or sitting) isn't normal; not even at 40 week of pregnancy. The weight gain, the "basketball" & surge in hormone preparing pelvic bones for delivery may contribute to the problem. Constant severe activity limiting pain should be discussed with ob. C-section is considered as the condition may interfere w/ vaginal delivery. ...Read more
I am 39 and 4 days pregnant I feel like mencess cramps in leg and back my belly is very tight when I stand up these are labor signs we should go hospi?
I have a 5 day pres of Valtrex (valacyclovir). I've had a sinus infection that has been getting worse: would Valtrex (valacyclovir) work for this?
Won't work: Valtrex works for herpes and nothing else. The typical "sinus infection" (usually just a common cold) responds best to over-the-counter decongestants and pain reliever (aspirin, tylenol, (acetaminophen) ibuprofen, etc) if needed. Contact your doctor if your symptoms are severe and you think you might benefit from additional treatment. But for sure don't waste your Valtrex! ...Read more
See below: "back labor" refers to the pain and discomfort that laboring women experience in their lower back. Although most women will feel a degree of achiness or slight cramping in the back at some point during labor, about a quarter of all women report experiencing severe discomfort in the lower back that is most intense during contractions and often painful between contractions. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Not to worry:
Everyone is different. Some people have a high tolerance for pain and some people cannot tolerate a needle stick for a blood test.
You should ask your OB about an epidural and request this when you are in active labor (frequent and strong contractions). This will enable you to tolerate the contractions but still be able to move and experience labor. ...Read more
By the situation...: The pain feels more or less the same. The only way to be sure is to know what medication you are being given. For example, iof you have been given pitocin (oxytocin) to induce labor, your pain is induced. If your water bag breaks in WallMart and you start having labor pain, it is natural labor pain. There is no other way to know. Best wishes! ...Read more
Ask your OB: If you don't have an OB then if will become apparent when the contractions are strong and come regularly--only a few minutes apart. If you don't have an OB and you are pregnant you should find one or call a clinic that will set you up with prenatal care and will follow you thru your pregnancy. ...Read more
I've been having real labor pain contractions for some weeks now. Dr. Believes this is the week but they go away after an hour. What can I do?
Braxton-Hicks: What you are describing sounds like braxton-hicks contractions. They are common and normal. They can feel just like labor contractions, but because they go away, it is not labor. There is not much one can do, because they are a normal part of pregnancy. Hopefully real labor will come soon and congratulatons. ...Read more
I can't have kids but I get really bad pains in my lower back and my vigna hurts so bad it feels like labor pain what could it be help please?
See your doc: Sounds like you really need a thou touch evaluation to find and treat the cause of your pain. .. Go and be seen for an evaluation. ...Read more
Constant vs contract: Appendicitis is at first a generalized pain that starts in the peri umbilical area. As the appendix ruptures the pain may move from the right side groin area to the whole abdomen. Patients lay still because of pain. Labor pains are contractions of uterine muscle. They increase as a method for delivery of a baby and subside after delivery. Patients are moving constantly to try to get relief. ...Read more
Yes it is normal: Yes it is normal to have labor pains during delivery. ...Read more