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Pregnancy Vaginal Contractions
Sharp shooting pain every few minutes between left leg and vagina feel it to knee and stomach like a jolt lighting bolt outward from between leg and vagina. Realy Sharp pain like pregnancy contractions.?
Pain: You need to see your primary care physician for evaluation. The area you describe could be a groin (inner hip) strain. But not easily diagnosed without an exam. You could try Advil or Alleve for a few days as long as symptoms don't worsen.
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I am 13weeks pregnant, my utz revealed focal contractions, how is this relieved and how will it affect my baby and pregnancy?
Ask 4 clarification: This is term that is rarely used but can be used to signify an area of there uterine myometrium that is contracting while the rest of the uterus is soft. It has no known clinical significance and is not a commonly used term. I would ask the doctor who mentioned this sonographic finding to explain what was meant and to clarify for you if any intervention was needed.
Braxton hicks: Many times a patient experiences mild to moderate contractions during pregnancy. These contractions are ineffective at causing any dilation and are usually termed Braxton Hicks contractions some refer to these as the uterus practicing for labor. if they become regular or concerning call or visit your OB
Infection: Cramping in this setting usually represents infection.
Common: There are prostaglandins in semen. Prostaglandins cause uterine contractions. In fact, we use prostaglandins to soften the cervix at the beginning of a labor induction. The contractions after intercourse aren't usually a problem unless you a reason to avoid them such as a history of pre-term labor, bleeding, etc. Best wishes!
My contractions have never been painful (2nd pregnancy) until they break my water. How will I know when they are strong enough to be doing anything?
You'll know: Regular contractions that take your breath away are thought to be real enough to cause cervical change. Most women don't miss it. Good luck!
Not a good idea...: Most Obs won't induce labor until at least 39 weeks. This is because babies do best when they are allowed to mature in utero. Even at 38 weeks an occasional baby is born that needs to be in the NICU due to breathing difficulties. If you want to go into labor, I would discuss this with you Ob. There are a lot of ideas on the internet about how to start contractions but some can be harmful.
I have two grils were c-section, my pregnancies were not the best with the girls. My 3rd never gave anyproblem and I want to try a vaginal b can u advi?
No: I would not recommend vbac. I doubt your doctor would as well due to the risks associated with it.
Contractions: Braxton Hicks contraction can start as early as the second trimester
I'm experiencing a constant dull back ache that feels worse with contractions, im 40w1d pregnant with my 1st pregnancy. Should I go to l&d?
Pain like braxton Hicks contractions rated at an 8, lasted 5mins. I terminated my pregnancy Aug 20th at 8weeks if that has to do with it and I'm 18?
Yes: Your uterus is contracting to shrink down to normal size. Another consideration is that they did not get all the tissue out of your uterus when they did the abortion and your uterus is contracting against this tissue. I think it is best to be seen and make sure their are no products of conception in the uterus.
Had a miscarriage 6 months ago, Since then still have symptoms of pregnancy. And now this includes having labor-like contractions, why could this be?
PREGNANCY: THIS CONDITION IS REFFERED TO AS PSEUDOCYSIS, FALSE PREGNANCY PLEASE CONSULT A PSYCHIATRIST FOR TREATMENT
Sometimes: Braxton-hicks contractions can start in the first trimester and get stronger, longer, and more frequent as pregnancy progresses. Sometimes they can be mistaken for labor pains. If you are concerned that you may be in true labor, please call your doctor right away.See 1 more doctor answer
I want to know if some women's menstrual cramps can be so strong and severe it feels like a pregnancy contraction?
Late 30s. Can I somehow avoid C-section for this and the 2 next pregnancies I'm hoping for? Really want to labor & have vaginal delivery for my babies
VBAC: If you've never had a c-section, then unless there is trouble during delivery then vaginal birth should be expected. If you've had a previous c-section then there is controversy about following deliveries and the safety of a vaginal birth. Many obs will default for repeat c-sections because the risk of uterine rupture and other serious complications are high in subsequent pregnancies.
I feel like I'm having contractions that are terrible in my back and my pelvis, I took a pregnancy test yesterday and it said negative. I have this p?
Abdominal pain: Long list of differential diagnosis; would need more information Are you having any changes in your bowels ie: constipation, diarrhea? are you having any GYN symptoms: vag discharge, pain with sex? any urinary tract symptoms------you need to see your doctor or go to the ER and have an evaluation---any history of ovarian cysts are your periods normal? On birth control?
This usually has to do with the onset of labor. It is a muscular tightening of the uterus. Contractions are timed from beginning to end of hardening of the uterus (duration) and from beginning of one contraction until the beginning of the next (frequency). A third descriptor is intensity or how hard ...Read more
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