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Third Trimester Aches And Pains
Severe epigastric pain and bloating accompanied with night chills during first trimester of pregnancy pain is constant and gradually worsening.
I am almost in eighteen week pregnancy and feeling pain in neck and shoulder in second trimester of pregnancy?
Common: Aches in muscles, bones, and nerves are a common part of the discomforts of pregnancy. Make sure you're sleeping in a neutral position, resting often, and you can use acetaminophen, ice, and massage for the pain. Rarely shoulder pain is referred form the gallbladder, so if you're having stomach upset as well you'll need to see a doctor. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Please see your MD: cramps and low back pain during preganacy should be evaluated to rule out any problem with your pregnancy first, secondly you might be having weak bones for being pregnant four times before, and might need calcium supplements, cramps could be related to your womb or just being chronically constipated, again an evaluation is needed, goodluck ...Read more
40weeks pregnant and having bad backache, shooting pains and stomach tightening. Is this the first stage of labour?
Got the chills, body aches and vomitted about 8-9 times. Second and third day no vomiting but stomach is cramping and bloated. Normal?
Mild cramping and pains in lower abdomen. Nauseous throughout the day. Strugle to sleep. Vomiting usually early afternoons. Always tired. Pregnant?
What causes aches and pains or cramps in lower abdomen in early pregnancy 3-4 weeks along? Other than miscarriage.
Bladder infection: This is commonly a urinary tract infection or a cervical irritation or infection. ...Read more
36 weeks pregnant constant back pain and mild cramping and sharp electric like shooting pains in vagina?
Talk to ob/gyn: These are important symptoms to talk to your obstetrician. You are having stomach pains and heartburn during your pregnancy. This is not uncommon. Your doctor will want to know about this. Try to notice when you get it and what makes it better. Before taking any medication talk to your doctor first. ...Read more
Varies: The fluid retention typical of pregnancy can cause aches and pain. The Progesterone level is very elevated during pregnancy - this results in some relaxation of ligaments and tendons throughout the body, which would also explain aches and pain. The enlarging uterus and the inherent pregnancy related presence of a cyst on at least one of the ovaries also could add to your aches and pain. ...Read more
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