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Vaginal Pain 30 Weeks Pregnant
Terrible nightmare of baby dying inside at 30 weeks pregnancy now 33 weeks. Had a bad day yesterday would this be why? Is it bad? Can it harm my baby?
Most likely no harm: It is known anybody can have a bad day or distress and get over it. It there is a clinical depression, the profound sadness and other symptoms will affect the person, and sometimes they get dysfunctional. What you have experienced does not reach threshhold to diagnose a mood disorder. Least of all harm to the beby based on any evidence. On the other hand, figure out wht the triggers are, and relax ...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
Can a 20 weeks pregnancy be confused with a 30 weeks pregnancy at the ultrasound? (when irregular period and period over pregnancy)
30 weeks pregnant, my elders says that if I do some simple household chores, it will help me to deliver vaginally. Is it so? Is there best practices do
There is no data: To show typical household chores raise chances for a vaginal delivery. Best way to reduce c-section rate is deliver at a hospital/birth center with a known low c-section rate. Ask your provider what their c-section rate is. ...Read more
Multiple causese: Vaginal pain is a symptom that can be caused by multiple conditions. Causes could be due to infection, pelvic prolapse, nerve injury, pelvic muscle spasms etc. Careful history and examination should isolate the cause. ...Read more
Levator spasm: The pelvic floor muscles can be in spasm causing either rectal or tailbone pain. The muscle spasm can also cause pain during or after intercourse. Physical therapy or muscle relaxants are the primary therapies for this issue. There are frequently other pain generators in the pelvis such as endometriosis or ic that cause the muscles to be in spasm that need to be evaluated. ...Read more
Vaginal pain: Vaginal pain can have many causes, and is best evaluated by your physician. ...Read more
Be seen: You many have an infection, or a vaginal tear. Be seen for a diagnosis. ...Read more
Can be normal: The flow as well as use of tampons can cause you to have a sore vagina. If the blood starts to have an odor than you might be getting an infection a d then you should go see your gyn. ...Read more
If pregnant, yes: The pressure and pain is due to the head of the fetus on the pubic bone, as well as the juncture of that bone starting to 'soften and separate' to allow for ease of delivery. ...Read more
'One size fits all? ': Not always! The vagina is a potential space that undergoes an 'expansion project' during sexual excitement and ultimately intercourse. Inadequate emotional preparation, a lack of lubrication, a vaginal infection, or just plain 'clumsiness' can all inflict pain. ...Read more
I'm 17 weeks pregnant and im having a little vaginal pain. No spotting or bleeding. Is that normal?
Pain at 17 weeks: It's possible that the pain is from stretching ligaments as the uterus gets bigger from the baby growing. The round ligaments at the side of the uterus run down towards the vagina and can cause stabbing or aching in that area. But check in with you OB doctor to be sure there isn't anything else happening. ...Read more
Does ovarian cysts cause vaginal pain when feeling an urge to urinate or just in everyday activities?
Here are some...: Most of patients with ovarian cysts should not cause urinary urgency or vaginal pain except few may grow to reach huge size like a pregnant uterus. But to solve the mystery behind your symptoms has not to be that hard by following instructions described in http://formefirst. Com/eNewsletter06.html; thereby you gain idea & insight on how to work with doc so to deduce right Dx for right Rx, care, . . ...Read more
What would cause vaginal pain and cramps 2 or more weeks before a period? Is it normal? I'm 24 and am not sexually active.
Pain?: Look up "mitelschmertz" a great German word. That is probably it. ...Read more
I have vaginal pain since yesterday when I had sex. The pain started right after I had sex. Can it be an early pregnancy symptom?
I am experiencing abnormal vaginal bleeding and vaginal pain. The following also describes me: Pain with urination. What should I do?
I always have vaginal pain anytime I have sex because of that I always use vaseline to rub my husband penis for easy penetration. Why?
Lubrication: It is common for females to have inadequate lubrication for intercourse. This can be from lack of arousal / foreplay, or from pregnancy, birth control pills or other causes. At the least I would suggest changing from vaseline to a water based lubricant. Petro-chemicals can be irritating to the vagina. ...Read more
6 weeks postpartum having vaginal pain and pain in lower back left side and some discharge history of HPV but was cleared up what is causing this?
Is it possible to have gotten PID after a d&c? If so how likely is it? My sx include constantly feeling like I have to pee. Vaginal pain. Temp 97.7
I had sex first time in 1-2months. It hurt to begin with. Morning after I had blood on the toilet paper with light vaginal pain. Missed 2 pills. Why?
You may be pregnant: If you missed two pills you may be pregnant- get a serum pregnancy test in two weeks, use back up contraception until you have been on your pill for 4 weeks. You may have had a slight vaginal tear after intercourse- monitor this-mif symptoms worsen, see your physician. ...Read more
I'm 2 months postpartum and I keep getting vaginal pain/pressure only when I sit on the toilet. Never had this before pregnancy. What could this be?
Healing: It sounds like you had a tear or an episiotomy that is taking a while to recover fully. There can be some persistent discomfort in the perineal /vaginal area for several months after delivery with a tear or episiotomy and repair. Especially if you breastfeed, which changes the normal hormonal balance of the vagina and lowers estrogen production which can cause dryness of the vaginal tissue. ...Read more
How will my obgyn check for the cause of pelvic pain? Could pelvic pain be linked to vaginal pain and a lot of discharge? How will he check for this?
Needs evaluation: If you are 81 you need an appointment now for a detailed history and physical- the causes of pelvic pain, especially of new onset, are many, some causes are serious. Make an appointment with your physician today. ...Read more
Vaginal pain causes? Lower abd pn x2yrs. Saw Gyno 1/26. Pain localized to top of vagina. Biopsy taken. LAVH/BSO in 2013. Gyno is unsure of cause. Help
I'm 19 I got my period on feb 13 then missed a period and I got it on april 18 and I haven't got it till now. And vaginal pain? Is it from my irregular
Vaginal pain: Need more information about the pain I would suggest talking to a doctor. ...Read more