Similar Questions with Answers
Question: I am 33 weeks pregnancy and breast milk or colostrum is not leakage..is it normal?
Answer: Hello dear
Don't worry dear as every pregnant women don’t get leaky breasts during pregnancy. But, even if you don’t have leaking colostrum, it’s still being generated in your breasts. If you’d like, you can try gently squeezing your areola to see if you can express a few drops.
Question: I m 33 weeks pregnant... Bt there is no leakage or discharge frm my breasts. Is it normal?
Answer: Its completely normal,discharge or leakage is not mandatory,it might happen or it might not happen ..so dnt worry
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Question: I m 33 weeks pregnant. I m feeling pain in my breast. Is it normal ?
Answer: Hello dear. Breast pain during pregnancy is quite common, due to harmonal changes.
You can use hot or cold compresses on your breasts. Wear a firm support bra. Cover breasts with warm, wet towel for 10-15 minutes. The warmth increases blood circulation, reducing swelling and tenderness.
Question: Dr.. im 33 weeks pregnant .. i hv frequent sharp shooting pain in vagina to cervix.. last week baby ws in breech presentation. Is it normal?
Answer: Hello! Yes, pain in vagina or pelvic area is normal.
As your baby grows and becomes heavier, it puts increasing pressure on the muscles in your pelvic floor. These muscles offer support to the uterus, small intestine, bladder, and rectum.
Another likely culprit for all that pelvic pressure in the later months of pregnancy is the hormone relaxin. It helps loosen your ligaments as you move closer to childbirth, but it can affect your pelvic joints, too. Some women experience pain near their pubic bone and the sensation of shaky legs.
To immediately relieve the pressure, try lying down on your side and focusing on breathing. You can also try the following ideas.
Perform a few pelvic exercises, like pelvis tilts and rolls.Try relaxing in a soothing bath with warm water (not hot). You can also stand in the shower and aim the water at your back.Use a pregnancy support garment, also known as a belly sling. They’re designed to support your belly and offer relief to your hips, pelvis, and lower back.Avoid sudden movements if possible. Try not to twist at the waist. Instead, work on turning your whole body.Get a prenatal massage with a licensed therapist who specializes in treating pregnant women.Try to sit down as much as you can. Elevate your feet if possible.If you worked out regularly before becoming pregnant, don’t stop. Modify as necessary, but keep exercising consistently. If you’re uncertain about how to modify your workouts, ask your doctor.