Similar Questions with Answers
Question: Hi Dr I am 24 week pregnant.last two days I have pain in back and white discharge.Is this normal or any problem please tell me
Answer: No dear it is absolitely normal and there is nothing to be worried. The back pain happens due to expanding uterus as ur baby is growing. Try heat compres and go for a walk for 30 min to get relief in pain. For white discharge What you're noticing is probably leukorrhea – the odorless or mild-smelling milky white discharge that you may have had before you got pregnant. ... Odorless or mild-smelling.
But in any point of time if you feel it's heavy discharge, more like watery urine kind of, change in color like reddish, pinkish, brownish , pale yellow and greenish with itching and burning that needs to be reported to your doctor as soon as possible. One of the most common vaginal infections during pregnancy is candidiasis, also known as a yeast infection.
So relax and enjoy ur pregnancy.
Question: Hi iam 35weeks pregnant sevear back pain and White discharge heavy any problem please tell me
Answer: Hello! white discharge & back pain are common..its nothing to worry about..you can follow these tips yo reduce the pain
Exercise-Regular exercise strengthens muscles and boosts flexibility. That can ease the stress on your spine. Safe exercises for most pregnant women include walking, swimming , and stationary cycling. Your doctor or physical therapist can recommend exercises to strengthen your back andabdomen.
Heat and Cold . Applying heat and cold to your back may help. If your health care provider agrees, start by putting cold compresses (such as a bag of ice or frozen vegetables wrapped in a towel) on the painful area for up to 20 minutes several times a day. After two or three days, switch to heat -- put a heating pad or hot water bottle on the painful area. Be careful not to apply heat to your abdomen during pregnancy.
Improve your posture. Slouching strains your spine. So using proper posture when working, sitting, or sleeping is a good move. For example, sleeping on your side with a pillow between theknees will take stress off your back. When sitting at a desk, place a rolled-up towel behind your back for support; rest your feet on a stack of books or stool and sit up straight, with your shoulders back.
Question: Hi..dr am 4 month..i have back pain, this have any problem of normal delivery
Answer: Hello, I'm happy to help.
During pregnancy, your body makes a hormone called relaxin that allows ligaments in the pelvic area to relax and the joints to become looser in preparation for the birth process. The same hormone can cause ligaments that support the spine to loosen, leading to instability and pain.
Here are a few tips that might relieve you from back pain :
Ice or heat packs.
Sleep on your left side, and use a support pillow under your knees.
If these dosent help, please consult your gynecologist for further treatment.