Similar Questions with Answers
Question: i am having severe pain in vaginal bone area, pelvic bone area, hip bone continously from last one month. i am very worried. is this something veryvserious
Answer: Hello dear
It is normal to feel pain and a bit heaviness in vagina, hips and pelvic area.It's not just the second trimester when those aches and general feelings of heaviness may strike but u can feel it in ur entire pregnancy.
Remedies for pain:
Rinsing the area with cool water.
Soaking in cool or warm baths.
Using topical ice packs wrapped in a towel.
Heating pad use, may help some women.
Using mild, unscented soaps and detergent.
Question: I am having pelvic/ pubic bone pain 15 days post normal delivery, similar to last trimester pregnancy symptoms. Is it common? What can i do to feel better?
Answer: Hi dear. dear during normal delivery your body has a strained a lot and put a lots of pressure on your pelvic bone and vaginal area so it is obvious for you to feel some pain even after delivery as your body will take at least 2 months to become normal . with the passage of time your body will recover fully and then this pain will vanish but if you are feeling this pain in excess then you must talk to you doctor once . Take care
Question: I am 26 weeks pregnant and i am having severe pain in my pelvic bone...is that normal??
Answer: Hello dear, During of pregnancy, your baby is growing rapidly in all directions at a rate of one millimeter per day and has started to move.Another hormone, relaxin, can cause physical symptoms such as pelvic pain, balance difficulties, and constipation.Try prescription medicine, Try heat. Put a heating pad, a hot water bottle, or a warm compress on your lower belly, or take a warm bath. Heat improves blood flow and may relieve pain.
Hope it helped, Take care urself...
Question: I am 14th week pregnant. My pelvic bone is paining. Is this normal?
Answer: Hi dear,for run of the mild pelvic discomfort, try these tips.
Take a warm--never hot--bath or stand in the shower and let the water hit your back.
Try a pelvic support garment, which can keep the uterus from pushing down on your pelvis.
Wear low-heeled shoes with good arch support.
Try to avoid quick movements and sharp turns at the waist.
Get a prenatal massage.
Exercise regularly--it could help prevent pain in the first place