Similar Questions with Answers
Question: I have back pain and leg pain & feeling very tired
Answer: Hi dear,
Low stamina and fatigue is quite common during pregnancy.due to high progesterone level the body gets sluggish and tired. You need to check your thyroid level first.as thyroid requirement increases during pregnancy.you check your sugar levels too.apart from that do check our water intake.dehydration can directly impact your energy levels.keep sipping water through out the day.fresh seasonal fruits and vegetables to be consumed daily for overall health.vitamin d deficiency can also make one feel tired.keep yourself exposed to morning sunlight.include mild exercises in your daily routine.many times staying inactive can lead to lethargy.
Increase in blood volume and other fluids along with baby weight,your legs gets stressed out a bit.it takes the whole body weight and hence it pains and cramps.try massaging with warm oil and be active no matter how much it pains.keep your legs elevated.and never sit and stand in one place for long.decrease your salt content in food.drink plenty of water to avoid water retention in body which adds pain to legs.alao look for any protruded veins,could b vericose veins or spider veins which are common in pregnancy.
Back pain is quite common.due to increase in body weight along with rapid growth of baby,it takes toll on your back.try the following tips to comfort yourself:
1- maintain a good posture
2- keep yourself active,never sit or stand in one place for long
3-hot and cold compress works to relax the muscles
4- donot lift heavy objects,which could strain your back
5- always bend after folding your knees
6- sleep in your sides
7- check your calcium and vitamin D levels
8- wear comfortable shoes or slippers.acoid heals.
Question: I have lower back pain and sometimes very little pain in lower abdomen. And I am feeling tired too much
Answer: Hi dear,
As the pregnancy progresses ,you would experience lot of aches here and there. Nothing to panic much.these are all normal. Since the baby growth pushes most of your internal organs along with pelvic bones,various kinds of pain ranging from throbbing pain to pinching pain, streching pain. They are mostly normal. Increasing body weight stresses your back and also puts pressure on legs.you would experience back pain and leg cramps too.try to be active as much as possible.daily walks for atleast 20 min would be helpful.Also refer the healofy app for daily updates on baby development and growth,as well as pregnancy care.it also gives you enormous info on post delivery baby care and diet.donot miss out!
Question: Hi I am 14weeks pregnancy I have lower abdomen pain and back pain Wt I do
Answer: Hi. Abdominal pain is common during starting pregnancy as your body goes through some physical changes in process to carry your baby.
Some women may see bleeding with mild cramps as embroy implants its self into the wall of womb.
You may experience sharppain due to the cramping that occurs from the uterus expanding. Gas and Bloating. Constipation occur during second trimester and can cause a sharp pain in the abdomen on either or both sides.
Question: I have pain like cramps in lower abdomen and back also. What can I do??
Answer: Hi dear,
Too much pain in initial stages could be due to uterus expansion.i donot think there is anything to worry about.since the whole hormonal surge is new to your body,and it takes time to get used to it.your uterus keep expanding as your pregnancy progresses,also pushing the neighboring organs and pressing the adjacent nerves etc,meanwhile your pelvic bones starts relaxing more,loosening your joints too.this whole process gives such pain.and each body experiences in a different way.i never had such pains though,but many pregnant ladies suffer with such harmless pain.but if the pain is severe and you feel something is not right,please donot hesitate to check with your doctor.