Answer: Hello dear, it is a kind of labour pain, you can feel many times before delivery. Actual labour pain start from back and spread abdomen, legs and whole body paining at a same time, pain will be increase every minute. It comes and go again and again but don't stop. if you find that symptoms. Visit ur doctor as soon as possible....
Answer: Hi...yes this is symptoms of labor and any leakage is there like amniotic fluid or White discharge or ur feeling motions.
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Question: I have back pain and abdomen pain,i am afraid,is it a symptom of miscarriage?
Answer: Hello dear
Back pain during pregnancy is a common complaint, and it's no wonder. You're gaining weight, your center of gravity changes, and your hormones are relaxing the ligaments in the joints of your pelvis.
To get relief try these remedies:
1. Take rest as much as possible as strenuous physical activities will aggravate your pain.
2. Have warm water baths as they help in relaxing strained muscles and muscle pains.
3. Use a hot water bag or a cold pack to alleviate the pain.
Some abdominal aches and pains during pregnancy are quite common and generally pose no threat to you and your baby.
Abdominal pain is mainly caused by:
1. Gas and bloating
2. Constipation is
3. Round ligament pain
Try following tips to get relief from pain:
1. Sit down, put your feet up, and relax
2 .A hot water bottle or heating pad might help.
3. Drink lots of liquids to stay hydrated.
4. When you do feel a pain, bend towards the pain to relieve it.
Question: Is back pain a symptom of labour....?
Answer: Hope you are doing well. Yes Lower back pain and cramping is a sign of labor. You can consult your doctor immediately. Take care.
Question: back pain and little cramps in abdomen is this a sign of labour plzzzz reply
Answer: Hello! No, these are not signs of pregnancy. Labor is period like cramps which are felt from back to front till the abdomen. It comes and goes and it increases with every passing time.
Question: I have back and lower abdomen pain from afternoon ...Is it sign of labour pain
Answer: If it is continuous pain, then yes, it is a labour pain