35 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Feeling pain and heavy pressure in pelvic area. Is this common in this week or sign of labor. Feeling tensed

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Answer: Hello dear, First times, this usually happens by the 36th week. In others it may happen as late as in labour. The baby’s head is now fixed and its movement may seem reduced. Instead of active movement of the whole body, you may just experience the movements of the legs and perhaps the arms. The head which is fixed in the pelvis, may press on the urinary bladder and this may lead to difficulty in urination or increase frequency of urination. You may have noticed an increase in the discharge through your vagina. This is OK as long as it is colourless and sticky. Watery / blood stained or discharge of blood has to be reported to your doctor immediately. Take care...
Answer: hi do not worry this is common as the baby is pushing down it creates pressure on the vaginal Area on the pelvic region therefore there is nothing to worry it is due to the stretching pain you should take good rest it will help to give you relief do not worry
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