Similar Questions with Answers
Question: I m 36 weeks pregnant and having a pain in my pelvic area.. Is it normal?
Answer: Usually, temporary pelvic pain is not a cause for concern. It can occur normally as the bones and ligaments shift and stretch to accommodate the fetus.,You should avoid:
standing on one leg bending and twisting to lift, or carrying a baby on one hip crossing your legs sitting on the floor, or sitting twisted sitting or standing for long periodslifting heavy weights, such as shopping bags, wet washing or a toddler.. vacuuming.. pushing heavy objects, such as a supermarket trolley carrying anything in only one hand (try using a small backpack).
Question: If there is any problem pain at abdomen and pelvic area in 2month pregnency?
Answer: Hi.. Dear abdominal pain is caused by the stretching of the ligament that supports the uterus, as the uterus grows. This is normal, therefore, do not worry, try using Maternity pillow. However, gas and bloating can also be the reason. Sit down, put your feet up and relax.. Keep yourself hydrated (drink lot of fluids).
Whenever, you will next visit your gynaecologist, inform her about the same.
Question: i am having slight continuous pain in pelvic area..is there any problem?
Answer: It is normal.. As uterus is expanding you feel slight pressure near the pelvic area.. You will feel difficult even to lift up yur legs . Nothing to worry.