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Question: Hi i have got my last month periods on Jan 25th & I am a person who gets periods regularly everymonth in 25days. Ideally I should get periods this month on 20th but I am expecting to be conceived & have symptoms like stomach pain, bloated stomach & feeling too much gastric & from yesterday I'm feeling tired & not much able to sleep during night. can i take pregnancy test tomorrow??
Answer: Dear if you are planning for pregnancy then these can be symptoms but still nothing can be said before missed period. So wait till your missed period and then do a home pregnancy test done use only first urine of the day and also take mid stream urine because that will give accurate results..
Question: My lower back pain a lot. I'm 5 months pregnant
Answer: Hello dear. During pregnancy, your body makes a hormone called relaxin that allows ligaments in the pelvic area to relax and the joints to become looser in preparation for the birth process. The same hormone can cause ligaments that support the spine to loosen, leading to instability and pain.
Here are a few tips that might relieve you from back pain :
Ice or heat packs.
Sleep on your left side, and use a support pillow under your knees.
If these dosent help, please consult your gynecologist for further treatment. Take care.
Question: M 5 w 6 days. Have lower back pain a lot and stomach pain? Anything to worry?
Answer: Hi dear Back ache in early pregnancy symptom can be "a real pain," literally. Your posture and torso are thrown out of alignment later in pregnancy, and with the weight mostly in the front of your torso, it pulls on your back. The feeling is quite like you wearing a backpack on your front instead of your back. This changes your posture and puts a strain on your back. In other words, the center of your gravity shifts.
Lack of your typical night's sleep is another factor. You may be laying on your side and trying to get comfortable. The weight of your womb could be pulling on your back muscles, giving you that aching back.
Finally, your hormones and body changes have some effect too. Your body is getting ready for birth and so some of your joints and ligaments are loosening up to make delivery possible. All of these changes added together can cause back ache as an early pregnancy symptom. It is estimated that about half of all pregnant women will experience this pregnancy symptom.