Similar Questions with Answers
Question: Hello ,I am feeling a pressure in my vaginal area while urinating at midnight which subsides once my bladder is emptied.Is this any infection.pls reply mee
Answer: No.. it might be baby's weight pressure on bladder..it is not a sign of infection.
Question: Hi.i am 20 week pregnant..i had tiffa scan ..and cervical length loose..so my doctor suggested to do stiches..i did and now i m completely taking bed rest..after 6 r 7th month will get problem (like miscarriage)????
Answer: Hi Dear!
Cervical stich or cerclage is done to protect the baby, thr wont be any miscarriage due to this, pls dont worry, the length of your lower uterus level is the cervical length which is connected to your vagina.
Usually a normal cervical length is 4-5 cm long when not pregnant and its closed and rigid but during the course of pregnancy it becomes soft and dilated hence women with short cervix get cervical stitches to protect the baby.
Don't worry u won't realise it when it is done and it takes just half an hour to put the stitches .
Before the stitch is done no need of bed rest but you should not exert herself
Also now that you know that u hv cervical incompetency so avoid sexual intercourse and lifting Heavy weight. Bed rest is important (condition varies from women to women)
Hope this helps!
Question: My all reports like scan and double marker test everything is normal although i m so much afraid of miscarriage so can i take bed rest pls help
Answer: Why r u feeling this way . Did u faced anything like this before . Are did it happen to ur frnds family r anyone . Dont compare to others r previous condition. As u r saying everything is normal. Be happy then only ur baby will be happy and growth also be good .
Question: I have a lower back pain a bit severe and vaginal blood particles while urinating .. i googled and seems that all symptoms are of miscarriage is it ?
lower back pain along with blood particles in vaginal discharge could indicate a miscarriage but it can also occur in an UTI, ectopic pregnancy, sexually transmitted diseases or even in cervical cancer.
only way to confirm is by visiting a doctor and undergoing a physical examination