Question: Why my pelvic area painimg i m 36 week pregnant
Answer: Hi Dear!
At 36 weeks pelvic area paining is common becz thr is a lot of pressure from ur grown up uterus on the pelvic or vaginal bone..which is a great difficult to walk or take turns etc. but dont worry its going to be on and off..
Hope this helps!
Question: Am in 36 week when I come to know that my baby drop in pelvic area
Answer: Hello dear
Here are signs you may notice:
You can breathe easier. When a baby drops, they physically drop into your pelvis. ...You might feel a lot more pressure. ...You notice increased discharge. ...You take more frequent trips to the bathroom. ...You have pelvic pain.
Question: I am 34 Week pregnant, i have pain in pelvic area sometimes
Answer: Hello! Pelvic pain is common in pregnancy. As your baby grows and becomes heavier, it puts increasing pressure on the muscles in your pelvic floor. These muscles offer support to the uterus, small intestine, bladder, and rectum.
Another likely culprit for all that pelvic pressure in the later months of pregnancy is the hormone relaxin. It helps loosen your ligaments as you move closer to childbirth, but it can affect your pelvic joints, too. Some women experience pain near their pubic bone and the sensation of shaky legs.
To immediately relieve the pressure, try lying down on your side and focusing on breathing. You can also try the following ideas.
Perform a few pelvic exercises, like pelvis tilts and rolls.Try relaxing in a soothing bath with warm water (not hot). You can also stand in the shower and aim the water at your back.Use a pregnancy support garment, also known as a belly sling. They’re designed to support your belly and offer relief to your hips, pelvis, and lower back.Avoid sudden movements if possible. Try not to twist at the waist. Instead, work on turning your whole body.Get a prenatal massage with a licensed therapist who specializes in treating pregnant women.Try to sit down as much as you can. Elevate your feet if possible.If you worked out regularly before becoming pregnant, don’t stop. Modify as necessary, but keep exercising consistently. If you’re uncertain about how to modify your workouts, ask your doctor.