Your increasingly heavy baby is burrowing deeper into your pelvis in preparation for birth, and that little (or not-so-little) head is now pressing (hard) against your bladder, hips, and pelvis — putting ever-increasing stress on the bones, joints and muscles in your pelvis and back. On the bright side, once the baby "drops," your uterus will stop pressing up against your diaphragm and lungs, which will let you (finally) take bigger and deeper breaths.
For reliving pain u can do below things
Take a warm bath (it'll give you a break from gravity's effect).Invest in a belly sling (a specially designed crisscrossed sling made of elastic fabric that supports the weight of your belly), also to lessen gravity's effect — ask your practitioner for recommendations or check online.Get a prenatal massage (with a therapist certified in treating pregnant women — be sure to check their license and references), or try some complementary and alternative therapies.Acupuncture is an increasingly popular way to alleviate all kinds of pregnancy ills, including pelvic pain.Talk to your practitioner about pregnancy-safe pain relievers or muscle relaxants if pain is severe.
Similar Questions with Answers
Question: i have a little swelling in my vagina lower part nd there is itching also wht can i do to get relief frm it
Dear it must be because of some infection in your vaginal area. UTI occurs when bacteria from somewhere outside of a woman's body gets inside her urethra (basically the urinary tract) and causes an infection.
Its important to get it checked by doctor in immediate basis to get it treated. UTI should not left untreated as it can cause some complications.
With doctor prescribed medicine you can do some home remedies also.
Here are some home remedies that can help you;
1. Drinking plenty of liquids can decrease the risk of UTIs by making you pee more, which helps remove bacteria from the urinary tract.
2. Increasing vitamin C intake may decrease the risk of UTIs by making the urine more acidic, thus killing off infection-causing bacteria.
3.Garlic is one of the most potent antibiotics, natural or prescription. You can take some in a teaspoon of raw honey (preferably this type which boosts immunity) to cover the spiciness. You want to crush your garlic clove and let it sit for 10 minutes as this creates a powerful compound called allicin to form. Take 1 crushed clove 3 times a day up or up to every 2 hours a day.
4.Cranberry juice can also be used, but it should be unsweetened, and it can be a little too tart for most taste buds.
5.Any time you use the bathroom, always wipe from front to back – starting at your vagina and wiping back to your bottom. This will keep your vagina clean, and avoid contaminating your vagina with any bacteria from your anal area.
6.Douches, feminine sprays, and scented powders can cause irritation and drying in your vagina and urethra. This can make it more likely that you’ll get a UTI. Skip these products, especially while pregnant.
Question: I have some pain in lower part of stomach??
Stomach pain cramps back aches are all normal during pregnancy it's due to ur baby Growing taking up all the space wch creates lots of pressure on ur stomach it's the reason u feel the cramps or tight feeling. The uterus also puts pressure on ur pelvis and vaginal muscles is the reason u get back pains or cramps. Some women also get pain in their legs. The growing uterus puts alot of pressure on ur bladder as well that's the reason for ur frequent bathroom visits. U can use cold or hot compress. Use pillow between ur legs and behind ur back while sleeping. Take a warm bath. Massage lightly with coconut oil or olive oil.
Question: I have pain from lower part of stomach till my vagina. What should i do?
Dear Lower abdominal pain in pregnancy happen because uterus expands, causing ligaments and muscles to stretch it is common as Many experience but it is to be worried as it goes on its own,it sign that your body is preparing to carry baby, and gearing up for change.
*Soak in a warm bath
*Try relaxation exercises or yoga as prescribed by doctor
*Wear loose clothing
*tummy massages offer relief
*Drink plenty of water, eat fresh fruits and vegetables and try to ignore highly processed foods
*Rest your legs use a foot rest or low stool when sitting
*Be proactive and enjoy the pregnancy to the fullest.