Question: If i move i am getting pubic bone pain ...what can be done
Dear mild pain in pelvid region is because of yur growing baby as he grows the pressure builds up on yur pelvis. It is considered a healthy sign as it can be termed a healthy pregnancy. It shows that yur baby is developing we'll both mentally and physically. Dear these pain of baby movement are mild and needs to beared but if yu have unbearable pain with cramping and bleeding then yu should meet yur gynaecologist immediately.
Question: Hi , i am 6th month pregnant now, .i am getting vaginal pain and more leg cramps. Pls suggest me some remedies to reduce these pains
Answer: Hi, Mussels stretching is the main reason for leg cramps and another body pain.
Foot thigh and ankle pain during pregnancy is common and usually goes away after delivery. In the meantime, it might help to..
Stay off your feet. Avoid standing for long periods. When you can, sit with your feet up and occasionally rotate your feet at the ankles and gently flex your feet to stretch your calf muscles.
Sleep on your left side. This takes pressure off the large vein that returns blood from the lower half of your body to your heart.
Be physically active every day. Take walks, ride a stationary bike, Stand or walk in the pool.
Some research suggests that foot massage and reflexology, which involves applying pressure to certain areas of the feet, hands and ears, might help decrease foot , thigh and ankle pain during pregnancy. Also, swelling doesn't mean cutting back on how much you drink. The Institute of Medicine recommends about 10 cups (2.4 liters) of fluids a day during pregnancy.
Although mild foot thigh and ankle pain during pregnancy is normal, sudden pain that is painful — especially if it's in one leg only — could be an indication of a blood clot.