Similar Questions with Answers
Question: I m 36 weeks pregnant and having a pain in my pelvic area.. Is it normal?
Answer: Usually, temporary pelvic pain is not a cause for concern. It can occur normally as the bones and ligaments shift and stretch to accommodate the fetus.,You should avoid:
standing on one leg bending and twisting to lift, or carrying a baby on one hip crossing your legs sitting on the floor, or sitting twisted sitting or standing for long periodslifting heavy weights, such as shopping bags, wet washing or a toddler.. vacuuming.. pushing heavy objects, such as a supermarket trolley carrying anything in only one hand (try using a small backpack).
Question: I m having a lot of hairloss...m in ma 1st trimester..plz help
Answer: During pregnancy, an increased number of hairs go into the resting phase, which is part of the normal hair loss cycle. This condition is not serious enough to cause bald spots or permanent hair loss, and it should begin to diminish within 3-4 months after delivery.
Eat a healthy and nutritious diet. Ensure your intake of green leafy vegetables is high as well as foods containing antioxidants and flavonoids – these help to maintain strong hairfollicles and continual hair growth.Avoid combing or brushing your hairwhen it is still wet. Don't use a fine tooth comb on your hair.
Question: Having pelvic muscle pain during third trimester of pregnancy..it happens mostly during night when i sleep..is it normal?
Answer: It's called round ligament pain as you change your position from right to left are straight are else it could be because of pressure from your babies head pushing.