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Question: I am in 7 month pregency ..I m getting pelvic pain and feeling like pressured and getting often wash room I am scar its labour pain ah?
Answer: It is not labour pain don't worry. Rushing to bothroom often is very common in pregency since utreus presses the abdomen.
Pubic pain at this stage is really normal as your body is preparing for the labour,and therefore the pelvic space is expanding causing the pelvic bones to move and stretch.This cause pain in the vagina,also the cervic might have started dilating and effacement may have started too.This does not mean that you will have labour soon,it just means that your body knows that the baby is coming in few weeks and needs to prepare for the same dear!Be patient,wait for the contractions,visit your doctor to check the cervical dilation!all the best!
Question: What are the symptoms of labor Labour and how will I know am in labor pain
Question: Am 40 week pregnant, and having a little pain in pelvic. Is these are the sign of labour or what? Am having littel back pain also?
Answer: Hi dear,
I can understand your impatience.to get natural labor pain ,you have no other option but to wait.
Some of the early signs of labor are:
1- pinkish or reddish mucous discharge
2- dull back or abdomen ache
4-urge to empty bowels
5- strong and regular and continuous contractions
6- baby drops
Though you can try following tips to induce pain naturally:
1- eating spicy food
2- taking some castor oil
3- eating pineapple
4- doing sex
If post 40 weeks ,no pain starts,you might need to be induced.Also refer the healofy app for daily updates on baby development and growth,as well as pregnancy care.it also gives you enormous info on post delivery baby care and diet.donot miss out!
Question: Feeling pain and pressure in pelvic area...
Answer: Pressure in lower abdomen is common Symptoms during pregnancy
The enlarging uterus continues to put pressure on the cervix and vagina especially towards the third trimester
If it is too uncomfortable for you then consult your gynaclogist regarding same