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Question: I'm 11week pregnant and I'm suffering from severe back pain... while sleeping due to the pain even I can't turn right or to left side... is this normal and sugest me some remedy to overcome this pain...
Answer: Considering you're walking around with a baby in your belly, it's understandable that you might be feeling some back pain. But just because it's to be expected, doesn't make it easy to deal with.
Applying a hot pack to your sore spots may soothe muscles and ease pain, as can a massage. Ask your partner for a back massage.
Additionally, if you're sleeping on your back or find yourself tossing and turning at night, your resting position may be to blame for back pain. Try sleeping on your side with a pillow between your knees to ease any spinal tension and promote proper alignment.
it's important to know when your back pain warrants medical attention. If your discomfort is consistent and self-care doesn't help much, discuss it with your doctor at your next appointment. If the pain is severe or accompanied by vaginal bleeding or discharge, contact your gynae immediately. Dull pain in the lower back may indicate pre-term labor, which calls for immediate care.
Question: Am getting Severe pain around vaginal area can't even turn to side while sleeping
Answer: Hello dear. If you have Vaginal pain that isn't accompanied by other symptoms or bleeding is perfectly normal. This is due to the growing of the fetus.
Few remedies are
Perform a few pelvic exercises, like pelvis tilts and rolls with the permission of your gynecologist.
Try relaxing in a soothing bath with warm water (not hot).
Avoid sudden movements if possible.
Question: Am 30 weeks pregnant suffering from severe back pain...any remedy for back pain please
Answer: Back pain is one of the common problems in pregnancy due to the hormonal changes in preparation of the labour process. At this week , it can also be due to the centre of gravity of the body shifts
Try to maintain a good posture while sitting and lying down
Try to sit on a comfortable chair and use a cushion in addition.
You can try hot water bag application and painkiller spray or ointment on your back. If these do not help, you can try taking a simple painkiller medicine like Paracetamol.