Question:Mujh sone Mai bhaut prblm hoti left leg Mai bhut pain hota piche ki side hips k pass.. Kuch smjh ni aa ra kaise sona chaiye
Answer: Leg pain is any minor to major discomfort in one or both of your legs.Well, the weight of your growing uterus can push on the sciatic nerve and cause pain to run down the back of your leg. It could also just be leg cramps (most common in the third trimester) — but it could also be something more severe, like deep vein thrombosis (DVT) or uterine fibroids, so let your doctor know. Take a walk every day (unless your healthcare provider has advised you not to exercise). Lie down on your left side to improve circulation to and from your legs. Drink water regularly to stay hydrated during the day. Try a warm bath before bed to relax your muscles. Hip pain during pregnancy is a common symptom that you may experience. This discomfort is most often felt late in pregnancy, specifically during the third trimester. This occurs because your body is preparing itself for labor. Soreness and pain are often felt the strongest on the side where the baby tends to lie in your uterus. Practicing exercises that strengthen both the back muscles, as well as, your abdominal muscles will likely reduce hip pain. 1. One exercise that may provide relief is elevating your hips above chest level while lying on your back for a couple of minutes. 2.Taking a warm bath or applying warm compresses to the area can reduce pain. As you get closer to your delivery date, make sure to sleep on your side and keep your legs and knees bent. place a pillow or blanket at the small of your back and sleep leaning against it. This will reduce pressure on the hip you are sleeping on. although sleep on side is the best position to sleep in pregnancy
Question:Mujh niche vagina k bhut pain ho ek side chalne Mai bhi bhut prblm ho rhi hai mra rona aa rha hai kya krun
Answer: Pelvic pain is most commonly caused by the softening of the symphysis pubic (aka your pubic bone), by that darn pregnancy hormone relaxin and the weight of the uterus bearing down on this joint. It can result in uncomfortable pressure as the baby’s head or other body parts invade your pelvic region, as well as soreness, pain or swelling. You can try Epsom salts or just plain water to help reduce swelling. Exercises to strengthen your spinal, tummy, pelvic girdle, hip and pelvic floor muscles. These will improve the stability of your pelvis and back.Avoid activities that make your pain worse or that put your pelvis in an uneven position, such as sitting cross-legged or carrying your toddler on your hip. Try not to do heavy lifting or pushing. Do not climb stairs and take proper rest.
Question:Mujh kl se left side leg vagina k pass or nabhi se niche bhut pain ho rha hai kl se chal bhi Nhi PA rhi hi hun or soya bhi Nhi ja ra hai mujhse , 36 week chal rha hai kya ye labour pain k symptoms hai plz tell me
Answer: Hey dear, rest assured that this isn't a problem, it's part of pregnancy. Experiencing heaviness or swelling in vagina occur due due to increased blood volume, also as the growing uterus presses against certain blood vessels or blocks them altogether causing the disruptive blood how in vagina thus swelling arises. As pregnancy will progress you ll experience more heaviness, infact this will be extended to your inner thighs as well. Take ample of rest and worry less.