Similar Questions with Answers
Question: My due date is on 2nd September but m suffering from fever. Is this a matter to worry?
Answer: Hello, I'm happy to help.
Sorry to hear you are having fever. Fevers during pregnancy are never normal, so an exam is always recommended. If fever is caused by a viral illness mild medication would do. If it's caused by bacterial, an antibiotic is often needed. Please consult your gynecologist for checking on this.
Question: My last period date is aug. 8 but from 2 days i have a abdominal pain and period pain. why It is period chances
Answer: Hii dear it could be the pregnancy.dear u should check ur pregnancy after 6 days of missed period with ur morning first urine as it has highest hcg to detect the correct status of ur pregnancy. If two lines come then u r pregnant. Visit doctor immediately for further check up. And advise.
Pregnancy is not the only reason of no period or delayed once. Missed or late periods happen for many reasons other than pregnancy. Common causes can range from hormonal imbalances to serious medical conditions, stress , extreme exercise, weight loss or weight gain, eating disorders, or it could be your body still working out your cycle.so better u should first get ur pregnancy check with kit and if negative then consult doctor to detect other reasons of late period.
All the best.
Question: I am suffering from back pain why is it so
Answer: With that bump comes excess weight and pressure on your joints and ligaments. The second trimester is when most people begin to experience back pain and may feel joint and pelvic pain.
As your pregnancy progresses, these aches and pains become more pronounced — if you don’t manage them. But with a little effort and some healthy exercises and tips, these little pains can become manageable.
Most women’s posture changes as their belly grows and they begin to lean back, which makes their back muscles become strained. A big culprit is the pregnancy hormone relaxin, which does what it sounds like — it relaxes and loosens your joints and muscles to help the baby make its way out of your lower body. The added weight bearing down on loosened joints and ligaments can create all sorts of aches and pains — usually moderate, but in some cases severe.
We suggests heating pads and warm baths or showers and prenatal massage. Regular exercise will not only help relieve pain and help your body get back into proper alignment, it will also help strengthen your body .Wearing some sort of maternity belt for extra support will give you relief in back pain.