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Question: my 9th month started I have mild pain just like period pain..sometimes....is it normal?????
Answer: hello dear Lower abdominal pain and cramping during pregnancy is termed as Round Ligament pain by the health professionals. A woman used to experience mild abdominal pain and discomfort through out the pregnancy time and there is nothing like to worry about as this abdominal cramping is normal.
Abdominal pain during pregnancy can be just a sign that uterus is getting ready to carry a baby through the next nine months of pregnancy. Lower abdominal pain occasionally crop up during pregnancy because of uterus stretching, from constipation or from gas.
During pregnancy, the uterus enlarges to provide accommodation to the growing fetus. This enhances the size and weight of the uterus.
Increased weight and size puts pressure on the ligament that holds it further causing it to stretch. This condition leads to lower abdominal pain, cramping during pregnancy, which is also termed as Round Ligament pain.
To get some relief, reduce your physical activity
* To decrease pain reduce cramp-inducing positions
* Comfortably resting can also relieve from pain
* You can also take a warm bath to relax from lower stomach pain and cramps during pregnancy
* Avoid turning sharply at the waist, if you are experiencing abdominal pain during pregnancy.
Question: I am 23 weeks and have period like mild pain since yesterday.. Is it normal??
Answer: Hello dear, period like mild pain is perfectly normal and there is really nothing you can do other than rest every chance you get. If you are working, take a little nap during your breaks. It will pass in time. Hang in there. Your physical changes this week. You may feel occasional cramps and lower abdominal pains. If you are feeling a lot pain plz visit ur doctor before taking any medication.
Sit down, put your feet up and relax. Resting comfortably should reduce any belly aches. If sitting doesn't help things, try resting on your hands and knees, or leaning forward against the back of a sofa....When you get up from bed, turn to your side and then get up slowly. Use your arms for support. This reduces the stress on your abdomen. Moving slowly and smoothly from a sitting or lying position can also help. Drink plenty of water and other fluids to avoid dehydration in the hot summer months. If you have a lot of gas, avoid oily, spicy foods and heavy pulses such as rajma or chana that produce gas. .... Pat hot water bag or bootle on that area...
Hope it helped.... Take care urself...
Question: Sometimes period like pain is it normal?
Answer: Hi.. Dear abdominal pain is caused by the stretching of the ligament that supports the uterus, as the uterus grows. This is normal, therefore, do not worry, try using Maternity pillow. However, gas and bloating can also be the reason. Sit down, put your feet up and relax.. Keep yourself hydrated (drink lot of fluids).
Whenever, you will next visit your gynaecologist, inform her about the same..