Question: I m getting vaginal pain especially at night when I m moving.. Is this normal at 35 week?
Dear vaginal pain happens due to expanding uterus,it is normal and it will be reduced in some time,but if you experiencing vaginal pain with spotting or bleeding,it might be a serious issue,and medical attention is needed immediately,vaginal pain can also occur due to urinary tract infections,stress..
Tips for reducing vaginal pain...
Stay yourself hydrated
It is essential to drink atleast two to three litres of water a day,can also include juice,soup,add more water rich fruits and vegetables like cucumber,raddish, watermelon,Amla,orange, white pumpkin in your diet
Lie on left side
It is advisable to lie on side (SOS) during pregnancy, preferably left side,will increase blood circulation to baby and it also reduce vaginal pain
Maintain good posture
You can also sit straight and keep your feet little elevated by keeping pillow below your feet,distrubute your weight equally,will also increase blood flow and helps in reducing the pain
Kegal and pelvic floor exercise
Start doing kegal and pelvic floor exercise, but after consulting doctor,helps in strengthening of vaginal muscles,will also helps in reducing pain
Include more fiber rich foods like whole wheat,grain, cereals in your diet,also include more fruits and veggies,will helps in preventing constipation, because some times constipation may also leads to pain in vagina
Question: Hi mam, i am suffering with pain in right side under stomach, when am went to washroom
Answer: Hi dear,
It Sounds like a round ligament pain.there are two ligaments that holds uterus.it is usually short ligaments and once the Pregnancy progresses,it stretches too much,hence sudden movements would give such pains.donot worry.it should.subsife in some time.so better to move around slowly.
Question: I have vaginal pain while moving sleeping what to do?
Answer: Vaginal pain in pregnancy is fairly common .In pregnancy, the hormone relax in causes the pelvis, particularly at the pubic bone, to loosen. In general, this is a good thing as it makes birth easier for mother and baby.
Pain happens in particular, getting out of bed, sitting and standing time.
Avoid situations that cause pain. It is best to avoid standing for long periods of time.
Heat can be a source of pain relief. Use a warm rice sock or hot water bottle on the pelvic area.
This is perfectly safe.
Some exercise can help. ask your doctor and do some exercise.