Question: Side change time pe vagina bone pain ho raha he...... Iska reason kya he????
Answer: Hi No stress please! Pelvic pain is common in pregnancy and is known as Symphysis Pubis Dysfunction (SPD) or Pelvic Girdle Pain (PGP). The pain is caused by stiffness or uneven movements of the pelvic joints in pregnancy, which affects up to 1 in 5 women. Your symptoms may be a common side-effect of pregnancy referred to as pelvic girdle pain (PGP). PGP is an umbrella term for aches and pains in the joints of the pelvis. It's caused by your joints moving unevenly or not working properly, which puts strain on your muscles and other joints. The extra weight of pregnancy often becomes more noticeable in the second trimester. As pregnancy progresses, the uterus puts more and more pressure on the lower body. As the pelvic floor weakens, this pressure can cause a feeling of fullness in the vagina or generalized pain and pressure in the hips and pelvis. Is pelvic pain and vaginal bone pain normal in pregnancy? It is quite common for women to experience pain in the groin and pelvic area during the course of a pregnancy. Is it normal for your pelvis to hurt during pregnancy? Pelvic pain or discomfort is common during pregnancy. After all, ligaments are stretching, hormone levels are changing, and organs are shifting around to make room for your growing uterus. But sometimes pain is a red flag that something more serious is wrong. When should I be concerned about pelvic pain during pregnancy? Head to the hospital if you're experiencing vaginal or pelvic pain in addition to other symptoms, including a fever, chills, or vaginal bleeding. There are serious causes for pelvic pain during pregnancy. These might include miscarriage, ectopic pregnancy, or preterm labor. It is very normal! Easing out: Just slide a little on top, and with pillow rest, sit in elevated position for some time, then try getting up. It is very common to get backache or back pain during pregnancy, especially in the early stages. During pregnancy, the ligaments in your body naturally become softer and stretch to prepare you for labour. This can put a strain on the joints of your lower back and pelvis, which can cause back pain. 1. Practice good posture. 2. As your baby grows, your center of gravity shifts forward. 3. Get the right gear. 4. Wear low-heeled — not flat — shoes with good arch support. 5. Lift properly. 6.Sleep on your side. 7. Try heat, cold or massage. 8. Include physical activity in your daily routine. 9. Consider complementary therapies. 10. Light stretching is very important during this time Thigh Pain Leg pain extending upto thighs during pregnancy can also be caused by compression of certain nerves in your legs, your joints relaxing as your pregnancy progresses, an increase in your weight, swelling, and “natural changes in your posture as the baby grows. Leg and joint pain during the second or third trimester may be the result of added weight, changing body shape, and biomechanics. It can also be caused by fluid retention and joint laxity. ... Some women also report radiating pain down the back of the legs and hip pain. Another common pregnancy symptom is swelling. What causes upper thigh pain during pregnancy? While some inner thigh pain is normal during pregnancy, there's also a condition known as symphysis pubis dysfunction (SPD) that causes more severe pain. ... pain that is burning or shooting and may travel down the inner thigh. clicking or grinding when moving. difficulty in walking, turning in bed, or climbing stairs. Coping With Pregnancy Pains: If you are experiencing sharp or stabbing pain during pregnancy, there are some possible solutions that you can try to alleviate the pain: # Pregnancy safe stretches, # Breathing exercises/controlled breathing, # Experiment with sleeping and sitting positions, # Go on a walk. # For constipation and trouble passing stool, again you can have a good diet of fresh green veggies, juicy seasonal fruits, cereals with milk in breakfast that include daliya porridge, oats, cornflakes, muesli, add lots of water in your daily routine, keeping yourself hydrated will help you in constipation. Have lots of fiber rich food, wheat roti, ragi l, pulses (dal), red kidney beans, salads, rice. Practice some light stretches and yoga with light meditation music. breathing exercises will help in calming down your stress. 🧘♀️💗 Again, if the pain becomes too intense or prevents you from doing day-to-day activities, contact your gynecologist immediately. Consult with your doctor for more pregnancy-safe pain management ideas. Everything will be fine, just take care of these signs and enjoy your pregnancy. Feel free to contact me any time if you have further questions! Hope it helped! 🧘♀️🌸💗 (As I cannot physically see, these suggestions are only based on what I can understand from your question, but I think you are absolutely good, just pregnancy pains, which you have to bear with till you get your bundle of joy in your hand)
Question: 39 week is running,....mujhe aaj dopahr se pet me jalan bahot ho rahi hai aur leg pain ho rahe hai niche se n kamar dard kr rhi hai..kal pura din right side abdominal pain tha jo aaj thik hai..urine wet rehta hai..aur kbhi kbhi contractions ho raha hai..kya ye labour pain hai?or just else ..plz plz tell me
Answer: Real labour pains shuruaat mein bahut thodi thodi Dard hoti hai isliye ho sakta hai ki yah labour pain Ho filhal aaram karo Ghar per Agar Tej Ho jaaye FIR doctor ke pass jana