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Question: Feeling pain and heavy pressure in pelvic area. Is this common in this week or sign of labor. Feeling tensed
Answer: Hello dear, First times, this usually happens by the 36th week. In others it may happen as late as in labour. The baby’s head is now fixed and its movement may seem reduced. Instead of active movement of the whole body, you may just experience the movements of the legs and perhaps the arms. The head which is fixed in the pelvis, may press on the urinary bladder and this may lead to difficulty in urination or increase frequency of urination. You may have noticed an increase in the discharge through your vagina. This is OK as long as it is colourless and sticky. Watery / blood stained or discharge of blood has to be reported to your doctor immediately. Take care...
Question: Feeling little pain in my stomach and pressure in my pelvic area.? Is it sign of labor
Answer: Hi dear. as your baby has taken her proper position and and is putting the laws of reflection on your purpose flour that's why you are experiencing this heaviness and pain at this is quite normal at this stage and this is not a direct to sign of labour but it is indicating that your babe body is getting prepared for birth
Question: My hips..legs..back is paining..is this a sign of labor pain..and in pelvic area olso
Answer: No dear all these pain increases when ur baby takes the head down position. And hence you are experiencing all these. I am sharing some sign of labor which would help you in understanding when the actual pain is starting. In the first stage of labour, your contractionsgradually open your cervix. Early contractions may feel like period pain. You may have cramps or backache, or both. Or you may just have aching or heaviness in the lower part of your tummy. Six common signs to look for when the baby might be on its way. 1.) The baby drops 2.) Strong and regular contractions 3.) Her water breaks 4.) Lower back pain and cramping 5.) Bloody vaginal discharge 6.) Diarrhea or nausea. Other signs of preterm labor include vaginal bleeding or spotting, unusual vaginal discharge, abdominal pain, pressure in your pelvic area, or low back pain. Your waterbreaks or you suspect that you're leaking amniotic fluid. Early labor will last approximately 8-12 hours. Your cervix will efface and dilate to 3 cm. Contractions will last about 30-45 seconds, giving you 5-30 minutes of rest between contractions. Contractions are typically mild and somewhat irregular but become progressively stronger and more frequent.