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Question: hi....i hv little bit pain in lower abdomen....is it normal?
Answer: Hii yes dis is normal .
Your increasingly heavy baby is burrowing deeper into your pelvis in preparation for birth, and that little (or not-so-little) head is now pressing (hard) against your bladder, hips, and pelvis — putting ever-increasing stress on the bones, joints and muscles in your pelvis and back. On the bright side, once the baby "drops," your uterus will stop pressing up against your diaphragm and lungs, which will let you (finally) take bigger and deeper breaths.
For reliving pain u can do below things
Take a warm bath (it'll give you a break from gravity's effect).Invest in a belly sling (a specially designed crisscrossed sling made of elastic fabric that supports the weight of your belly), also to lessen gravity's effect — ask your practitioner for recommendations or check online.Get a prenatal massage (with a therapist certified in treating pregnant women — be sure to check their license and references), or try some complementary and alternative therapies.Acupuncture is an increasingly popular way to alleviate all kinds of pregnancy ills, including pelvic pain.Talk to your practitioner about pregnancy-safe pain relievers or muscle relaxants if pain is severe.
Question: Since a week,m experiencing little bit pain in lower abdomen region.sometimes its sudden n severe painful.is it normal ?
Answer: Hello dear
Some abdominal aches and pains during pregnancy are quite common and generally pose no threat to you and your baby.
Abdominal pain is mainly caused by:
1. Gas and bloating
2. Constipation is
3. Round ligament pain
Try following tips to get relief from pain:
1. Sit down, put your feet up, and relax
2 .A hot water bottle or heating pad might help.
3. Drink lots of liquids to stay hydrated.
4. When you do feel a pain, bend towards the pain to relieve it.
Question: The pain in my lower abdomen is a little bit painful.
Answer: If the pain is little and it goes it's fine but if the pain is unbearable please contact ur gynaec abt this.