Answer: Hi, many of the symptoms of early pregnancy, like breast tenderness, fatigue, mood swings, mild cramping, back pain, and others, are also symptoms that women may experience with premenstrual syndrome (PMS) or after ovulation in the days prior to their menstrual period. Hope this helps.
Answer: It is very common problem... Due to increase of ur belly size ,take more rest
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Question: Severe lower back pain and legs pain
Answer: Try to sleep on your left side by keeping pillow between your legs this help to back pain also ask anyone to give gentle massage on lower back part
Question: Am having severe back pain and abdominal pain.... What i will do... Body pain also
Answer: hi it is possible to get abdominal pain due to the round ligament pain which is due to the stretching of muscles due to the expansion of uterus
back pain is possible due to the pressure on the sciatica nerve which is due to the expansion of uterus
you can do hot water compression which will help to give you relief in back pain
you should not bend or lift anything heavy
you should also do a good oil massage which will help you
keep a l pillow behind your lower back which will help you while your sitting
take good rest and take a warm water shower which will also help you in body pain if nothing else you should consult to the doctor
Question: Why i'm feeling lower abdominal pain but not severe
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 Gas and bloating, Constipation and Round ligament pain
Sit down, put your feet up, and relax
A hot water bottle or heating pad might help. Drink lots of liquids to stay hydrated.
When you do feel a pain, bend towards the pain to relieve it.