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Question: Dr. I have cramps in my legs and in lower abdomen. Is it normal?
Answer: Hello dear 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. As your uterus expands it can put pressure on certain nerves, causing painful spasms in your legs also the pressure your growing belly puts on blood vessels in your legs can disrupt circulation and cause cramps. Here are some simple remedies that you can follow to prevent leg cramps. 1. Eat a healthy diet 2. A warm bath can relax you and remove pain in the calf area. 3. Do gentle exercise to help blood circulation. 4. Have your prenatal vitamins regularly. 5. Reduce the salt intake to prevent fluid retention in the body. 6. Stretch your calf muscle several times during the day to reduce cramps 7. You can massage the cramped muscles with ice or cold compress to reduce pain. 8. Have vitamin B supplements to reduce cramps.
Question: why I have so pain in my left Abdomen ???
Answer: Hello Stomach pain cramps back aches are all normal during pregnancy it's due to ur baby Growing taking up all the space wch creates lots of pressure on ur stomach it's the reason u feel the cramps or tight feeling. The uterus also puts pressure on ur pelvis and vaginal muscles is the reason u get back pains or cramps. Some women also get pain in their legs. The growing uterus puts alot of pressure on ur bladder as well that's the reason for ur frequent bathroom visits. U can use cold or hot compress. Use pillow between ur legs and behind ur back while sleeping. Take a warm bath. Massage lightly with coconut oil or olive oil.
Question: I have cramps in my lower abdomen. why it happened
Answer: Dear it is normal. You may notice that you feel period-like cramps or even pain on one side. The most common reason to have pain that feels like cramping is actually your uterus growing or stretching. This is normal pain and should be expected in a healthy pregnancy. You may also feel "full" or "heavy" in the area of your uterus. Hope this helps.