Pregnancy and child bearing

Lower abdominal pain during pregnancy


Lower abdominal pain during pregnancy

Despite the fact that pregnancy often does something to hurt, yet any pain should be a cause for concern. Of course, since the early days and until the birth (and even after) a woman’s body undergoes tremendous changes, which is often accompanied by pain. Therefore, to experience pain, nurturing the baby, unfortunately, “normal”. However, doctors often say that normal is when nothing hurts. How is it really?

Reasons for stomach pains pregnant

Lower abdominal pain during pregnancyIt all depends on what, where and how you got. Among the most common complaints of pregnant women, pain in the perineum. They appear mainly with 35-37 weeks and are harbingers of imminent birth. The baby begins to slowly move, pressing on muscles, nerves and ligaments. Besides hip joints even more divergent, and ligaments do not have time for them, what causes sharp shooting pain and stretching in the crotch and legs. But such feelings can arise and on a much smaller time – in this case their suspicions, you must confirm with your doctor. Often pain in the perineum in the first weeks may indicate a threatened miscarriage.

Besides the fact that there is preparation for childbirth, pain in the perineum can have other causes. Often the fetus presses the nerves (e.g., sciatic nerve) that causes pain. If this woman is not only difficult to stand, but lie very uncomfortable and painful. One solution is to endure. Maybe the fetus will take a different position and the “release” crushed nerve.

The cause of pain in the perineum may be the loosening of the ligaments, varicose veins of perineum – this should install the gynecologist and if necessary to prescribe appropriate treatment. Usually pain in the perineum goes away by itself after childbirth. If childbirth was a rupture of the perineum – this can also cause pain (as well as the seams due to the gap) for some time.