Pelvic Pain At 34 Weeks of Pregnancy
Submitted by Nick on August 16, 2012
The numerous changes that take place during a pregnancy can be a real eye opener. They fill expectant parents with amazement at the wonder of reproduction and childbirth. As you near the 34th week of your pregnancy, your body is just about preparing itself for the delivery of the fetus that you have carried for so long. It must be remembered that sometimes, the pregnancy is not all smooth sailing, and as you were advised to be careful in the first three months, the last three months of your pregnancy are equally important. By the time you arrive at the 34th week of your pregnancy, the baby has already started moving into the ...
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During your pregnancy week 34, pelvic pain could be a sign of a premature delivery. Sometimes, even the downward movement of the baby’s head could cause pain, but you need to be aware of all that is going on within your body. Any sign of your water breaking, or a discharge filled with mucous is indicative of your readiness to go into labor. Contractions that occur at this stage are frequent and approximately six or seven minutes apart. Pregnancy week 34 hip pain, is not accurately indicative of a premature delivery, and may most often be caused by a muscle in the hip joint that has got caught because of an awkward movement. Certain women continue to experience ovulation pain during their pregnancy and it is not uncommon for women in the final trimester to experience ovulation week 34 pelvic pain.
With movement of the fetus, week 34 pelvic pain could be indicative of a more serious complication, and should be checked by a medical practitioner without any wastage of time. Sometimes the downward movement of the fetus into the delivery position causes pain in the pelvic region. In the event you are about to deliver your child, you should be well prepared with the knowledge of any other indications, such as the breaking of your water or the occurrence of contractions. Staying calm at this point of time is extremely important, primarily because it is anxiety and panic that causes the worsening of a situation. Making use of breathing techniques that you have learnt to calm yourself and feel more at ease are invaluable at this time. Moral support offered by a partner also offers a great deal of comfort, allowing you to refrain from panicking.
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