Back Pain To The Vagina If You Sit Too Long While 8 Months Pregnant?
Good afternoon, I am 31 weeks pregnant. My complaint is that I often feel pain in my back and miss V. Especially if you sit down or walk for a long time. Is this normal for pregnant women? Please explain. Thank you …
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Pregnancy is a physiological condition experienced by a woman in continuing heredity. After the fertilization process, the embryo will develop into a fetus until the delivery process, which is around 40 weeks of pregnancy. During this pregnancy, the mother's weight is expected to rise to reach 11-12 kg until delivery later, so that with the appropriate increase in maternal weight, the condition of the fetus grows healthily until the birth and subsequent growth period.
However, sometimes, during pregnancy, a pregnant woman often feels complaints that might bother her, such as:
1. often urinate
2, nausea and vomiting
3. back pain
4. pain or discomfort in the female area
5. easily tired
6. mood swing
7. swollen feet
8. breathing less comfortable
In connection with your question, there are frequent complaints of back pain and mis V is a complaint that often accompanies women during pregnancy, especially in old pregnancy. Increasing body weight during pregnancy, body muscle stiffness, physical fatigue, lack of sleep, and lack of stretch during pregnancy can trigger this complaint. So that by regulating the activity patterns, rest patterns, and physical exercise patterns, these complaints can improve. Identify all of your habits that make this complaint worse, so you can control these uncomfortable complaints properly.
However, it is necessary to have a consultation and direct examination by the obstetrician, to ensure these complaints are a reasonable complaint that accompanies your pregnancy. Because of an infection in the vagina, uterus, or spinal cord compression can also cause complaints of this pain.
The doctor can plan an ultrasound examination or direct physical examination to help determine the cause. Care and treatment will be given by the doctor according to the results of the examination.
For home care you can stretch, compress warm water in the waist area, and avoid holding urine or holding bowel movements.
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