Lower Abdomen And Vaginal Pain When Walking In Pregnant Women 6 Months?
Good night I am 6 months pregnant, from the age of 5. months and ms v hurts if I walk or wake up … and I feel like someone is coming out … that is safe … thx
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Basically a pregnant woman (ovary and placenta) produces a hormone called the hormone relaxin. This relaxin hormone functions to relax / loosen ligaments and cartilage in the pelvis (and has an effect on bones in other areas of the body too) so that later your pelvis can stretch more when it's time to give birth. This hormone also has the function of softening the cervix so that the cervix can open properly during labor later.
This hormone is a hormone that is very important and very useful to prepare your body for the time of your labor later. However, this stretch that occurs in the ligaments and cartilage in your body (especially in the pelvic region) can cause symptoms such as pain in the bones around your vagina. This pain is likely to get worse when your pregnancy is getting bigger and when your baby's head has begun to enter the pelvic cavity later.
To help reduce your pain, you can consult your obstetrician, and your obstetrician can recommend using a special corset (belly support or belly band) to help reduce this pain. The use of belly support can also help reduce other pain commonly experienced by pregnant women, such as abdominal pain due to stretching of the uterine ligaments, low back pain and back pain. You should consult with your obstetrician before you can use this belly support.
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