Pain In The Tailbone Radiating To The Legs Of Pregnant Women For A Long Time?
Good morning doctor, I am 26 weeks pregnant, but since 3 weeks of pregnancy until now I always feel pain in the sitting bones until I feel pain in the thighs to the feet, every time I change positions there is definitely pain from the supine position to the side position, even to wake up it must be painful too. Why is that, doctor? Is it dangerous, doctor? Is it a kid’s birth, but is it true that there’s such a thing as “snooker’s birth”?
Hello, Titiuswatun, thanks for asking HealthReplies.com.
Pain in these parts during pregnancy can be caused by pregnancy itself or other causes. Pain that occurs during pregnancy is a sign that the body is preparing for the birth of a child, supported by a growing and heavier fetus, a larger uterus, and hormonal changes during pregnancy. If this condition is not accompanied by other symptoms such as fever, pain when urinating, bleeding/ vaginal discharge, cough/ runny nose/ flu, then this is a normal condition. The cause of body pain during pregnancy can also be caused by diseases that need to be immediately examined by a doctor, such as pelvic inflammation, urinary tract infections, and if there is a history of injury to the painful part. To determine the cause, need an examination by a doctor.
To reduce the pain, you can try practicing sports for pregnant women and yoga for pregnant women. In addition, you can soak in warm water to make the body feel more comfortable and relaxed.
To ensure that the mother and fetus are always healthy, you should regularly check for ANC (Ante Natal Care) at the nearest midwife or doctor. It is recommended to ANC 1 time during the 1st trimester, 1 time during the 2nd trimester, and 2 times during the 3rd trimester. The following is a link about safe exercise for pregnant women to do to maintain health and fitness during pregnancy and conditions during 7 months pregnant, please read to add information.
Answering your question, in medical terms there is no term congenital snooze. That's it, I hope it's useful.
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