Pain In The Vagina In Pregnancy Entering The Age Of 9 Months?
noon..I’m pregnant 9 months already entered..hpl me next month..but I already feel pain and the road feels pain..that’s why..please answer ny..thank you
Hello, good afternoon..
Vaginal pain in the third trimester of pregnancy (late pregnancy) is common and is a natural thing. During this time, weakness in the pelvic floor muscles and increased pressure from fetal body weight increases, causing pressure on the vagina. Pelvic floor muscles are a group of muscles that support organs such as the uterus, vagina, urethra (bladder), and bladder. Hormonal changes during pregnancy make these muscles weaken. As the pelvic floor muscles weaken, pressure from the uterus (which comes from the baby's weight) results in a feeling of "fullness" or pain in the vagina.
Apart from the above conditions, feelings of pain in the vagina in pregnancy can also be caused by other conditions, such as:
constipation (difficult to defecate). Constipation can cause a feeling of pressure or full sensation / pain in the vagina. urinary tract infections Pelvic Organ Prolapse (POP). POP occurs when the organs around the pelvis descend into the vagina or rectum (the end of the large intestine, before the anus). Some types of POP include cystocele (bladder down to the vagina), enterocele (part of the small intestine protruding into the vagina), rectocele (rectum protruding into the vagina), and others. cervical weakness (cervical insufficiency)
You don't need to worry too much, because, as we mentioned before, complaints of vaginal pain are common at the end of pregnancy and are often harmless. However, you and your partner also need to keep an eye on complaints of pain experienced .. If the pain you experience is getting stronger and stronger, or accompanied by other symptoms such as fever, pain during urination, bleeding from the vagina, or changes in fetal movements. , then immediately check with your obstetrician or emergency department.
Meanwhile, to help reduce the pain that you experience, here are some suggestions we can give:
You can take a pregnant yoga class. Pregnant yoga will help you to do stretching back and pelvic muscles. This stretch will help reduce the pressure and pain experienced while staying active during pregnancy. Light exercise such as brisk walking can help strengthen muscles and improve posture so that it can relieve pain and reduce pressure on the pelvic muscles consuming lots of water. This can prevent constipation that can cause pressure in the vagina
So, I hope this helps and hopefully always healthy for you and your future baby :)