Vaginal Area Feels Sore When 8 Months Pregnant?
I’m 8 months pregnant, lately I often feel achy in the Miss V section, is it dangerous???
Hello Alfiyah Syahreza, thank you for the question for HealthReplies.com
Sciatica symptoms in the vaginal area are one of the symptoms of the baby descending into the pelvic cavity. At about 2-4 weeks approaching the time of delivery, it is normal for pregnant women to experience this. In the second pregnancy and beyond, the baby can descend into the pelvic cavity earlier than this time, while in the first pregnancy, the baby can descend longer, just a few days before giving birth. The following are some of the symptoms of a baby dropping:
Pelvic sensation that feels full and uncomfortable
Pressure and pain in the vagina that is especially felt when standing for a long time or walking
The pressure in the chest area and the feeling of difficulty in breathing experienced during the 3rd trimester of pregnancy has improved
The sensation of the baby dropping that you feel is not dangerous for the pregnancy or the baby because it is a normal thing to happen in a large pregnancy. The following are some danger signs in a large pregnancy that are important for you to pay attention to:
There is fever and abnormal vaginal discharge
Excessive bleeding from the vagina
Decreased movement of the baby, ie if you feel less than 10 movements in 2 hours
Leaking of amniotic fluid or rupture of the amniotic fluid before 37 weeks of gestation
Labor contractions before 37 weeks of gestation
If you experience these symptoms, go to the hospital immediately for further examination and management.
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