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Pelvic Pain during Pregnancy: Reasons You Might Experience It

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Pelvic pain during pregnancy
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There’s a nagging pain in your pelvis – and a nagging worry that something may be wrong. You’re not the only woman to experience pain in her pelvis during pregnancy. In fact, up to 80% of women will experience pelvic pain during pregnancy. While it can happen at any time, it tends to be more common in the third trimester.

In most cases, pelvic pain isn’t anything to worry about, but there are exceptions to this rule.

Can You Get Pregnant From Pre-Cum? Top 4 Questions Revealed

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pre cum and pregnant

Many people take the risk of having sex without protection because they believe that as long as they don’t cum, the woman won’t get pregnant. While this makes perfect sense, it’s not the case at all. Precum can cause a woman to get pregnant although the male didn’t fully ejaculate inside of her.

Pulling out may lower the risk of getting pregnant, but there will always be a chance of pregnancy due to precum. Let’s determine what precum is first before we dig deeper into the subject.

8 Causes for Cramps During Pregnancy: 4 Tips to Relieve from it

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Pregnant woman in pain having cramps

Was that a little twinge you felt in your abdomen? If you’re pregnant, cramps can be scary. After all, that’s one of the first signs that Aunt Flow is on the way. And if you’re getting cramps early on in your pregnancy, you may be concerned that you’re having a miscarriage.

Should you be worried? Before you panic, take comfort in knowing that cramps are usually normal. But keep a close eye on the intensity and frequency, and see your doctor if you think something is wrong.

What can cause cramping during early pregnancy? Here are the most common reasons:

Leaking Amniotic Fluid: Signs, Causes, Symptoms, and 5 Treatments

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The pregnant woman who broke the water

When you feel leaking while pregnant, you’ll be caught off-guard and may be slightly embarrassed. Even if no one can see the leak, the mere feeling may leave you running in the other direction and scared that something may be wrong with your pregnancy.

Leaking amniotic fluid is often called “pregnancy discharge,” and there are several reasons that it can occur.

But, you need to fully understand what this fluid is before we dive deeper into symptoms, signs, causes and treatment options.

What is Amniotic Fluid?

Hip Pain During Pregnancy: How to Relieve with 6 Effective Tips

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Pregnant woman sitting in lotus position on bed with hands on hips

Women that are pregnant will notice that they’re hungrier, their pants no longer fit and that their mood is erratic. Happiness one minute is quickly followed by crying and the urge to eat pickles. But once the second trimester hits, the weight gain is apparent and a woman is likely to begin showing.Young pregnant women hugs her belly and touching her painful hip

While cute on the outside, this added weight gain will lead to the dreaded hip pain during pregnancy that women always talk about. Aches and pains will slowly start to become the norm. Not only will your hips hurt (they will), but you’ll also start to experience back and pelvic pain – no fun. And while the pregnancy progresses, you’ll start to notice these pains more frequently and all over your body, not just in your hips.

The good news is that most of these pains can be alleviated, but we’ll talk more about that soon.

HCG Levels Twins: 8 FAQs to Understand Twin Pregnancy Better

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Woman hand writing HCG on board
Source: http://www.babymed.com/

Whether this is your first pregnancy or your second one, you may have already heard about “HCG”. Majority of women out there who are either trying their best to conceive or have already conceived don’t actually know what this term truly means.

HCG, in the medical world, is an acronym for the word Human Chorionic Gonadotropin. A hormone, it is produced in the placenta when a woman is in her pregnancy days. Sometimes you may hear your doctor refer to it with the term “quantitative serial beta HCG test”.

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