This is a discussion on Pain at my right Hip area within the Third Trimester forum, part of the Pregnancy Forum category; Dear all, Ytd, i kicked something on the ground and nearly trip and fall forward,but god watched over me and ...
Ytd, i kicked something on the ground and nearly trip and fall forward,but god watched over me and I manage to 'brake'
But then i didnt feel any pain anywhere.
But since late morning ytd, I feel pain on my right hip. It lasted since ytd late morning until now and I am practically limbing..
Does anyone of you face this same prob as I do previously or now?
Do you know what is the cause of this prob?
i dont think it is pre-ecclampsia as I do have exhibits the symptoms of pre-ecclampsia.
Pls advise me...thanks a million!
i had pain in my left thigh all the way down to my ankle two weeks back when i woke up in the morning.
the gynae suspect that the baby might have been pressing on my leg nerves. so had taken one week's mc to rest. it gets better along the way as the baby decides to change position. :P
I agree, sometimes when you feel like a numbing pain somewhere...it could be due to the baby pressing on some nerves.....tht time when I m pregnant I also experienced it
I had this problem in my third tri too. the pain was deep in my hip/buttock area. gynae said it's cos of baby's weight and position putting pressure on my nerves. on some days it was so bad that i had to walk really really slowly with a limp.
the unfortunate thing is this pain is back now probably due to carrying my baby every day and still putting pressure on the same nerve. i can feel it when i am lying down sometimes too. =< i also dont know what i can do about it.
See traditional chinese medicine doctor to accupunture. Nowadays I seems to keep going there. After give birth, here pain there pain, now stomach still never recover from diarrhea. Going there to poke more needles soon.
I had severe pain on my left hips since 5 month of pregnancy. Heavy baby pressed hard on the nerves and I dreaded walking. Mother World support belt helped me a lot and I always wore it when going out. It is reviewed at my blog: Mother World Mummy's Reviews
The pain disappeared after delivery. Phew!!!
hi hi dear all,
I seen my gyane ytd and was told it is muscles strained. I was given 10 days mc, from the initial 1 mths.. haha..think if take 1 month mc, it is not very good...but then again was scolded for not getting the 1 month leave as I can go back earlier if i recover and heal within 1 month mc given to me,right..
But nvm ..or else my work gg to pile up...
Thanks everyone for your replies. If there are any good remedies to share...I am all ears and they are all very welcomed!
Does anyone know if it is safe to use the sticky medical pad a.k.a ko yo that the elderly use to paste on their back when they have aches or pains ?
is it safe for pregnant woman?
Pls advise...thanks so much!
Oh yah, I also practised Pilates every day to strengthen the spine and core muscles, and improve posture. Learnt through certified instructors.
Another benefit of Pilates is that I knew exactly how to control my core muscles and during delivery, the pushing was done precisely. Baby was out after less than 15 minutes of pushing even though he was big for my size. Phew!
i am not sure if the medication will be harmful since there are so many different brands with different ingredients and also different traditional chinese medicine physicians may have their own concoctions. but i didn't use any of such medicated plasters when I was suffering the pain during pregnancy partly cos i have sensitive skin and partly cos i am not sure of the safety.
you are right about the unknown safety of using the medicated pad. Ytd when i checked the packaging of the medicated pad, i realised it stated : "Not suitable for Pregnant women"
so now i dare not use it anymore..sigh, i used it for like 3-4 times, before i realise the word of caution on the packaging.. Hope it doesn't harm my baby...very worried.... =(
Relax... 3-4 times doesn't not seem a high dosage, anyway you've stopped using it.
Many of the medicated items have not been tested on pregnant women and the effects are not known, so it is common to find the statement 'Not for pregnant women'. The manufacturers need to avoid any liability.
The best is to seek Dr's advice before trying medicated items or starting exercise regime during pregnancy.