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Pregnant, lower abdominal pain, foetus scan done back pain

HELLO I M 22,AND NOW I M 33 WEEKS PREGNANT,MY FIRST CHILD WAS 1/2YR & IT WAS HOSPITAL NORMAL DELIVERY . I HAD MY SECOND SCAN IN 29-30 WEEKS IN THAT REPORTS THE FETAL WEIGHT WAS 1312(+/-150 GRAMS) ,FETAL HEART HEART RATE WAS 143 BPM ,PRESENTATION -CEPHALIC, PLACENTA-FUNDAL,POSTERIOR,UPPER SEGMENT,GRADE 2 MATURITY I WANT TO KNOWN THAT FETAL WEIGHT AND EVERYTHING WAS NORMAL ACCORDING TO MY WEEKS .I HAD PAIN IN MY LOWER ABDOMEN AND IN MY LOWER BACK ALSO.SO,PLEASE KINDLY SUGGEST ME. WHAT TO DO & HOW MANY CHANCES FOR NORMAL DELIVERY I HAD .PLEASE GIVE REPLY AS SOON AS POSSIBLE.THANKS
Asked On : Wed, 23 May 2012
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OBGYN 's  Response
May 2013
hi,
your scan findings are normal and are according to your gestational age.
as pregancy progresses the size of the uterus increases leading to dragging of ligaments supporting it that may be the cause for your pain in lower abdomen and back.
you avoid standing for prolonged periods,
take help of physiotherapist to reduce the pain,
take rest for 2 hours in day time and 8 hours for night time,
sleep preferably in left lateral position,
take nutritious diet and good hydration.
as you had normal delivery for the first time this time also you may have,
but if the baby is big and any associated complected problems like decreased liquor, uterine inertia etc are present then the mode of delivery may change.
take care.
Answered: Tue, 5 Jun 2012
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