Welcome to HealthcareMagic
These are non specific symptoms. In true labor you ll get pain in low back and abdomen radiating towards thighs. It ll be associated with show. The pain increases in intensity during contractions which comes at regular intervals and your abdomen becomes hard. If you experience these symptom you should immediately rush to hospital. Take care
I find this answer helpful
You found this answer helpful
Disclaimer: These answers are for your information only and not intended to replace your relationship with your treating physician.
This is a short, free answer.
For a more detailed, immediate answer, try our premium service [Sample answer]
Hello Doctor, I m 38 weeks pregnant and i tomorrow my doctor will be removing the stitch which is put. I have started getting severe back ache since the past 2 days. Please advise whether the delivery is close or i wl still have to wait. thanks. Tenya
I am 34, and 38 weeks pregnant. I know what back pain is like, I have chronic back pain and have had a microdiscectomy L5-S1 in 2007. I have had a sensation but it has increased in the past 2 weeks. The sensation starts in my lower back and moves up to my head, then finishes in my chest. It feels like a pulsating electrical charge that is quite painful and stops me in my tracts. It goes away if I change my position. It feels like an adernaline rush up my spine. Im not thinking it labor pains, because it is not radiating to my tummy. I can t try and have orgasim because it causes the sensation. It is quite paralysing. I have a doctors appointment monday, but I worried because it is happened quite often if I get into the wrong position.
hiaa im 18 years old and 39 weeks pregnant and my mucus plug has come away and ive had major bleeds all the way through my pregnanacy and been in hospital a few times because off it. buh im having real bad back pain an i can stop being sick why is this ??
Hi My Name Is Brenda Lee Ihad surgurey a few years ago on both my arms but while every one was fighting what to do I was in Milard rehab for a year I have 89% damage right 92% left nerve damage and ive read everything on it does the pain in my shoulders ever get easer or does thepain in time ever go away im always in pain does it get any better Brenda
I am 24 year male. I'm 5ft 7" tall and I weigh 69 kg. I drink 2 bottles of 375 volume of beer with 10.1% of alcohol every evening after work. My heart beats faster than normal if I work harder or ran for 30 seconds. I sometimes feel pain and some burning sensation in my chest. What is my problem and how can you help me?
I experience extreme pain at night while sleeping when I try to change positions. It hurt worse if I lay on my back. I don t have the pain any other time. I can exercise sit up and I even have to sleep on the couch some nights sitting up with my legs up. I don t feel any pain at this time. I only feel in the bed when I switch from side to side, lay on my stomach and on my back.
hello doctori had tympanoplasty 2weeks ago,though it was not a big perforation but i got it to avoid future recurrent infection.the packing was removed 4days ago,i am having antibiotics & ear drops post operatively,but from last 2days m feeling fullness in ear,the ear drops run out of the ear after i get up after putting them in.is this normal or should i visit my doctor again ?
Hi i have had dizziness with the feeling that my eyes were shaking .several times over the last 24 hours and several times over the last couple of weeks. It is an unfamiliar feeling that come over me like a wave. This morning it happened twice and...
Hello Dr, Occasionally since couple of days i get Electric shock pain in the left palm/ fingers and simultaneously on the left side of the cheek. Sometimes only on the right palm but not on the cheek. And pinching pain in the back for few mins now...
My lumbar MRI shows the following: 19mm low signal intensity structure withing central call at l4-l5, extending disc fragment posterior to superior margin of l5 with sequestered disc fragment secondary to l4-l5, marked compression of the call...