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Pregnant, bone in lower back hurts, headache, dehydration, breathlessness, white vaginal discharge. Cure?

i am 32 weeks pregnant and my bone in my lower back hurts and feels so uncomftable if i sit alot stand or even as i lay down it takes a while for me to get comftable,, lately i wake up and feel as though i was hung over ... i mean my head hurts almost alday and i feel dehydrated no matter what i drink .. i eat and my rins hurt as though i jave no room ,, i loose my breathe my stomache feels so full with no more room and lately ive been having alot of white discharge that i always feel wet
Asked On : Thu, 4 Oct 2012
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Your symptoms are natural at this stage of pregnancy. The pain in your back is probably due to the coccyx, also known as coccydynia. The treatment for this at present is rest, local pain relief and if severe, oral pain killers. The pain in the ribs is due to the expanding uterus as the flanks begin to get full after 36 weeks and as the joints prepare themselves for delivery by getting loose. The excessive white discharge is part of the preparation and is quite normal. Relax and have regular checkups with your doctor and follow advice. Good luck.
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