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Pregnant, suffering from cough, pain in uterus, movement of child in womb. Cure for pain?

Hi, i am pregnant and started 7th months from 18th Jan’2013 .I have cough problem from past 10 days but now I am all right from coughing .But from Yesterday my uterus is paining where the baby moves. the pain is around my uterus . I dont know how to explain but its disturbing me. It happens more when baby is moving in womb . Please let me know if this is nomal or do My doctor is out of station and I will be able to consult him after 23rd jan. Please assist me.
Asked On : Tue, 22 Jan 2013
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
Dec 2012
Hello Atkaran,

Thanks for posting
From your description, it will be hard to tell without being able to physically examine you to tell if the pain is not due to braxton hicks contractions or due to labor ( preterm). The fact that you presented with a chest infection during pregnancy is a risk factor for preterm labor. Your gynobs would need to evaluate you as soon as possible to different the origin of the pain. If just braxton hicks then you need not worry. But if they are labor contractions, then immediate management plan has to be put into place to prevent preterm delivery. Do visit an ER as soon as possible

Hope this helps
Dr Nsah
Answered: Wed, 23 Jan 2013
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