Lower Pelvic Achiness Back Ache Brax Hix Cont

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Susanna - February 7

Anyone in my same boat. I have been having braxton hicks contractions for a few weeks, doctor says everything looks good, went to ER too and everything was fine. Today I am experiencing achiness in my lower pelvic area(actually the joints from underneath) and back aches. HELP!!!

 

jenn - February 13

i have this to, how many weeks are you? my dr told me to drink lots of fluids. xoxo jenn

 

L S - February 13

im 21 weeks along and having same symptoms doc says everything is fine,less u experience spottng!

 

Tasha - February 15

i'm 26weeks i went into labor the doctor stop it and told me to drink two gallons of water daily and i''d had back trouble he said it was from the baby trying to be you forward and your trying to hold yourself up. i feel your pain. use a heating pad

 

carissa - July 28

i have had several of these contractions in the last couple of days and i am only 5 months pregnant. I was wondering the same thing??? is this normal??? what causes these things?

 

Julie - July 28

Hi Carissa. I am nearly 28 weeks, and have only had one contraction, however it got my worried and I did some research. Make sure you are emptying your bladder at least once every couple of hours whether you feel the need or not. An overly full bladder adds pressure and can cause contractions. I haven't had any more problems.

 

Jamie - August 8

I have these "Braxton Hicks" contractions quite frequently, actually. They're your bodies way of preparing you for labor and delivery. Your uteus is a big muscle and needs to contract to strengthen you for labor. So just think of it as working out a little bit before the big compet_tion. If I didn't have these I think I'd be quite worried..

 

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