Aches and Pains
During a woman’s pregnancy there’s bound to be some form of pain. Regardless of where it’s located, some pain is normal, while other pain is not. It’s important to know which pain should be expected and which pain could be a reason for a trip to your doctor. This section is to help you sort out which pain your experiencing; why it’s happening, how long it should last and whether or not it’s normal. All women experience different forms of pain, so if you think your pain is severe, please seek medical attention immediately.
When women experience pain in their abdomen region there’s usually panic, however, some abdominal pain is normal, while severe pain and cramping is not. Learn about the abdominal pain many women go through at different stages of their pregnancy.
Back pain is just a part of being pregnant for most women, but for others it’s a more serious issue. Learn what you can do to reduce the amount of back pain your pregnancy is causing you.
Many women experience chest pains of all kinds ranging from shortness of breath, acid reflux and more. Learn about different chest pains and what causes them.
Many women who are constantly up and around while their pregnant either caring for another child, working or doing simple chores around the house, feel the pain within their legs. Learn how to care for your legs while you’re pregnant.
Ovary pain can happen once or it can continue to be a problem during your pregnancy. Occasionally this pain can affect just one or both of your ovaries. Learn what causes ovary pain, including symptoms to look for before, during and after conception. Ovary pain can be a very serious condition.
This pain is very common, yet not talked about much until it actually happens. Learn what your round ligaments are and why they may be causing you so much discomfort.
Ankles that swell during pregnancy are typically the result of fluid retention, brought on by pregnancy. Learn more about why your ankles swell and how to treat or prevent the problem from occurring.
If you experience swollen feet while you’re pregnant, don’t worry- you’re not alone. Swelling is a normal part of pregnancy, unless it comes on suddenly in your face and hands. Learn more about the symptoms, causes, treatment, and prevention measures to take when dealing with swollen feet.
Symphysis pubis dysfunction (also known as SPD) is a condition associated with childbirth and pregnancy in which the pubis symphysis—the cartilaginous joint that unites the forward-located bones of the pelvis—becomes too elastic to adequately perform its function, which is to keep your pelvic bones properly aligned. The result is an uncomfortable combination of odd sensations, […]