The doctor said it was a false uterine contraction, but last night my lower abdomen began to feel uncomfortable again, and I still felt like defecating after defecating. This morning, I felt that the closer I was to the mouth of the palace, the more painful it was like dysmenorrhea. There was no backache, and there was no red burst water. My mother-in-law said it was a rotation of the fetus, but every time my B-ultrasound showed that it was the head position. Does the head position also rotate the fetus and the rotation of the fetus also hurt? I want to ask what kind of situation I have
According to your current pregnancy time, this is already full-term. At this time, the stall can't turn around, especially if you have the first child. It may also be that the uterus has increased sensibility, which is a normal phenomenon of tacit understanding. Pay attention to appropriate rest, eat more fruits and vegetables, drink more water and keep the stool unobstructed. If the abdominal pain is more serious, it is considered to be labor
Hello, according to your current situation and the current gestational week, if the head position is normal and there is no need to change the fetal position, you can go to the hospital for fetal heart monitoring to check whether there is regular uterine contraction. If there is no regular uterine contraction, do fetal heart monitoring once a week to eliminate fetal intrauterine hypoxia.
Hello, considering that your current gestational week is full-term, is it the first child or the second child? If the pain is in bursts, and the pain lasts for a long time, the interval is short, and it does not reduce after rest, it is considered to be a real uterine contraction. Therefore, it is necessary to see a doctor for examination. It is not recommended to wait blindly at home.