pain in pregnancy


Should I Worry about Sharp Breast Pain in Pregnancy?

Should I Worry about Sharp Breast Pain in Pregnancy?

Pregnancy is an exciting journey for all women even though it is riddled with lots of issues that can cause pain and discomfort. Sharp breast pain pregnancy is one of them and is very common. Tenderness, soreness, swelling and pain in the breasts are one of the first symptoms that appear when a woman gets pregnant. These symptoms of breasts are the indication that your body is making the...

Upper Abdominal Pain When Pregnant: Causes and Remedies

Upper Abdominal Pain When Pregnant: Causes and Remedies

The period of pregnancy calls for a wide range of different experiences, some of which are expected and some may be a little unexpected or unpredictable. Starting from morning sickness to body pain and grumpy mood, a woman can virtually experience any symptom either naturally or triggered by a stimuli. Abdominal pain is one such symptom that women complain very often during pregnancy. However, is...

Rib Pain During Pregnancy

Rib Pain During Pregnancy

When you reach late 2nd trimester or early 3rd trimester, you would start feeling aches and pains in various parts of your body. You can’t take painkillers just like you did when you were not pregnant and has to live with the pain. Causes of Rib Pain During Pregnancy It is not uncommon to have rib pain during pregnancy, especially on the right side. The intensity of the pain may vary from a...

Upper Back Pain During Pregnancy

Upper Back Pain During Pregnancy

Many people focus on pre-natal lower back pain. However, there are also a fair number of women who experience upper back pain (thoracic spine). A woman has to face some discomfort during pregnancy. Experiencing back pains is one of the most common discomforts that women experience during this time. At times, back pains can be rather annoying. In the early stages of pregnancy, experiencing lower...

Causes and Remedies for Rib Pain During Pregnancy

Causes and Remedies for Rib Pain During Pregnancy

If you are in your third trimester, you probably thought you had already experienced enough pain like hip pain, backaches and ligament pain. Now, you can add one more to your list, rib pain. When you start feeling short of breath, and having pains in your upper torso front and back, then you may have rib pain. To help with your last hard period of pregnancy, detailed infromation about rib pain...

Abdominal Pain During Pregnancy

Abdominal Pain During Pregnancy

While it’s normal for pregnant women to have aches and pains, it can be concerning when the pain emanates from the belly. A lot of women are worried about the baby during such incidences, but in most cases, there is nothing to worry about. If you begin to feel cramps with the abdomen, you don’t need to panic. Sometimes, this could not be so subtle a way of the body reminding you to relax or...

Backache During Pregnancy

Backache During Pregnancy

Many women experience back pain while they are pregnant. Some estimate that a quarter to half of all pregnant women have experienced this symptom at some point. There are several remedies to this problem that can help you prevent long-term discomfort. Some women find that pregnancy actually improves back pain that they experienced before. If you manage your symptoms properly, it is unlikely that...

Hip Pain During Pregnancy

Hip Pain During Pregnancy

Women who are in their second trimester of pregnancy will notice that their abdomen is starting to show and people around are noticing their baby bump. Clothes will start to feel tighter and these soon-to-be moms will feel out of shape as they put on excess weight. They will also start experiencing back pains as well as hip and pelvic pains. As pregnancy progresses, these body aches may become...

Round Ligament Pain

Round Ligament Pain

Round ligament pain is usually sharp in character and typically involves hip or abdominal region. Some women may also experience the spread of pain signals to pelvic or groin areas. In most cases the pain is bilateral but it can also be unilateral (involving only one side of the body). Typically pregnant mommies experience round ligament pain during the second trimester of pregnancy for the first...