At this week, you are very near to your due date. This is a very crucial week for the future mothers and particularly for the first time mothers.
Being aware of some events that occur during this week gives you an encouragement. You will be experiencing some symptoms of this week like frequent urination, constipation, contractions etc.
There may be a continuation of those aches and pains in 35 weeks pregnant, and some new ones may also be added.
The hip pain or pelvic girdle pain is commonly experienced by the women in the later stages of their pregnancy.
Pelvic girdle pain
This pain is sometimes called as Symphysis Pubis Dysfunction. It is a very painful condition in the pelvic region which develops in the 2nd and 3rd trimester of the pregnancy. It can be anything ranging from slight ache to the searching sensation that covers around the back and comes down to the growing stomach. This is caused whenever the growing stomach puts increasing pressure on the joints, muscles, and bones in the back and pelvic area.
The increased pregnancy hormones tend to loosen up or soften the connective tissue in the body. It results in the relaxation of the joints present between your pelvic bones. These flexible bones make the passage of the baby easier during the birth. It can have the extra effect of generating the hip pain. In the late pregnancy, this hip pain usually takes place on one side. The alterations in your posture, along with the lower back ache that result from your heavier uterus can also add to the discomfort. Exercises that strengthen your abdominal muscles and lower back may ease your hip pain. Compresses and warm baths may also help.
As the developing baby is putting stress on all of your insides it results in the common symptom of heartburn. To avoid the heartburn, avoiding the foods that stay upright after the consumption and that result in the heartburn is important. You can also try to ease the stomach acids by drinking some milk.
Backache is very common at the time of pregnancy, but it gets worse during the last 2 months of the pregnancy. Changing posture and the growing abdomen is putting so much pressure on the back. A warm bath, massage, and stretching are good ways which helps in alleviating your back pain.