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July 16th, 2012, 10:22 AM
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Anyone?!?!

I am 6 weeks pregnant with my first child and am experiencing the most horrible night sweats! I've never had this issue and I realize my hormones are all over the place right now, but it is out of control! I've had my a/c set at 70 degrees throughout the night, but I'm still sweating like a freakin' pig. It's almost unbearable... It doesn't seem to be a typical pregnancy "symptom" so I was just wondering if any of you mommies out there have been through this and have any input...

Also, on top of the unbearable sweating, how about back pain?! I typically have lower back issues, but not to this point. Oh my gosh, it hurts so bad! I grunt everytime I move a certain way... I feel like an old woman! I'm only 6 weeks, is it normal to have such bad back pain this early??

Thank you!!
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July 18th, 2012, 07:12 PM
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Im in the same boat as you! I have horrible night sweats... the a/c will be on 70 & im still burning up. They say if your cramping or have back pain to drink lots of water & see if that helps & to lay on your lieft side. hope this helps!

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July 29th, 2012, 11:46 PM
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A pregnant woman normally feels back pain because the spinal cord is a a little bit deformed.
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That's normal, i had the same symptoms while i was pregnant with lo.
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September 7th, 2012, 05:07 AM
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Back pain in very common and may be experienced throughout your pregnancy. Most people experience pain in the lower back but some also have pain in their upper back. Keeping yourself well hydrated will help reduce back pain.

1. Hot water bottles and heating pads can also provide relief. Back stretching exercises are useful and brochures are available in the office, just ask at your next appointment. In addition, there are pregnancy belts that may be purchased at maternity shops to help support your back. Massage therapy is also encouraged.
2. If your pain is associated with a fever of more than 100.4 F, burning when you urinate, or blood in your urine, this may indicate a urinary tract infection. Call our office if this occurs. Also, back pain that comes and goes every 5-10 minutes may indicate pre-term labor; you should call immediately if this happens.

3.Remember that sleeping pills are not recommended for pregnant women. If you simply can't sleep, this is not dangerous provided it does not exhaust you.
Instead of just lying there getting yourself in a state, it is much more satisfying and relaxing to get up and do something.
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September 7th, 2012, 05:07 AM
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Back pain in very common and may be experienced throughout your pregnancy. Most people experience pain in the lower back but some also have pain in their upper back. Keeping yourself well hydrated will help reduce back pain.

1. Hot water bottles and heating pads can also provide relief. Back stretching exercises are useful and brochures are available in the office, just ask at your next appointment. In addition, there are pregnancy belts that may be purchased at maternity shops to help support your back. Massage therapy is also encouraged.
2. If your pain is associated with a fever of more than 100.4 F, burning when you urinate, or blood in your urine, this may indicate a urinary tract infection. Call our office if this occurs. Also, back pain that comes and goes every 5-10 minutes may indicate pre-term labor; you should call immediately if this happens.

3.Remember that sleeping pills are not recommended for pregnant women. If you simply can't sleep, this is not dangerous provided it does not exhaust you.
Instead of just lying there getting yourself in a state, it is much more satisfying and relaxing to get up and do something.
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