i feel like my baby's head is always seen out and coz of which my tummy is not symmetric in shape everytime... its like bulging out from the place where there is baby's tummy and that area becomes very hard... even pains sometimes... is it very serious problem???


Dr Charmi Thakker Deshmukh can you advise

Shurvi Khamesra

can any one plz answer my question

Shurvi Khamesra

Dr.Shilpitha Shanthappa plz guide if u can...

Shurvi Khamesra

Sonali Shivlani mam plz help me out...

Parveen Sofian Ghani

Hi dear m too experiencing this baby stuck there bum and  tummy get hard it's common in this stage  as there is less space available it's fine nothing to worry

Dr. Shilpitha Shanthappa

Hello Shurvi...
In second and third  trimester of pregnancy, the uterus has already reached half way and will be stuck between your pelvic bone and belly button. There are more chances of the uterus expanding in size and would eventually start to press against the walls of the stomach and thereby, give you a hard feeling. With each passing day, the hardness of the stomach becomes quite normal. This condition occurs for most pregnant women. There is nothing to worry about as pregnant woman will have a hard belly during pregnancy. The baby grows in the uterus, which is stationed at the pelvic cavity between the bladder and rectum. The waistline will expand after the baby and uterus begins to grow larger. The main cause of hard belly during pregnancy is that the uterus starts to apply pressure on the abdomen and it tends to expand..So its quite common...dont worry...

Shurvi Khamesra

but i am facing problem that my tummy is not even
like little more coming out from right side and

Dr. Shilpitha Shanthappa

Yes shurvi, this happens in last trimester as there ll be less space for fetus to move, they just start moving towards one direction and it causes tummy hard..

Sonali Shivlani

This is very normal. It could be the head, the buttocks or even the feet. There is very little room now so baby is trying to find a comfortable spot. If the baby is in a head down position and over all you can feel regular movements then there is no cause for concern.

Dr Charmi Thakker Deshmukh

the pregnant uterus is not expected to be very symmetrical. the side on which the baby back is located  will be a little hard. the bulging is most likely due  to the fact that you might not be having a good abdominal muscles tone.

Shurvi Khamesra

so how to improve abdominal muscles tone Dr Charmi Thakker Deshmukh

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