Hi there! I have a 3 yr old and am currently 28 weeks pregnant now. Any excissive leaking should be checked out by your doctor. It could be that you just have a heavy discharge, or a yeast infection. It could also mean you are leaking either urine (which i have had happen when the little one is on your bladder) or in worse cases, you could be leaking amniotic fluid. Your doctor can do a simiple test with a parchment type paper to see if this is the case. The paper will turn colors if you are leaking fluid. If not, a vaginal exam can rule out a yeast infection. Talk with your doctor. Do not be afraid to express your deep concerns. their jobs aren't just to take could care of your growing little one, but you too. If you don't like the anwers you get, you can always go somewhere else for a second opinion.AnswerAbsolutely, go straight to the hospital. This can be extremely serious and may cause a very serious infection.
It is called a flutter, if it was referring to irregular rapid contractions it would be called tachycardia.
Peristalsis is the term for the rhythmic contractions of the esophagus. These wavelike contractions move food toward the stomach.
The rhythmic muscular contractions of the digestive system are called peristalsis.
only in the last trimester when they prepare the uterus for labor and are called Braxton Hicks contractions.
It is called peristalsis!
they are called peristalsis
Ca++, the calcium cation (positively charged ion) is responsible for triggering muscle contractions.
I think you may be referring to what are called "Braxton-Hicks" contractions.
it called peristalsis
It is called peristalsis
Tetany is the term for the muscle contractions that may be caused by hypoparathyroidism.
The hormone that contributes to the frequency and strength of contractions during labor is called Oxytocin.
It is called "leaking".
no the seal is broken need a new one what are you taqlking about man? its called stop leak, a company called bars makes it
The rhythmic contractions of smooth muscle down an esophagus is called peristalsis. The muscle contractions that help move the food down through the esophagus (and through much of the gastrointestinal tract) are called peristalticcontractions.Interestingly, even if you are hanging upside down in a gravitational field (such as a kid hanging by his legs from the monkey bars), you can still swallow food and it will go to your stomach due to these contractions.
That is called braxton hicks contractions not real contractions mind you but a preview of what your contractions are gonna be like its the first step right before you have your baby well probably starting around week 30 and can go on till real contractions happen.
it occurs by the regular contractions of the heart