The fetus enters the pelvis when the fetus\’ head moves toward the entrance of the birth canal and reaches the entrance of the pelvis. This is an important step for the fetus before delivery and is also a signal that labor is about to begin. The fetus entering the pelvis will bring some symptoms, let’s learn more about them below. 1. The feeling of the fetus entering the pelvis varies from person to person. Some expectant mothers may feel a sense of pressure or heaviness in the pelvic area, and some expectant mothers may feel a distinct sensation of the baby\’s head sinking. Some expectant mothers may experience soreness or mild pain in the perineum. In short, the specific feeling varies depending on individual differences, but the feeling of the fetus entering the pelvis is generally more obvious. [The most comprehensive and best sound quality in history] 32 sets of 100 must-listen prenatal education music for late pregnancy for free 2. Symptoms As the fetal head sinks, expectant mothers may experience the following symptoms: (1) Frequent urination or urgent urination due to the fetal head. The subsidence of the vagina increases the pressure on the bladder, and the expectant mother may feel frequent or urgent urination. (2) Low back pain. The sinking of the fetal head will also put pressure on the lumbar spine and pelvis, causing the expectant mother to feel low back pain. (3) Perineal discomfort The sinking of the fetal head will also put pressure on the perineum, causing the expectant mother to feel discomfort in the perineum, such as soreness, heaviness, etc. (4) Inconvenient walking. Due to the sunken position of the fetus\’ head, expectant mothers may find it inconvenient to walk and their steps will become smaller. In short, the entry of the fetus into the pelvis is an important step before delivery and is also a signal that labor is about to begin. The specific feelings and symptoms vary from person to person, but generally speaking, the arrival of the fetus in the pelvis will bring some discomfort to the expectant mother. If the expectant mother has obvious pain or other abnormal symptoms, she should seek medical treatment in time.