11 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Due to back pain Dr advice to admit, it is necessary

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Answer: Hello dear. It depends what is the reason you are experiencing the back pain. If your gynae is asking to get admitted it would be the best decision for you and your health. I would say do as ur gynae says and if in doubt consult another doctor to get a second opinion. Hope it helps.
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