38 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Hello. I have extreme pubic pain. I cannot get up from bed easily or turn in bed . If i walk during the day, the pain gets worst by the night. I cannot sit down and get up easily due to so much pain. Pls advice what i should do.

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Answer: Hi dear, I too had the same experience during 38 weeks, I was told that the body is just preparing and expanding down there for your delivery. I was told to get some warm bath or just pour warm water around hip before going bed during the night to relax...but if you are still not feeling comfortable after this you can talk to your doctor...Get ready to welcome your little one :)
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