33 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Hello manm.m doing sitting job..continue bethne se vagina m bht pain hoti h. Kya kru?

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Answer: hi a normal hai aapko Jyada time ek hi position par nahi batana chahiye agar aap ki behan ki job hai tu mate 20 karungi ki aap Har ghante Bhar Mein Ek Baar uth kar thoda sa work Le Lijiye is se aapko release Hoga sone ke time pe aapko between the legs pillow Rakhna chahiye jisse bhi aapko relief mil sakta hai
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