8 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Hi I'm in my 7th week getting back pain.. Is that common? And what i can do to reduce it?

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Answer: Hi Dr I too have this problem but my gynec told me it's bcoz of changes in our body... So don't worry about it... Njoy ur pregnancy... Pls mark helpful if you feel this as helpful
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