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Question: Hi iam 16 week pregnent i have lots of left leg pain what can i do for that

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Answer: I think u are feeling sciatica nerve pain..ur growing uterus may be giving pressure to ur sciatic nerve and it may be the reason for ur pain..don't sit for long time..take a small break in between..take warm Water to relax ur muscles..when sleeping try to sleep in left side and keep pillows to support ur legs and belly.
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    anusha marri685 days ago

    Ok tq for ur suggestion

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