28 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Horrible veginal pain & pressure since 6th month of pregnancy.. also feeling my tummy very hard.. please suggest is this concern?????

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Answer: No its normal .. Vaginal pain is because your pelvic muscles are expanding n hard tummy is because of acidity . its normal :)
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    anjali bhadoria285 days ago

    Plz consult your dr once

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