20 weeks pregnant mother

Question: I am 19 weeks pregnant. Today morning i was suffering from a mild pain in the lower abdomen.now it becomes normal.is this pain Normal in pregnancy?

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Answer: Hello dear, mild abdominal pain or cramps r normal throughout the pregnancy. But if it persist or intensity increases then immediately consult your gynac.
Answer: I also feeling same
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