5 weeks pregnant mother

Question: I am five week pregnancy bt i have lot of side pain is it normal

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Answer: Hi dear having such pains are normal. Don't sit in same posture for long also ask ur doctor if u can do some exercises as that is the best cure for body pain during pregnancy. Don't lift anything heavy. U can apply pain gel and can do hot compress
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