36 weeks pregnant mother

Question: I am having pelvic bone pain... what is this means? Is this having any connection with normal delivery

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Answer: Pelvic pain is usually associated with relaxing of pelvic muscles when the body is getting prepared for normal vaginal birth.slight pain in the pelvic can be considered to be normal.
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