16 weeks pregnant mother

Question: From yesterday after ultrasound Iam getting pain in vagina and thighs joint sometime lower abdomen and backache from yesterday is it normal or need to concern kindly answer Anyone??

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Answer: It's normal pain at this time..... If it continues then please consult ur Dr
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    Nidhi D jaiswal764 days ago

    Thanks

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    Nidhi D jaiswal764 days ago

    It's mild and on and off ....

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