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Question: Good evening... When I'm pregnant I had piles, one of the nurse told with me it's came in pregnancy after that it's will be gone automatically, Is it right?

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Answer: Yes that's right. Agar pregency se phle piles nhi tha to after delivery khatm ho jata h.
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