30 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Hello Dr.I m feeling slightly pain in my lower abdomen and seviour pain in my lower back is it normal??

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Answer: Hello dear It is normal to feel pain in lower abdomen and severe pain in lower back in pregnancy. As your uterus expands, you may feel aches and pains in the back, abdomen, groin area, and thighs. Many women also have backaches and aching near the pelvic bone due to increased weight, and loosening joints. Here are some simple remedies that you can follow to prevent cramps. A warm bath can relax you and remove pain in the calf area and also reduce the salt intake to prevent fluid retention in the body
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