17 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Hi,i am 17 weeks pregnant. Yesterday my stomach was aching and the pain was too much that i was not able to walk also. Its my 2nd pregnancy but 1st child,i had miscarriage 7 months back. Please tell me why the pain occured

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Answer: Hello....Too much pain is not normal...as you have history of miscarriage you have to consult your doctor soon....
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