25 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Hi I'm 25week pregnant I have vaginal pain kindly help

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Answer: Hi dear, it is normal in pregnancy due uterus expanding ur body is getting ready to create more room for baby , there are hormonal changes going in ur body. For this following are the remedies: 1 Elevate your feet when resting, if possible. 2 soak your legs in hot water. 3 Avoid standing for long hours it creates load on abdominal area 4Try taking a hot shower or bath 5 start low impact exercises like walk. 6 in case u have severe joint pains along with abdominal pains ask your doctor too add  calcium or magnesium supplements to you diet.
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    Shwetha R455 days ago

    Thank u aanchal

Answer: U should consult doctor, if any this kind of problems....
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