Planning for pregnancy

Question: Hi , my lmp was 6th feb but today i have back pain , lower abdominal pain ,leg pain , always feeling sleep . What does it mean pls reply

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Answer: It can be positive sign. Pls wait till u miss ur periods and avoid heavy works
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    Pari Pihu875 days ago

    Thanks

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