28 weeks pregnant mother

Question: hi this is my 26 week running n i have so much pain in lower abdomen, is it normal?

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Answer: Hello! Mild pain in abdomen is common But if more than consult the doctor. It typically occurs when the uterus expands, causing the ligaments and muscles that support it to stretch. It may be more noticeable when you sneeze, cough, or change positions. During the second trimester, a common cause of cramping is round ligamentpain. Try to sit, lie down or change positions. Soak in a warm bath. Try doing relaxation exercises. Place a hot water bottle wrapped in a towel on the ache. Make sure you get plenty of fluids.
Answer: Yes it's normal the pain in lower abdomen, cramp, digestive problems like constipation, gas, food poisoning etc... No need to worry as the uterus are growing in size all this happen... drink plenty of water take rest as much as you can walk slowly and briskly eat food slowly slowly and frequently.. don't stress your body..be calm and cool and careful
Answer: Yes it's normal the pain in lower abdomen, cramp, digestive problems like constipation, gas, food poisoning etc... No need to worry as the uterus are growing in size all this happen... drink plenty of water take rest as much as you can walk slowly and briskly eat food slowly slowly and frequently.. don't stress your body..be calm and cool and careful
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