6 weeks pregnant mother

Question: How to cure lower stomach pain

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Answer: yes dear. it's very much normal. it happens due to increasing size of the uterus. it is expanding and Creating pressure on the abdomen. drink loads and loads of liquid. either in the form of water, juices, milkshakes, coconut water, soups etc. go for a walk atleast for 20 mins in the morning. if the cramping becomes unbearable then rush to the doctor immediately.
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