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Question: I am getting cramps while sleeping is it normal as I have just entered into 9th month?

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Answer: Hello dear. Yes it is normal dear. Try drinking turmeric milk at night as that helps me in avoiding cramps. Also sleep only on left side and keep your legs bend and keep a pillow between them. Hope it helps.
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