5 weeks pregnant mother

Question: I am having pain in my lower back and legs.feeling tired....what should i do?

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Answer: Hello dear pain in lower back and legs is common because the spinal chord changes its position to accomodate the baby. This will give pain to back amd legs. Use hot bag to give relief from pain..keep it at backside...DO NOT keep hot bag on your tummy. Dip your legs in a bucket filled with warm water. This will give you relief
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