35 weeks pregnant mother

Question: I am having pain in pelvic area while walking although while sitting aur standing at one position I am fine but while walking it pains

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Answer: Hi.. It happens.. Mostly coz the baby might be low in position.. Lie down for a while with pillow under your hips.. It usually helps
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    Dp K991 days ago

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