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Question: Hii i am 5month pregnancy but i have pain on left side under the chest suggest me

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Answer: Hi Dear It could be due to gastritis or baby being grown the uterus is pushing a lot and putting a lot of pressure to the upper body and its normal.. Hope this helps!
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