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Question: hiii i am 15 week pregnant mujhe morning se lower abdomen main light pain ho raha Hain m felling not comfortable doctor ko kal bataya tha doctor ne Kaha ab aise false pain hote rahenge it's true ?

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Answer: becos of increase in size of uterus.... ab uterus ka size badh ra h toe kichav rahega aur halka halka pain bt agr jyda hota h toe turnt doc ko dikhna chaiye...
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