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Question: I am 26 weeks pregnant and i am having severe pain in my pelvic bone...is that normal??

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Answer: Hello dear, During  of pregnancy, your baby is growing rapidly in all directions at a rate of one millimeter per day and has started to move.Another hormone, relaxin, can cause physical symptoms such as pelvic pain, balance difficulties, and constipation.Try  prescription medicine,  Try heat. Put a heating pad, a hot water bottle, or a warm compress on your lower belly, or take a warm bath. Heat improves blood flow and may relieve pain. Hope it helped, Take care urself...
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    Arpana Tamang790 days ago

    Thank you...

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