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Question: I am 35 weeks pregnant. I am having a constant pain on my left side of lower abdomen. Is it normal?

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Answer: Hello dear. Constant pain is not normal in case it is very severe. If it is mild it could be due to expanding uterus putting pressure and your growing baby also causing pressure on the surrounding nerves. If the pain is severe then you need to consult doctor. Hope it helps.
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    Yashika Singh Rajawat57 days ago

    Thanks for your revert.

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