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Question: I had normal delivery in the month of November but till now I am having pain in my hip bone. I am unable to sit straight and also for long time. What could be the reason

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Answer: Hi dear, your hip bone pain is not because of your pregnancy. During pregnancy as we gain a lot of weight and Central gravity also shifted, wrong sitting and sleeping postures during this time responsible for this pain. Consult a Doctor take proper medication and you may need to take some physiotherapy to cure this problem. Take care.
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