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Question: I have been suffering from back ache ...will dis create any problm in my pregnancy

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Answer: Dear back pain is normal during pregnancy and it will not cause any harm to your pregnancy... actually it happens because of the growing of the uterus the internal organs make a change and pressure on back cause pain. So dont worry just keep a straight posture all the time and also do some mild hot compress on your back that will give you relief....
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    Ankita Borgohain118 days ago

    Thnks a lotzz mam

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