23 weeks pregnant mother

Question: I have severe back pain daily its pain like a deleviery pain...its my third baby..its normal? I am now 22weeks

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Answer: Hi.. Dear back pain during pregnancy is common, because the ligaments in your body naturally becomes softer and stretch to prepare you for labour. This puts a strain on joints of your lower back and pelvis, which causes back pain. It will be fine after your delivery. Try using Maternity pillow, it will give you some comfort...
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    Sri S29 days ago

    Tqq so much

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