37 weeks pregnant mother

Question: I'm getting pain in vaginal bone, i think pubic bone. I'm in 29th week of pregnancy. What can be done to subside the pain. Also there is cramps/pain in thighs. So far, till 28 weeks i did not get these pains. Any suggestions?

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Answer: Hello dear. These pain happens when your baby takes the head down position. Even the cramps are happening due to same reason. Try heat compress as that is only remedy which helps in this. Hope it helps.
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