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Question: I m having pain in my left hip....and it is giving me pain while walking and sitting. Is it normal in pregnancy?

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Answer: Hello dear Its due to pregnancy hormones. Hip pain is caused because of the ligaments are loosening now, which holds sacroiliac joints, which connects your spin to the pelvis. While thia jointa and ligaments relaxation helps with birthing process it can cause pain im your hipa, lower back and legs as well. Warm compress the area will give you relief.
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