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Question: I m having pain in pelvic area nd around vagina....not Inside.....I m 25 week pregnant...pain feels most when I m sitting ...nd I stand up....not feel when I m.laying....is it dangerous....

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Answer: No its not dangerous, its common during pregnancy. muscles are stretching to prepare body for delivery that's y we feel pain. take rest as much as u can.
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