36 weeks pregnant mother

Question: I m 36 week pregnant..my right side underarm gt lumps itz very soft n no pain..usually i sleep on my roght side..is that commom lump during pregnancy?please advice

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Answer: Hi dear. Lumps are not common during pregnancy You would want to get it checked with your doctor for some allergy Make sure you sleep on your left side as it helps in passing on the nutrients required to the baby very efficiently. Hope this helps!
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    Anonymous Mom119 days ago

    Lump are due to breast tissues are formed ...need not to be worried...after pregnancy automatically it will go

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