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Question: IAM 11 weeks pregnant I have left side mild back pain?? Since morning

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Answer: Hi! Back pain is quite normal during pregnancy since you are only 11 weeks now you are experiencing it a little early it usually happens due to weight gain because you tend to put on a lot of weight gain during this time I would suggest you to please put a warm bag on your lower back other than that you can keep walking for 10 minutes on a daily basis you need to correct your posture and make it a little more straight and whenever you said you need to set with a lot of support like cushions and pillows it would help you ..
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