38 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Iam having pain in lower back portion(hip area) what would I do in that case ?

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Answer: Hi dear, At this stage of pregnancy,most of the pains and aches are normal.hip pain could be due to the result of growing baby.the pelvis is expanding to incorporate baby in uterus and also helping you for future labor pains.all the muscles and bones around abdomen go though such stress.i would advice you not to sit in one place for long.try to relax hip muscles by walking around and staying active.you can put,cold or hot compress on the hip too.mild massage would help too.
Answer: Try hot compression
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