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Question: If i move i am getting pubic bone pain ...what can be done

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Answer: Hello Dear mild pain in pelvid region is because of yur growing baby as he grows the pressure builds up on yur pelvis. It is considered a healthy sign as it can be termed a healthy pregnancy. It shows that yur baby is developing we'll both mentally and physically. Dear these pain of baby movement are mild and needs to beared but if yu have unbearable pain with cramping and bleeding then yu should meet yur gynaecologist immediately. Take care
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