8 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Im getting lot of backpain and right side pain...but no bleeding..is that common in 3rd month?

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Answer: Hello! Yes, it is not necessary that everyone will have bleeding. As for back pain and right side pain it is common due to the growing uterus which makes space for the baby. Hence nothing to worry about. Take care
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