40 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Im having pain in my vaginal area while siting walking

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Answer: Hi dear, Sounds like a round ligament pain.there are two ligaments that holds uterus.it is usually short ligaments and once the Pregnancy progresses,it stretches too much,hence sudden movements would give such pains.donot worry.it should.subsife in some time.so better to move around slowly....
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