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Question: I'm having sharp pain in my pelvic area during sitting and standing. Is this normal?? Please help

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Answer: hi, pain could occur due to ligaments supporting the uterus getting stretched by the weight of growing uterus. this pain could be felt around pelvic area.if the pain gets severe or persistent, or if you get vaginal discharge unusual, or fever,dizziness.contact your doctor
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