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Question: Im 14weeks pregnant . I experience constant pain in my pelvic and pubic area. Every time I start walking after sitting or sleeping for sometime there is a lot of pain. I feel I cant keep even one step further. Im experiencing such pain for last 6-8 weeks but now its getting moreover painful day by day. Is this normal during pregnancy?

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Answer: I never faced that much pain in 14 weeks, it was uncomfortable during the last week of delivery
Answer: Then go to doctor if you facing for long time.
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