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Question: m 7th month pregnant hu or meri ek puri leg m bhut cramp pda hua h kl se toh mujse chla b ni ja ra h bhut pain hoti h chletey huey kya kru aisa ki vo thik ho jaye kya aisa hota h pregency m

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Answer: Hello dear yea aisa hota h pregnancy me legs cramps are normal. Kabhi kabhi ek hi pair me hota h. Ap pair ko warm water me salt dalkar usme daliye.
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