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Question: Mera 7 month chal raha he or abhi mera navi ke pass dard hota he kya karu

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Answer: Hello! Halka dard hona pregnancy mein common hain. Isme tension mat kijiye. Yeh hota hain uterus ke badhne ke wajah se jo muscles aur ligaments stretch hote hain uske wajah se. Halka garam pani ka sekh karein. Side mein soye. Pani pijiye khub sara. Aur walk karein. Take care
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