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Question: Hii mere pet ke nice pet yhi jang ke upar join m dard ho raha h uhute hilna m kyu ho rhA h it's normal

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Answer: women report vaginal and pelvic pressure in the first and second trimesters.As your baby grows and becomes heavier, it puts increasing pressure on the muscles in your pelvic floor. These muscles offer support to the uterus, small intestine, bladder, and rectum. As your pregnancy progresses, your little one gets very tight,cosy and warm against your organs which puts more stress on, well, everything!Your joints, muscles, and bones will be impacted by your pregnancy. Unfortunately, the increased pressure you’re feeling won’t go away until delivery. To immediately relieve the pressure, try lying down on your side and focusing on breathing. You can also try the following ideas. Perform a few pelvic exercises, like pelvis tilts and rolls. Try relaxing in a soothing bath with warm water (not hot). You can also stand in the shower and aim the water at your back. avoid sudden movements if possible. Try not to twist at the waist. Instead, work on turning your whole body. Get a prenatal massage who specializes in treating pregnant women. Try to sit down as much as you can. Elevate your feet if possible.
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