14 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Hii my 14th week is running i feel sharp pain in my lower abdomen with every movement of my body specially if i move my legs..is it something wrong..thnx.

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Answer: Dear mild pain is normal during pregnancy because it happens because of stretching of the uterus. So there is nothing to worry in it. Just few changes in daily activities will give you alot of relief. Like avoid standing or sitting for long time , avoid sudden movements like standing or sitting a d do it very slowly, keep pillow under your legs while sitting and sleep on your left side and keep pillow between your legs... But in any case you feel pain is constant and unbearable then consult with your doctor....
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