33 weeks pregnant mother

Question: 32weeks running.. Light pain in pelvic bones..is it normal?

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Answer: Hi ....it's normal Dr due to the harmonal Change .ur pelvic area becomes expanded to provide space fr baby during delivery.
Answer: Yes its normal in third trimester..be positive..no need to worry..
Answer: Yes it is normal
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