17 weeks pregnant mother

Question: sat iam going for check up , its my 5th month , iam very nervous becoz my symptoms has reduced only severe hungry pubic bone pain , i didnt see my tummy growing big , iam.afraid what to do ?

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Answer: Hello dear public bone pain is normal in pregnancy don't worry.. Many pregnant women will not show their Tummy in their first trimester they will start showing after second trimester..
Answer: Sont worry dear...All is well..Just bcoz u don't have any symptoms doesn't mean baby is not fine!! Cheer up
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