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Question: still body and pelvic pain after two months of pregnancy

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Answer: It is normal to feel so. Take calcium and Vit-D supplements as prescribed by your gynae. The calcium supplements are to be taken as long as you feel tired or fatigue. Stress and exertion should be kept in check. As it will affect your milk supply. If you feel fever and dizziness with the pelvic pain you shall visit your gynae once to get a complete body checkup. Hope it helps! Take care.
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