20 weeks pregnant mother

Question: What are the reasons for cervix hurt? Doctor has given me medicines but still how to take precautions more? Due to cervix hurt I am getting blood

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Answer: 1. no intercourse. 2. avoid bending in front 3. use western commod 4. no travelling at all other than doctor visit. 5. not to sit on floor. 6. while sitting on chair keep cushion under butts n take seat on it.
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