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Is it normal to have a pain at the waist not abdomen when pregnant?

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2004-12-07 23:45:46
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yes, it is a sign and is normal for you to have pain in the lower waist,particularly on the lower left side. I had the same problem, and when I went to see my OB/Gyn I was 4 weeks pregnant.So please have that checked out.

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