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Is it normal to have pain in both sides of your stomach when you are 4 months pregnant?


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2011-09-13 02:50:44
2011-09-13 02:50:44

Pain on either side of your lower abdomen is quite common in pregnancy. The ligaments are stretching and preparing for both carrying a baby and for delivery, as well your uterus is stretching and growing to accomodate your little one. If the pain lasts for more than 24 hours consistently, definitely check with your practitioner. Try lying down with a pillow under your feet to take some of the lower pressure off yourself, and by all means Take it easy!!

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