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Right abdomen pain
I m 26 weeks pregnant .Sometime i feel pain in my lower right abdomen during  slow walking n passing urine??is it normal??
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Nothing to worry this sometimes occur in pregnancy due to ligament stretching
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It's round ligament pain and it's normal,no need to worry.
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take pcm 500 mg as and when required.
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Take Tablet Evion LC once a day for a month
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Continue iron and calcium supplements Mothers Horlicks two spoons with milk two times a day for a month Sleep in left lateral position for 2 hours at afternoon and 6-8 hours at bedtime
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Drink lots of water and fruits juice Avoid lifting weights and stress Avoid papaya and pineapple Listen devotional music and wear bangles to promote hearing in your baby
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Yes sometimes side pain occurs due to stretching of round ligament on that side Lying down on same side as pain helps Drink lots of water Consult if pain persists Connect for more information Go to my website www.familygynaec.com For articles on pregnancy advice Blog section
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