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    37 and pregnant for third time
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    hwnsweets96707 posted:
    I am 9 weeks pregnant and having backaches.. I was wondering if it was normal, I had an ultrasound about a couple of weeks ago and baby's heart rate was 164.
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    QueenOfStarWars responded:
    I think it can be pretty common. My sister started experiencing backaches around 10 weeks.

    I think my back ached the entire time
    Jeannie (38); DH (41);
    DD 1 - EDD 12/23/2008 but born at 33 wks on 11/9/2008
    DD 2 - EDD 10/18/2010 and born on 10/12/2010


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