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    Discomfort below the waist, Normal?
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    JEMI13 posted:
    Hello, Im currently in my 25th week and this is my first pregnancy. I have been doing alot of walking and I try to stretch everyday but for some reason I have alot of pain/pressure/soreness below the waist (if you know what I mean) especially after I have been laying down for a while and in the monring when I get up. Is this something that is common? and if so what can I do to help relieve this discomfort? I do feel a little discomfort when I walk.

    In need of some relief
    Momma P
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    Superman1988 responded:
    That depends, do you lay on your back or on your side. If you lay on your back it decreases blood flow and could cause some pain and discomfort.


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