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    eliandcjsmom posted:
    i'm pregnant with my sencod son i'm in my third tri. i'm got 10 weeks left and i'm starting to have pain in my palvic area what should i do?????
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    Byroney_WebMD_Staff responded:
    Hello Eliaandcjsmom and thanks for posting.

    Congratulations on being in your final trimester. I'd suggest contacting your doctor's office and get seen. The pain could be from ligaments, muscles, an infection, early labor and many other things. Your doctor will be able to figure it out and tell you how you can feel better.

    Update us when you have a chance,

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