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    How many weeks do u have to be when you start to feel round ligament pain and back pain?
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    I don't know but just wanted to comment that I'm about 6 weeks along and already feel both. Especially the back pain!! This is baby #2 for me. I had HORRIBLE back labor with the first.... I sooooo hope I dont get it this time but have a feeling I will
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