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    35 weeks and Back pain?
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    An_216838 posted:
    I have had back pain prior to this but starting today the back pain feels more like menstrual cramps...not severe just normal ones...I have almost been having hot flashes....advice?
     
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    reb_hun responded:
    drink some water and sit down for a while, if it doesn't go away then i'd call your doctor. you could even try laying on your left side, might help with circulation. hope you feel better soon. :)


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