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What causes lower abdomnal pain during pregnancy? - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Oct-2014
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User:Hello Doctor
User:I am pregnant and my due date is Oct 30
User:but from Today I am experience little pain in my lower abdomen
User:not sure if I should go to Doctor or not
User:any suggestions or symtoms I should look for
Doctor:Can you briefly explain about your pain?
Doctor:Like continuous pain? or intermittent?
User:It is continuous and have been for last 3 hours
User:but Its very lite pain, though I can walk but with little uneasiness is there
Doctor:No need to worry, take complete bed rest. sleep on your left lateral side
Doctor:If pain persist then visit a doctor ok
User:Left lateral side? sorry I couldnt get this
Doctor:It means left side of body
User:ok got it
Doctor:Do you have any more queries?
User:is there any symptoms I should look for
User:I have doctor appointment for 1st Oct
Doctor:Ok if you feel frequent painful contractions or leaking of water from vagina then visit doctor
User:Thanks Doctor It was helpful
Doctor:Do you have any more queries?
User:I am good for now..Thanks again
Doctor:Thanks for visiting me here. Bye for now.
Doctor:Take care dear
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