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Pregnant with pain between the legs. Chances of heartburn in pregnancy?

1)i have heard about heart burn during pregnancy,does it happen to every body,i am interested because i don t know the sign of heart burn or i may not have one and i am already 37 Weeks. 2)Its been quite a while i am having pain in between my legs and its hurts much especially during night, what is this? is it normal to have those kind of pain.
Asked On : Wed, 27 Feb 2013
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Heart burn in pregnancy happens as a result of the pressure on the stomach by the enlarging uterus, which in turn results in acid reflux into the esophagus, thus causing heart burn. It is not necessary that everyone experiences this. The symptoms are similar to those of gastritis with relief from having cold milk, antacid gels and gastric acid suppressants (H2 receptor blockers). Pain in between the legs is usually due to the pelvic bones getting lax at this stage of pregnancy as a preparation for delivery; the pubic bones get separated and pain is inevitable. Movements hurt and you may be relieved with a painkiller and local applications to some extent. This pain continues for some time after delivery and subsides slowly. Take care.
Answered: Wed, 27 Feb 2013
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