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    Default Back sooo sore.

    31 weeks. I know it's normal right? When I sleep, wake, sit, stand.
    Have missed like 4 weeks of chiro and now they are closed till the 3rd!! I'm worried it will affect babies position! It's normal though?
    It just NEEDS a GOOD CRACK!!!

    Waaaaa

    P.s I feel like my humpy neck is getting worse, i'm only 22 and feel 80!!!

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    Yup normal. I have had some acupuncture and massage to helps sore back. Might be worth looking into if you are in pain and uncomfortable.

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    Thats right! A massage! Been meaning to get one, thanks for reminding me XO


 

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