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Sounds like pubic symphysis pain. The ligament that holds your pelvis together right in front stretches during pregnancy, and sometimes it can stretch just a tad too much.
Sometimes what can help is to lay down on your back with your feet flat, knees up. Have someone try to push your knees apart while you try to push them together, and then the opposite (you try to push them apart while they try to keep them together). Don't make it a struggle to "win" or anything, just gentle pressure.
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