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Question: if i sit more time my lower back is paining so much ....Why is it so??
Answer: Hi Dear!
Pregnancy causes a lot of stretching and loosening of muscle, the growing uterus pushes al other internal organs hence a little bit of pain here and there is normal, as far as the leg cramps r concerned its becausr of the back, the back supports the weight of the body and due to growing weight the lower back as well as leg keeps cramping or aching, there is not much you can do about except put a warm bag at the lower back, walk daily, correcting postures, sitting with a lot of back support like sitting pillows or cushions etc..
Hope this helps!
Question: Why my Lower back is paining today
Answer: Hello! you can follow these tips
Exercise-Regular exercise strengthens muscles and boosts flexibility. That can ease the stress on your spine. Safe exercises for most pregnant women include walking, swimming , and stationary cycling. Your doctor or physical therapist can recommend exercises to strengthen your back andabdomen.
Heat and Cold . Applying heat and cold to your back may help. If your health care provider agrees, start by putting cold compresses (such as a bag of ice or frozen vegetables wrapped in a towel) on the painful area for up to 20 minutes several times a day. After two or three days, switch to heat -- put a heating pad or hot water bottle on the painful area. Be careful not to apply heat to your abdomen during pregnancy.
Improve your posture. Slouching strains your spine. So using proper posture when working, sitting, or sleeping is a good move. For example, sleeping on your side with a pillow between theknees will take stress off your back. When sitting at a desk, place a rolled-up towel behind your back for support; rest your feet on a stack of books or stool and sit up straight, with your shoulders back.
Question: Why lower abdomen pain while going to urine coming urine
Answer: When u are going to pass urine u feel pain in abdomen. It means that u are having UTI( urinary tract infection).
UTI's are more common during pregnancy because of changes in the urinary tract. As the uterus grows, its increased weight can block the drainage of urine from the bladder, causing an infection.
You can help prevent UTIs during your pregnancy by:
1. Emptying your bladder frequently, especially before and after sex
2. Wearing only cotton underwear
3. Avoiding perfumes, or sprays
4. Drinking plenty of water to stay hydrated
5. Avoiding any harsh soaps or body wash in the genital area