Answer: Considering you're walking around with a baby in your belly, it's understandable that you might be feeling some back pain. But just because it's to be expected, doesn't make it easy to deal with.
Applying a hot pack to your sore spots may soothe muscles and ease pain, as can a massage. Ask your partner for a back massage.
Additionally, if you're sleeping on your back or find yourself tossing and turning at night, your resting position may be to blame for back pain. Try sleeping on your side with a pillow between your knees to ease any spinal tension and promote proper alignment.
it's important to know when your back pain warrants medical attention. If your discomfort is consistent and self-care doesn't help much, discuss it with your doctor at your next appointment. If the pain is severe or accompanied by vaginal bleeding or discharge, contact your gynae immediately. Dull pain in the lower back may indicate pre-term labor, which calls for immediate care.
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Question: I am suffering from Lower back pain and pain in bottom of ankles.... Is this to worry about... Please suggest
Your growing belly and increasing weight is the reason for the back pain and you cannot really do anything much about it because its very normal as your spine is only supporting that weight hence the back pain.
Walk around for 10-15 minutes.
Improve your posture, keep your back straight dont slouch.
Dont wear high heels
Dont sleep on your back.
If you need to pick something from floor try to bend your knees and pick.
Sit with back support.
Hope this helps.
Question: I have 37weeks running nd I am getting pain in groin region from 2days onwards.is it normal or not.pls tel me if anyone have idea about it
yes it is absolutely normal
it happens as the growing baby exerts pressure on the plevic region
don't worry take a walk around, physical activity shall help your body adjust bettwe with the change
practice squats under supervision it would help open up the pelvic cavity and hence adjust better with the pain
Question: I am getting white discharge from past two days, now getting back pain. Is there any thing to worry?
Answer: No dear... white discharge is common during pregnancy and it increases as your pregnancy progresses... there's no need to worry...and back pain is Also common during pregnancy.... and this is caused by the pressure your uterus exerts on the back muscles..