Answer: Although it’s not very common to have back pain in the first trimester, there are some chances of experiencing lower back pain in early pregnancy too. Hormonal changes during pregnancy is one of the main reasons. In early pregnancy, there is an increase in the body’s levels of progesterone – a hormone that stimulates the uterus. This helps loosen the ligaments that attach the pelvic bone to the spine. It is because of this loosening of your hip joints and relaxing of the ligaments that you may experience pain while walking, standing and sitting for long hours.
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