Question: Hi I had c section and my baby is 6 months.. Post my delivery I have been having back pain it does not hurt when I walk or sit but the moment I get up after sleep the pain is unbearable is it normal? It takes time for me to get up from bed due to this pain slowly I move my legs then only I am able to get up
Question:Lot of body pain specially back legs and biceps. Whenever i get up or walk i feel sprain in legs. While changing position while sleeping due to sprain n pain aometimes its not posible to move also. Plz help
Answer: Dear the two sciatic nerves in your body run from the lower back to the feet. When an enlarged uterus puts pressure on the nerves, you can experience pain, numbness, or a tingling sensation in the buttocks, hips, and thighs. Another possible cause of hip pain during the second trimester is round ligament pain.
Some natural ways for nerv pain safe during pregnancy pregnancy are as follows dear-:
1.) Garlic Milk
The anti-inflammatory activity of garlic is highly beneficial in reducing the inflammation and pain that accompany sciatica.
You Will Need 10 garlic cloves, 2 cups of milk, 1 cup of water, Honey (optional).
Add the milk, water, and crushed garlic cloves to a saucepan and bring it to a boil.Simmer for 5 minutes and then strain the milk.Allow it to cool a bit. Add a little honey.Drink a cup of garlic milk twice a day.
2.) Hot or Cold Compress
3.) Drink ginger tea at least thrice daily.The anti-inflammatory and analgesic nature of ginger, can help in reducing the inflammation and pain associated with sciatica.
Hope this helps.
Question:What to do to get relief from nerve pain in leg and bump. Not able to get up and move my legs once i sleep. Very difficult to get up and walk. Plz suggest
Answer: Hi dear,
Sorry to hear about your misery.vericose veins are painful swollen veins often appear bulging out in grey or purple colour .in pregnancy it becomes worse as the amount of blood volume increases tremendously.the blood flow from leg to pelvis decreases while the pressure increases.you can try the following to get some releif:
1- try to drink plenty of water
2- reduce salt intake in diet.this will ensure no extra water retention to stress the vessels
3- daily walking
4- try some graduated compressed socks which gives support to your legs.you can wear it through out the day
5- eat plenty of fibre to decrease water retention
6-donot sit or stand in one place for long time
7- elevate your legs while sitting
8- sleep on your left side
Question:I sleep on my sides but in order to change my side on sleeping pisition i slowly slowly move my body from one side to straight and then the other side. Is it ok ? Because my midwife was saying that i should get up n then change the sides . Please reply.
Answer: Hello dear, I can understand your situation, you have habit to sleep on your side, but in pregnancy Sleeping on your left side will increase the amount of blood and nutrients that reach the placenta and your baby. Keep your legs and knees bent, and put a pillow between your legs.
These suggestions may not sound completely comfortable, especially if you are used to sleeping on your back or stomach, but try them out. Keep in mind that you may not stay in one position all night, and rotating positions is fine.
You can move your body slowly without get up, if you don't feel any pain after doing it so no need to worry.
Hope it helped.... Take care urself....