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Question: from few days I get pain in my lower abdomen and back what is reason for that and how to cure it
Several thick ligaments surround and support your womb (uterus) as it grows during pregnancy. One of them is called the round ligament.The round ligament connects the front part of the womb to your groin, the area where your legs attach to your pelvis. The round ligament normally tightens and relaxes slowly.
As your baby and womb grow, the round ligament stretches. That makes it more likely to become strained.
Sudden movements can cause the ligament to tighten quickly, like a rubber band snapping. This causes a sudden and quick jabbing feeling
WAYS TO GET RID OF PAIN
Get plenty of exercise to keep your stomach(core) muscles strong. Doing stretching exercises or prenatal yoga can be helpful. Ask your doctor which exercises are safe for you and your baby.
A helpful exercise involves putting your hands and kneeson the floor, lowering your head, and pushing your backside into the air.
Avoid sudden movements. Change positions slowly (such as standing up or sitting down) to avoid sudden movements that may cause stretching and pain.
Flex your hips. Bend and flex your hips before you cough, sneeze, or laugh to avoid pulling on the ligaments.
Apply warmth. A heating pad or warm bath may be helpful. Ask your doctor if this is OK. Extreme heat can be dangerous to the baby.
You should try to modify your daily activity level and avoid positions that may worsen the condition.
Question: hi mam how to reduce belly fat it has been 5 days and my belly look like 7 month pregnant
Answer: Hi.. After your delivery, you can use a Maternity belt. During pregnancy, the wall of your abdomen stretch to accommodate a growing uterus. These over stretched muscles don't contract immediately after delivery, leaving flabby skin and fat around the abdomen. Wrapping the abdomen belt will help tighten and strengthen these muscles. Other than this, have non greasy food, avoid junk and sweets completely. Drink lot of fluids including water and juices. Try to include 30 minutes work out in your schedule. Initially it will be difficult, I understand, but, later on you can. If you follow this religiously, it will help you definitely.
Question: today I m feeling my stomach hard...size also has increased...What is d reason???
Answer: Hii u must have Braxton Hicks Contractions .
They can be described as a tightening in the abdomen that comes and goes. These contractions do not get closer together, do not increase with walking, do not increase in duration, and do not feel 0 4. stronger over time as they do 7 when you are in true labor. They are decreased with change in position, walking, resting, drinking plenty of water.
All the best.