10 months old baby

Question: I am having back pain since yesterday. Many say it is due to the anesthesia injection given in the spine during c-section. Is it true and how can I take care of it...?

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Answer: Not really. If this pain is related to your anaesthesia then you should get this pain immediately after delivery. You can get back pain due to stress and low calcium density. Better take an appointment with orthopaedic doctor for the same and take gentle massage and hot compress to get relief.
Answer: Generally all the pains will go away in post 2 weeks after delivery.If u have back pain later 4th or 5th week then wrong posture during breastfeeding will be a reason.In mid take back rest or use c pillow..It will be alright.Take calcium and iron tablets.Have a healthy diet.
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