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Question: I m having pain in my left hip....and it is giving me pain while walking and sitting. Is it normal in pregnancy?
Answer: Hello dear
Its due to pregnancy hormones.
Hip pain is caused because of the ligaments are loosening now, which holds sacroiliac joints, which connects your spin to the pelvis. While thia jointa and ligaments relaxation helps with birthing process it can cause pain im your hipa, lower back and legs as well.
Warm compress the area will give you relief.
Question: I am having pain in pelvic area while walking although while sitting aur standing at one position I am fine but while walking it pains
Answer: Hi.. It happens.. Mostly coz the baby might be low in position.. Lie down for a while with pillow under your hips.. It usually helps
Question: For me 36 weeks running now..am having knee pain while am sitting in indian toilet...is there any remedy? Shall i give hot water massage? Sis
Answer: Yes u can have hot water massage. Actually using indian toilet is very Gud manual exercise for normal delivery. So use indian toilet and if u feel pain give hot bag massage in your knee.
I has c sec 4 weeks before
Now I am having pain in hips and upper thighs while sitting and walking.
What should i do?
Answer: Hello dear this is normal don't worry
Upper thighs is nothing but you have back pain..
With that bump comes excess weight and pressure on your joints and ligaments. The second trimester is when most people begin to experience back pain and may feel joint and pelvic pain.
As your pregnancy progresses, these aches and pains become more pronounced — if you don’t manage them. But with a little effort and some healthy exercises and tips, these little pains can become manageable.
Most women’s posture changes as their belly grows and they begin to lean back, which makes their back muscles become strained. A big culprit is the pregnancy hormone relaxin, which does what it sounds like — it relaxes and loosens your joints and muscles to help the baby make its way out of your lower body. The added weight bearing down on loosened joints and ligaments can create all sorts of aches and pains — usually moderate, but in some cases severe.
We suggests heating pads and warm baths or showers and prenatal massage. Regular exercise will not only help relieve pain and help your body get back into proper alignment, it will also help strengthen your body .Wearing some sort of maternity belt for extra support will give you relief in back pain.
Hip pain is usually caused by the loosening of the ligaments holding together the sacroiliac joints, which connect your spine to your pelvis. While this joint-and-ligament relaxation helps with the birthing process, it can cause pain in your hips, lower back, and legs as the weight of your uterus bears down on your newly mobile bones and joints.Try to keep your hips straight with a body pillow to help maintain the normal contours of your back, and a pillow between your knees to relieve the pressure.