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Question: I am 4 week pregnant n I have pain in lower back....Please reply

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Answer: Hello! it is normal..dont worry..Follow these steps: Avoid sitting or standing for a long time. Use a stool or a resting chair and avoid standing on one foot. Sit periodically in case you have to stand for a long duration.Sit on chairs that have supportive backs or use pillows at your back, and try to sit up straight.Stand straight with your shoulders relaxed.At work and when driving, consider a lumbar support for your chair. Try not to cross your legs, and check whether the position of your computer screen and chair are correct. Try to move away from your desk regularly and get fresh air at lunchtime.Be careful while getting done with your household work. Avoid heavy strenuous works.Use a warm towel or a heating pad on the lowest setting to provide you comfort.
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