16 weeks pregnant mother

Question: mere tale bone me pain bahut rahta h .. bilkul hilla b nhi jata jb pain badh jata h .. kya kru???

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Answer: Tail bone (or sacral) pain is normal in pregnancy, especially towards the end of the third trimester. Your body produces a hormone called "relaxin" that helps the joints of your pelvis spread to facilitate vaginal birth. Women who have a history of back problems or who are overweight can often feel lower back and tail bone discomfort earlier in the pregnancy. First of all, try to avoid sitting on hard surfaces for long periods of time - some women will even try sitting on an inflatable ring to avoid any direct pressure on the end of the tail bone. A heating pad or a warm soak in the tub can provide some relief. A healthy and pregnancy-acceptable exercise routine or gentle stretching can help sore pelvic muscles. Always make sure you tell your doctor about any pain or unusual symptoms you are having.
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