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Back pain..

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Back pain during pregnancy and after surgery is very common... During pregnancy the additional tummy weight is countered by your spine muscles... After surgery the spinal anaesthesia adds on to it.... Take proper rest... Use correct postures..... You cannot be put on intense back exercises till 4 to 6 months of surgery... If you have passed that duration visit a gynaecological physiotherapist near your area.... She will do the needful...
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Dr. Vishwas Virmani Noida | Physiotherapist
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Core strengthening exercises. Back stretchingstretch Postural correction- sit tall, walk tall. Apply hot fomentation.
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Dr. Deepesh Nainani Jaipur | Physiotherapist
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First you have to correct your working posture. You have to maintain a correct gap in your working time. You are a house wife in kitchen activities put a leg rest below your leg and let your leg rest one by one alternatively. You can do hot water fermentation on back region during resting hours.heat should be of 10-15 minutes. Start routine exercising when the intensity of pain is less don't do exercises in high intensity pain. Routine back exercises includes knee to chest , back bridging and hemstring muscle stretching. Don't do forward bending activities , heavy weight lifting , floor sitting ,squatting and prolong standing. Consult your orthopedic doctor in severe pain or pain doesn't respond to home remedies.
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Dr. Amol Kadu Nagpur | Orthopedist
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you are probably doing lot of activities like beniding forward and lifting weights. after pregnancy ,ususally back muscles are not toned up. so,my advice will be to avoid bending forward and lifting weights for next 6 weeks and start back strenthening ex. along with hamstring strteching exercises in consultation with a nearby physiotherapist.
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Did you undergo caesarean section? In that case mostly you were given anaesthesia with a needle in back. If it's so then backache could be related to it. Good news is it settles down over time. Bad news is there is no quick fix to it. Rest and medications will help you. But since you should be feeding baby we don't like to give too many tablets. My choice is some ointment for local application and if absolutely needed paracetamol. Avoid bending and lifting things.
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