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About half of pregnant women suffer from back or pelvic problems. But not to worry because LombaMum could be the solution for your back and pelvic problems.
Here are things where you need to know.
When your tummy becomes larger, the center of gravity of your body moves steadily forward. You then tend to draw your shoulders back and as a result develop a hollow back. In doing so you put your back muscles under a lot of pressure, often leading to searing back pain
During pregnancy your hormones ensure that the ligaments and muscles of your pelvis become flexible so that your baby is able to move more easily through the birth canal during birth. When the pelvic ligaments are weakened you will likely to feel pain in your lower back.
Between 5 and 9 per cent of expectant mothers may experience difficulty in moving and a great deal of pain. The pain is mainly in the pubis, the groin or the lower back. This pain may radiate to the buttocks and legs
Busy and Working Pregnant Women
It appears that you are exposed to a greater risk of pelvic instability if you lead a busy life, which prevents you from taking sufficient rest. During pregnancy your body is unable to tolerate as much stress and sufficient rest is important.
Back pain that lasts for more than 2 weeks during pregnancy will lead to post-partum back pain, pain after giving birth due to uncorrected posture.