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Exercise Pregnancy is a time when women tend to develop a lot of aches and pains that they are not accustomed to, and the further along the pregnancy is, the more achy a woman te…   Read More

 
home remedies for pelvic pain

Exercise Pregnancy is a time when women tend to develop a lot of aches and pains that they are not accustomed to, and the further along the pregnancy is, the more achy a woman te…   Read More

 
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What do you mean by Pelvic Pain?

Pelvic pain is pain in the lower abdominal area below the navel or belly button. Musculoskeletal pain in the pelvic area is common during pregnancy. Pain usually occurs in the inner thighs, lower back pain and groin. It can cause substantial distress and make it difficult to walk and move. This pain is often related to the hormone relaxin which the body releases to soften joints in preparation for the birth; in some women the hormone can cause painful stretching.

 

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