I saw your question and just wanted to give you some encouragement. You have recently had a baby and this can cause all sorts of whacky changes not to mention you are lifting a 6 month old so no wonder you are getting sore. If you are anxious or tensed any muscle work will hurt more. Does a warm bath help your aches and pains? Are you sleeping and eating ok? It's just that some, if not all, of your symptoms point to an anxiety issue. I know, I've been there.
I also found breastfeeding was hurting my upper back badly until I found the solution was looking straight ahead rather than gazing down at my son.
Anyway, I hope you are feeling calm and enjoying your lovely family. Trust your doctors and if you feel you are not coping well tell them as there might be other solutions.
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