Ok Im 25 wks and I have the sorest back....ever! I went to the prenatal massage therapist yesterday and Im tempted to ask her to move in for the next 10-12 wks. I am SORE in the lower back region. Im rigged w/pillows in all the right places. And I rest w/my feet up for swelling, etc....Anyone else have any suggestions?
Not sure if bath is a good idea, I heard to avoid them when pregnant.
Unfortunatelly I don't have a solution, but just wanted to tell you I'm right there with you, except that my back is sore at the top together with my ribs. I can't sit stand or lay in one spot for too long. Now that babies are getting bit, at night they press on my ribs and I wake up eery 2 hours in pain.
Hmmm, lets see, I would recommend toothpaste...lol. (inside joke between carp and I for those of you that read this and think I have lost my mind). I think warm baths are ok, just not hot ones. I wish I could help you my friend.....but I do wish you well, and hope the discomfort goes away.
I will keep an eye on this post!!!! My back has been killing me for weeks. I have no cure or Icould be more helpful. The only cure I have for any of our issues is giving birth. Unfortunately thats not whatany of us really want to hear.
HI i know exactly how you feel ive had the same thing and i had it for 4 weeks. I could not sleep and couldn't get comfy at all. It was driving me mad because i had it constant. The only thing i found to ease it was my partner massaging me and using an hot water bottle. I hope this helps sweety. xxx
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