Im like some of your answers, this is my 2 nd pregnancy and my lower back is so sore like a constant dull ache!!
Is this normal?? Can you feel the symptoms more in another pregnancy after having already had a baby?? I thought it may have been down to the fact that I have a tilted uterus, I know this doesnt flip forward to about 12weeks!!
I mean my son was 1 last week so I was thinking that the ligaments etc are prob still recovering and now im pregnant again lol so its just all the stretching???
im kinda starting to freak a little coz ive had 2 previous mc and ive been reading alot about mc on here today and one of the symptoms is back pain :-(
Because all pregnancies are different, what you have in one might not occur in another. Back pain IS a common occurrence while pregnant and unless it is severe or accompanied by bleeding is usually not a cause for concern. I don't believe a tilted uterus while pregnant would cause back pain, but I'm not 100% sure on it.
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