Im honestly not sure about the patch you may wanna ask your dr since some contain medicine in them just to be safe, i know you can use heating pads on lower settings. also see if your dr has any pregnancy support belts that help a lot
yes you can you can also you a heating pad for it just keep it on medium just kinda keep it aaway from the sides of your belly and everything also take a hot shower not to hot cause they say taking a hot shower while pregnant will harm the baby or make the baby come out faster or something like that im not really sure just take a warm sower and let the shower head hit the part that is hurting...
Warm shower and some lavendar Epson salts. You will smell sooooo good skin sooooooo soft and its great for muscles! I do it every softball season cause now that I'm 30 my body hates me after practice lol. Walgreens brand I found smells the best and its cheap!
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