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The tummy is in front, your waist is tearing back, your shoulder is tearing off, and the doctor wants to dry your eyes with some ointment. Do you have to do that?
Ball against backacheAt the time of my first pregnancy, I was just tasting the sensation of what it is like to have a little headache. My third baby had already managed to make a bad move so I was unable to get up for days. I have some experience with backwoods. And I know that the main cure is prevention.
If femininity is a problem with back pain, we can count on it our doctor is just spreading his arms. This goes hand in hand with pregnancy. The abdomen increases, the center of gravity changes, and the back muscles are tense. It's no wonder that the majority of baby tubs are back, since this area is subject to the greatest load, and if someone doesn't have concrete backpacks on the floor, you may be prepared to have some pain here or there. agree - there is no medicine for backache. At least for little babies, they don't give any more, just some local muscle-relaxing cream. Which, of course, combined with enthusiastic daddy hands can bring some improvement, but not much to expect. Even so, the pain returns, especially if we do not find the cause.
Ball, cool car, but it's good to run off
For me during my first pregnancy, the hard floor brought the only relief. Often I was lying down even in the sun, it was simply necessary to stretch my waist from time to time. In this case, fehér földitцkbхl (Bryonia) kйszьlt I sucked homeopathy berrywhich made me agile again a couple of times.
Of course, for the second baby, the situation was completely different. I ran all day after the other year, and I didn't think my head was tired until the evening and I didn't lie down. This is when the pain really exploded, so I asked myself for a harsh number (Rhus Toxicodenrdon), which is what I suggest to be a pain that breaks down.