What should I do if I do back pain after giving birth?Do a good job of daily habits to avoid postpartum back pain

After pregnancy and after delivery, nearly 50 % of mothers have the problem of back pain. What is the original murderer of postpartum backache?Is it really because the confinement is not done well?” Orthopedians” teach you to prevent postpartum back pain correctly!

1. The center of pregnancy is leaning forward

Grassy pregnancy forward

During the pregnancy, the uterus that gradually increased by the baby will cause long -term compression of the back of the waist, and the mother’s center of gravity will gradually lean forward. During the production process, the mother’s waist and back will work hard because of production, and the baby willIt will also compress the nerves around the pelvic cavity, which will cause back pain back pain after production.

2. Postpartum recovery period

Because the naturally produced mother can get out of bed faster because of the faster recovery speed, the condition of back pain and back pain will also be improved rapidly;It will be longer.

3. Not taking care of the baby is not enough

When taking care of the newborn babies, it takes a lot of effort. If the novice mother is concerned, for the first time to take care of the baby, psychological pressure and tension will also make the nerves easily tight. In addition, take care of the baby because of taking care of the baby.It takes a lot of physical strength, such as breastfeeding, changing diapers, hugs, etc. At this time, if you do n’t have enough rest or the posture is wrong, it will be more prone to postpartum back pain back pain.

1. Hot compress and massage

Postpartum hot compress

Back pain may occur during pregnancy, and local heat compresses and massage can be performed on the waist and back.However, it is still necessary to maintain the correct posture to be the most important health care and prevention.

2. Exercise

It is recommended that mothers can perform simple stretching exercises to lengthen the muscles on the back and back, so that the muscle groups can be extended and relaxed.

Avoid bending down or squatting for a long time after delivery, avoiding heavy objects, and allowing appropriate rest of the waist and back muscles. Lie as much as possible with as much as possible to reduce the burden on the muscles around the body around the spine and relax.

Avoid wearing high heels, because wearing high heels can cause pelvic tilt, lumbar spine will be more strenuous, try to wear soft flat shoes on sneakers or soles.

Try to replace the bending of the hip joint as much as possible in daily life, keep the waist straight at any time, and try to use your hands, leg strength instead of waist strength.

The correct breastfeeding posture is to hold the baby on the leg, and the hand that holds the baby’s head with a breastfeeding pad, and the feet are flat.

When helping the baby changing diapers, if the crib is not high enough, Mommy can use a kneeling method, or hold the leg into a large font, and change the diapers without excessive bending.

Take more foods containing calcium and magnesium in daily diet, and you can supplement health food if necessary.

Danning the sun to supplement vitamin D will help the calcium absorption in the gastrointestinal tract

In addition to maintaining good living habits to avoid back pain and damage to the joints, you can also supplement more cartilage nutrition to protect joint health and maintain bone health.

Postpartum back pain

Studies have proved that 80%-95%of mothers’ backache will relieve itself within 6 months after giving birth. Only a few cases may last until 2-3 years or more after giving birth.If it has not been relieved for more than half a year, it is recommended to go to the hospital for a more detailed examination.

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