Are there many mothers around you who complain that their waist is becoming fragile after childbirth. If you stand a little longer or hold heavy objects, your waist will be too painful to straighten up? They all suffer from postpartum low back pain because of neglect during pregnancy and postpartum. The editor collected it on the Internet and found that many mothers had postpartum low back pain.
Netizen chenyanzd: I have just finished my month. When I gave birth to BB, my back pain was so bad that I couldn’t even lift my buttocks. Now there is no problem in my daily life. But I can’t walk far away with my baby. I don’t know if I often suffer from sitting and feeding, or my kidney has a problem?
Net friend Weiwei sweetheart: up to today, I have had a child for a year, and I always have low back pain. Sometimes hold the baby for a long time, or walk a long way, the waist will be sour, can’t describe it! Before I heard a friend said it was caused by postpartum calcium deficiency, but I have insisted on eating calcium tablets every day from giving birth to now, and drink milk every day, why is it like this?
It seems that low back pain really has a great impact on life, and the mother takes care of her children every day, and her body is easy to be tired. It is really not easy to cure postpartum low back pain. So, what methods can reduce the occurrence of low back pain after childbirth? Let’s learn about it.
The causes of postpartum low back pain were as follows
1. The extension of low back pain during pregnancy and the influence of endocrine system during pregnancy
Postpartum low back pain may be a continuation of low back pain during pregnancy. The endocrine system changes greatly during pregnancy. In order to make the fetus deliver smoothly, the ligaments connecting the pelvis become loose. In addition, the growing uterus gradually increases the lumbar support of pregnant mothers,. Due to the lordosis of the lumbar spine, the force will naturally concentrate on the back of the lumbar spine, resulting in chronic injury and low back pain.
The pelvic ligament is still in a relaxed state for a period of time. The abdominal muscles also become more weak. The uterus can not be completely reset quickly, causing low back pain.
2. The new mother is lack of exercise and the posture of taking care of the baby is not correct
Postpartum mothers should often bend down to take care of their babies, such as bathing, dressing, changing diapers, often holding the baby from the cradle, etc., or the lochia discharge is not smooth, causing pelvic blood stasis, and many mothers have less activity after childbirth, and they always lie or sit on the bed to recuperate; In addition, weight gain, abdominal fat increase, increase the load of lumbar muscle, these factors will cause lumbar muscle strain and low back pain.
3. Excessive induced abortion or sexual intercourse, kidney damage
If the mother experienced multiple induced abortion, or sexual intercourse, will cause kidney damage and cause low back pain.
4. Wear high-heeled shoes early after delivery
Wearing high-heeled shoes too early after delivery will move the body’s center of gravity forward. In addition to causing foot pain and other discomfort, it can also spread to the waist through reflection, making the waist ache.
5. Postpartum uterine prolapse
The normal position of the uterus is anteversion and flexion. If uterine prolapse occurs, the uterus will move downward along the vagina, causing low back pain.
6. Postpartum cold
Postpartum inadvertently by the invasion of cold dampness, resulting in channels blocked, will also lead to postpartum low back pain.
And the two netizens mentioned above, to a large extent, are due to postpartum do not pay attention to rest to make the body too tired, or take improper posture to baby feeding, resulting in lumbar muscle strain and induced low back pain.
Below, in view of the above causes of postpartum low back pain, we might as well take a look at how to prevent postpartum low back pain.
Navigation in this article
Page 1: 6 main culprits of postpartum low back pain page 2: prevent low back pain from pregnancy page 3: avoid bending and standing for a long time after delivery
Page 4: pay attention to the correct posture for baby feeding page 5: pay attention to waist protection in life
Page 1: six main culprits of postpartum low back pain
Page 2: prevention of low back pain during pregnancy
Page 3: avoid bending and squatting after delivery
Page 4: feeding your baby with proper posture
Page 5: pay attention to waist protection in life