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Tips to prevent back ache during pregnancy

  • Consult your doctor and find out which abdominal and back strengthening exercises are safe for you.
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    Consult your doctor and find out which abdominal and back strengthening exercises are safe for you.

  • Improper sitting positions make you an easy target for back pain, especially during pregnancy. Be sure to sit with your back straight and well supported.
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    Improper sitting positions make you an easy target for back pain, especially during pregnancy. Be sure to sit with your back straight and well supported.

  • Prefer wearing  flat, simple and comfortable foot wears. Avoid high-heeled shoes as they put extra pressure on the back.
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    Prefer wearing flat, simple and comfortable foot wears. Avoid high-heeled shoes as they put extra pressure on the back.

  • A firm mattress helps relieve back pain. Place a pillow under your knees to cut the pressure on your back. Lying on your side with a pillow between your knees also reduces the pressure.
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    A firm mattress helps relieve back pain. Place a pillow under your knees to cut the pressure on your back. Lying on your side with a pillow between your knees also reduces the pressure.

  • Nine months of carrying extra weight already takes a toll on your back. So, avoid putting on extra weight than the one recommended by your doctor.
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    Nine months of carrying extra weight already takes a toll on your back. So, avoid putting on extra weight than the one recommended by your doctor.

  • While picking up something from the floor, bend your knees first and keep your back straight. Always lift with your legs, never your back, keeping the object close to your body at all times.
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    While picking up something from the floor, bend your knees first and keep your back straight. Always lift with your legs, never your back, keeping the object close to your body at all times.

  • Pregnancy takes a toll on your back. Try not to stand for long periods of time. If you have to, keep one foot up on a stool with your knee bent in order to prevent straining your lower back.
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    Pregnancy takes a toll on your back. Try not to stand for long periods of time. If you have to, keep one foot up on a stool with your knee bent in order to prevent straining your lower back.

  • Support your back on chairs, car seat and bed with pillows.
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    Support your back on chairs, car seat and bed with pillows.

  • Eating healthy food will keep you from gaining extra weight and hence help your back.
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    Eating healthy food will keep you from gaining extra weight and hence help your back.

  • Make yourself comfortable while driving by adjusting seat and the rear view mirror.
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    Make yourself comfortable while driving by adjusting seat and the rear view mirror.

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