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If you're feeling back pain during early pregnancy, you're definitely not alone. It's a common discomfort that many expectant parents experience as their bodies adapt to the changes that come with carrying a growing baby.
Although some level of discomfort is normal during pregnancy, it's important to stay vigilant and recognise any alarming symptoms associated with back pain.
In this blog, we'll explore why back pain happens in early pregnancy, discover what signs to look for, and cover some safe and effective pain relief options.
Back pain can start in pregnancy at any time. Some people experience it during the first trimester, but it's also common in the later stages of pregnancy as the weight of the baby puts more pressure on the lower back.
Back pain is a common pregnancy symptom and there are a few reasons why it happens. Let's run through the causes of pregnancy back pain one by one.
Yes, backache is a common pregnancy symptom. Two-thirds of pregnant people experience lower back pain in pregnancy due to weight gain, posture changes and a shifting centre of gravity - all which put an added strain on the back and pelvis.
When you're pregnant, anything that feels out of the ordinary can be worrying, so you should always see your doctor or check in with their midwife if you're concerned, especially if you are:
If you are really struggling with back pain, your doctor may refer you to a physiotherapist.
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