How to Cope With Back Pain During Pregnancy

How to Cope With Back Pain During Pregnancy

Suffering from back pain during pregnancy? It's one of the most common complaints, especially towards and into your third trimester. We've compiled our top tips to help you manage the pain.

  1. Exercise: Gentle exercises, such as swimming, walking, and prenatal yoga, can help relieve back pain by strengthening your muscles and improving posture. To help you with exercise during pregnancy, check out the Gymnic Birthing Ball, which is Class I Medical Device compliant with European regulation and helps to increase blood flow to the uterus, placenta and the growing baby.
  2. Good posture: Pay attention to your posture when sitting, standing, and sleeping. Make sure you have good support for your back, neck, and head.
  3. Heat and cold therapy: Applying heat to your lower back can help relieve pain, while cold therapy can help reduce inflammation. A warm bath, hot water bottle, or heating pad can provide heat therapy, while an ice pack can be used for cold therapy.
  4. Chiropractic care: Chiropractors can provide gentle adjustments to help realign your spine and relieve back pain.
  5. Massage: Massage can help relax your muscles and relieve tension in your back.
  6. Supportive devices: Wearing a pregnancy belt or using a maternity pillow can help support your back and reduce pain.The Serola Sacroiliac SPD Belt delivers day-long comfort and provides specific support for most lower back and sacroiliac dysfunctions. The Serola belt also provides excellent support for hypermobility, SPD and coxofemoral instability. It is not intended as a cure, but as a day-long helping hand in a treatment programme for most types of back pain, strength is increased throughout your back, hips and legs, lessoning the chances of injury. The Serola belt is not just for pregnancy either, and it can be used by both men and women. We also recommend the Dreamgenii Pregnancy Pillow, which prevents you from rolling onto your back during sleep and Helps you to achieve optimal foetal positioning.
  7. Medication: Over-the-counter pain relievers such as acetaminophen can be used to relieve back pain during pregnancy, but it is always best to consult with your doctor before taking any medication.

It's important to remember that back pain during pregnancy is common and usually goes away after delivery. If you have persistent pain or any other concerns, it's important to talk to your doctor.

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13th Feb 2023

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