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Pain in muscles and joints post pregnancy - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Very Good Posted in: Bones, Muscles and Joints
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Doctor :   hi
User :   HI
Doctor :   how can i help you..
User :   I delivered a baby 3 months ago an
User :   and my two wrists pain alot
Doctor :   ok
User :   and even my tail bone and joints pain
User :   little bone growth is there near my left wrist
User :   what kind of treatment is suggested?
Doctor :   since when are you having it?
User :   from my 9th month of my pregneancy
User :   my wrist pain especially when i bend my thumb toward the inner palm
Doctor :   any anemia that you are suffering form..
User :   no
Doctor :   k
Doctor :   any trauma that you those joints..
User :   no
Doctor :   k
User :   when i will in a position continuously all joint become tight
Doctor :   you mean breast feed the baby..
User :   I am not breast feeding the baby
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   can you tell me why?
User :   my milk got weaned
User :   say i sit 4 10 min with my legs folded my groin joint and knee joint pain alot
User :   i put on around 10 kgs to my normal weight
Doctor :   did you have a normal delivery
User :   yeah
Doctor :   was the recovery good.. how long did you stay in the hospital..
User :   2 days
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   Pregnancy can take its toll on muscles and joints
User :   ok
Doctor :   hormone relaxin, which relaxes the ligaments attached to the pubic bone and all other ligaments.
User :   I am exercising but not regularly
Doctor :   keep it gentle but steady..
User :   I am exercising but not regularly
User :   oops my window is not scrolling up
User :   i cant c any sent/received msgs
Doctor :   pls stay it will be allright..
Doctor :   pls fill this.
Doctor :   tell me when done..
Doctor :   Are you there..
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