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Pain in the bones under the hip after childbirth. Suggest - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 01-Mar-2013
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User:Hi Doctor
Doctor:Hi Dr XXXXXXX here
User:during my pregnancy i was getting pain in the bones under the seat
User:i was told that its because of pregnancy
User:its been 6 months i delivered a baby
Doctor:yes, pregnancy can cause ligament weakness , and this can present as pain
User:now also if i stand for half an hour i am getting this pain
Doctor:were you given an epidural injection during delivery ?
Doctor:was this a normal or a C section ?
User:c section
Doctor:so are u having a pain in the lower back ?
Doctor:or exactly where you sit ?
Doctor:Are u there ?
User:i feel like am getting [pain the hips
User:the bones under the hips will pain a lot
Doctor:it is common for women to have such pain, after surgery, and a epidural injection
Doctor:this is due to inflammation of the ligaments in the hip
Doctor:a course of physiotherapy, and stretch exercises can help to reduce this pain
User:should i consult an ortho?
Doctor:yes, you can consult a physiotherapist for help and training
User:ok thanks
Doctor:proper exercises program to improve flexibility of the spine and legs together with strengthening exercises of supporting core muscles will help
Doctor:You are very welcome
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