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Had a C-section. Exercising leads to joint pain. What can be done?

Hi, i m parminder 30 years old. i gave birth to a baby boy in May 2012 with c-section . after 10 months of my delivery i started walking, jogging and exercise. but i feel my knees and legs are start paining now a days. knees are streching when i m jogging and upstairing. and lower legs start paining continuously after walking and jogging.. plz guide
Asked On : Fri, 8 Mar 2013
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Hi Parminder,
Being a mother is the most beautiful experience on earth. pregnancy being a very delicate stage in life, requires support of good nutrition all the more. Pregnancy and Lactation Phases deprive the mother of her mineral stores from the body. post-delivery bone pain is directly related to calcium insufficiency. including calcium and Vitamin D rich foods in the diet will prove helpful. also if u have gained some weight during the whole process it will put some extra burden on the bones, which has to be looked upon.
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