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Feel pressure in chest, pain in upper abdomen and breathing difficulty while holding the baby and without. Is it muscle pull?

Hi, I had my baby 3 months ago. Well I was never strong. I was a skinny tiny girl . Im 16. And well for the last few days I feel like she got heavier and whenever I hold her I cant breath and I get pain in my upper abdominal between my ribs and chest pain . And when im not holding her I get those pains too. I also feel like pressure on my chest now even when im not holding her. Does it sound like a pulled muscle?
Asked On : Fri, 27 Apr 2012
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Your symptoms are more likely due to calcium and vitamin D 3 deficiency. During pregnancy and lactation, such problems are a common thing. Avoid lifting heavy weights and consider taking the appropriate supplements for at least 3 months.
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Dr. Praveen Tayal
Answered: Fri, 27 Apr 2012
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