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Pregnant, have slip disc. Which exercises are advisable?

My name is Syaza and I am 24 years old. I am pregnant now and in the same time I am having slip disc problem. I want to ask which is the best way for my delivery? is it normal delivery or other way? my current weight is 80kg and I am 175cm. should i decrese my weight? if yes, please let me know the proper diet on what to eat more and waht to eat less so I can decrease my weight. please tell me what kind of exercise suitable for slip disc pregnant mother. thank you so much
Fri, 13 Dec 2013
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Hi,Dear.Having slip disc problem can cause you back pain more comparred to normal mother so for that you are supposed to do mild exercise such as walking,swimming,stretching exercises i.e. back stretch and strengthning exercises i.e. pelvic tilt and kegals exercises,leg raising exercises.But take care to do only moderate exercise.And regarding the mode of delivery cesarean section will be the preffered one for you .regarding your weight you should not do diet during pregnency inspit of that you should 1.avoid soft drinks,dessert,fried food,rich dairy products and fatty cuts of meat.
2.opt for low fat,fat free,unsweetened,no added sugar alternatives.
3.avoid caffein,alcohol and raw sea food. frequent small meals.
5.consume rich fiber food such as whole grains.fruits and beans.
6.opt for olive oil,canola oil,peanut oil.
hopefully you find answers to your queries.stay healthy.
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