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Severe pain in spine and lower back after delivery through C-section. Treatment options?

Hello Doctor, My wife had a cesarian at the time of my baby, as he is not moving in shell & got stuck inside, resulting to sygerian. From that time she has regular pain at lower back & in spines, whickh some times pains a lot. Could you please suggest what to do for the cure & treat ment to be taken for get rid of it.
Asked On : Wed, 13 Mar 2013
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back pain after pregnancy and lactation is very common .
this is mainly because of increase lumbar lordosis and laxity of abdominal muscles,
nutrional deficiency of vitamin d and calcium which is very common after pregnacy and lactation .
Take proper calcium vitamin d suppliments, abdomonal muscle strengthening excercises as advised by your gynaecologist and the physio therapist .
and if you still have pain after doing all this things consult orthopedic surgeon
Answered: Sat, 16 Mar 2013
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