Pregnancy Week 32: Physical Development

If you have checked with your doctor and it's not preterm labor, you can blame your backache on the growing uterus and hormonal changes.

Your growing uterus shifts your center of gravity and stretches and weakens your abdominal muscles, thus changing your posture and putting a strain on your back.

Hormonal changes in pregnancy soften and loosen your joints and the ligaments that attach your pelvic bones to your spine. This can make you feel less stable and cause pain when you walk, stand or even sit for long.

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priyanka yadav

yes same is happening with me....back pain has started from few days ..

Harshita Roy

I have no pain, only have leg pain..and sometimes when I change positive to sleep

Angelina Jathanna

Yes, Even I'm experiencing pain in my upper back and while sleeping n turning lower right back. Also if I sleep on one side my knees hurt due to the weight.

Gayatri Thakur

I wish I knew this before

Akrati varshney

This is exactly what I was looking for.

Suma Shankar

This is just in time. tq BC

Preeti Singh

This is just in time

Nisha Bansal

I wish I knew this before

Sowmya Anand

This is what I'm going through right now

nidhi

This is so well written.

shilpa

I can relate to this because

sakshi rawat rana

Back pain swelling on my feet facing this problem

Vandana Anand

Right..I have pelvic pain..😵

Ackie Atu

informative

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