The additional weight of the fetus during pregnancy has a direct effect on the mother's back. The muscles of the pelvis (support the spine) are made flexible to facilitate the passage of the baby at the time of birth, which is an extra effort. The growth of the uterus shifts the center of gravity (hyperlordosis) and the search for the new balance increases pressure on the back. If sedentary lifestyle (sometimes forced) is linked to all this, it is normal that almost all pregnant women feel pain in that area, especially in the third trimester of gestation. Low back pain is manifested by a pain in the lower back at waist height. It appears by changing the body posture forward by increasing the lumbar curvature.
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