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Backache is a common symptom of mid-to-late pregnancy. Part of the pregnancy backache is caused by stresses and muscles and ligaments in your back. A mixture of causes:
The extra weight you’re carrying.
The changed way of standing and walking (your posture).
The softening of the ligaments around your back can cause things to pass somewhat more freely than average.
It’s very little you can do to fix the whole thing before your baby is born. The standard remedies for back pain are reduced during breastfeeding. Staying mobile would help, though, and you can talk to your therapist or midwife for advice.
How do I deal with backache in pregnancy?
The following methods may help:
Light workout-a fast stroll and exercise like yoga.
Avoid sitting or standing for long periods.
Avoid heavy lifting, like, if you can help, toddlers who tend to be taken away!
If you’re going to have to lie down, hold your lower back with a pillow.
Try telling your doctor to recommend you to a physiotherapist for guidance on easy workouts.
Try to work out in the water.
Taking warm baths and basic analgesics such as paracetamol can help ask your doctor or midwife for advice.

Pain O Soma Consumption During Pregnancy & Breastfeeding

It is not advised to consume any medication without doctor’s prescriptions. Yet Pain O Soma can be consumed by pregnant women if the baby is underweight or has any possible risk to the unborn baby only after the doctor’s suggestions.

Whereas while breastfeeding a child consuming pain o soma may lead to slight sedation to the baby especially if the baby was exposed during pregnancy to lactation.