Has this happened to anyone else after pregnancy?

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For the last two years my lower back has slowly been getting worse pain wise. I'm not talking the muscles of the back either but the actual spine....or at least it feels like the bone of the spine when I stretch that hurts so badly tears come to my eyes.



This has never happened to me before my daughter was born 2 years ago and yes I remember have back pain during my pregnancy as well but it was minor stuff. Now it's like I cannot even lean backwards in any way shape or form; can't stretch above my head, or even pick up my daughter without the pain. It really makes it hard to teach my students movements for the songs we learn, the younger the child the more movement you need to help teach the song....especially if they are autistic.



My sister in law says it's probably my sciatic (spelling) nerve and there is nothing that can be done for it. She has that and that is what the doctor told her....gave her some instructions on what to do if it acts up. Her son was born 6 months prior to my daughter and get this.....we both had epidurals. I didn't know she had an epi until my mom told her about my back and she said that hers has acted up ever since then as well.



I'm planning on going to the Orthopedic doctor once my new insurance kicks in because I don't like the one I have now.....just a few more weeks until the new year so I can manage. But it got me wondering if there are other mom's out there that have something simular to this.

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Marlys - posted on 03/22/2013

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I have had MRI and other scans to find out I have a cyst in my lower spine causing sciatica. I have an epidural and it went wrong she hit a nerve but kept going after sitting me back down. This was my second epidural as my first born every thing was a breeze. I slowly developed extreme back pain. I am almost 11 months post delivery and the pain is the worst ever and I am now losing my balance and falling a lot. Went to neurosurgeon and was told I can't help you its not operable. Went to pain management and was told do back yoga. I have tingling and loss of feeling and reflexes with my left leg. Anyone have a similar situation or any advise? It hurts to pick up my kids and that kills me.

Jan - posted on 12/13/2009

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Actually there is quite a lot that can be done for it but it will take time to resolve. It really didn't happen overnight, it just appeared to. A good massage therapist can help, especially if they practice craniosacral therapy and myofascial release. Downward facing dog, the yoga pose, can also help if you can spare yourself the time to do it several times a day for a few minutes, just allowing your head to stretch your spine slowly open. Even then, it can take months for you to feel relief and a good chiropractor who is willing to Xray what is going on there would actually be the first place to go.. It is always beneficial to know exactly what is happening. If your bones are brittle or soft, you need to know if there is some disintegration of the spine itself, then you can take steps to rebuild it with nutrition and appropriate movement. If it is due to a ruptured disk you might want the disk attended to. If it is simply that you need a little space between the spine and where the nerve exits the spine, the other therapists may be able to do the most to help. Good luck. If you'd like it to heal naturally it will take time because it took time to get that way. If you want quicker results a doctor, like a chiropractor, orthopedic doc will help faster. Don't just settle for pain killers. That will make a bigger mess of the whole thing!

Carla - posted on 12/11/2009

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I have had back pain for 13 yrs but it was caused by having severe back labor and I didn't have epidural. My son also came out face up and the Dr. said he pushed on my spine and prob nudged vertabrae so they were slightly off. A physical therapist helped me alot with strengthening muscles around the spine but I really have to keep up with it. I've had x-rays and it shows arthritis in lower disc so I'm pretty much stuck with it. Anyway the exercised have helped plus pain meds the Dr. has prescribed. My advice is to try a physical therapist.

Tina - posted on 12/13/2009

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I had really bad lower back pain during pregnancy and after the my son's birth still had constant pain. A friend suggested a chiropractor and I began treatment about 6 months ago. My pelvis and lower back were out of alignment and causing pain in both lower and upper back. My treatment started once a week for 2 months and then 2 x month for 2 months and now I go once month for a "tune up" Big difference in pain and movement. Sometimes carrying my son will trigger an episode but I go see the chiropractor asap so she can fix the problem quickly. It's been extremely beneficial for my health and well being. Good luck.

Catherine - posted on 12/12/2009

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I had a TON of problems with my tailbone. I could barely sit for months. My doctor said there was nothing they could do besides potentially surgically removing my tailbone. When my sister-in-law saw me, and how much pain I was in, she did a counter pressure technique on it. (BTW, she's got her doctorate degree, and is a physical theripist.) She told me that it would be sore for the next week, and that I may need to go in again, and then it should start getting better. I've never had a problem since. Many doctors aren't aware of what physical therapy can help with. It can be highly effective with women's pain, as well as pregnancy and post-pregnancy pain. I would really reccomend seeing a PT that works specifically with these problems. The turnaround for my tailbone issues was amazing, and I HIGHLY reccomend PT for anyone!

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Mary - posted on 01/22/2015

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I had an epidural with my first child. Everything seemed to go as planned. Until after we got home, and I lost all movement in my legs and complete bladder control. I was rushed back to the hospital, where I put through serious of tests. The doctors told me that I was ok and it was just a side effect. Needless to say, I was hospitalized without my daughter to be taught how to walk again and use the restroom. I trusted the doctors and went on with my life. Still having pain where it was inserted, years later..I have another child at a different hospital. I told the dr. there about what I went through the first time I had an epi. He called the other hospital and got my scans. That is when I was informed that I had a large cyst on my spine and if I would've gotten another epi for this child....it would have killed me. To this day I still have weakness and numbness in my legs, pain in that sight(along with a bump).

Shannon - posted on 05/05/2014

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My lower back seems to be getting better. I do hydro fit classes and do the hot tub after for about 25 min. At a gym

Shannon - posted on 04/11/2014

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I never had an epi, but my daughters birth was natural, but I have the exact same issues as you. I did a backcare yoga class once a week for 2 months. I think you should go. My back is still horrible , but I believe just stretching everyday will eventually heal it:)

Shannon - posted on 04/11/2014

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I had a natural birth my daughter is 15 months old and my lower back is in a lot of pain. I went to a chiropractor for 2 months every 3 days but that did not worked. It helped a little. Then I did a yoga back care class for 2 months once a week, I still do my yoga at home but my back has just gotten worse:( I hope this goes away - but I'm lose ing faith. I would like to have a number 2 child next fall , but I'm scaried.

Sarah - posted on 09/18/2013

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I know I'm super late but this helped me. I have a 2 1/2 year old and had extremly painful back labor. It was a horrible surprise considering I had never heard of it before. Well Iv always had mild pain and being into fitness I know to expect some tendness or discomfort from time to time but last week somehow being in a car jostled something around and my spine hurts something fierce. Its right in my lower back above my tail bone and I cant in no way even sit down for more then a minute without pain.

Yolandi De - posted on 01/11/2013

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http://www.biomedcentral.com/1471-2474/1... Take a look at this website. Quite interesting! My boy is already 2, but I still have this numbing ache in my lower back and down my legs. It is really bad whenever I do exercise, or go for a walk on the mountain. Really irritating! This research found a connection between Bone Mineral Density loss and back pain during and after pregnancy...

Cynthia - posted on 12/13/2009

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Hi,
I do massage therapy, and have also had problems with this. I use ice for 10 minutes 2-3 times per day, then heat for about 10 min. at night. I also do some knee to chest stretches first thing in the morning. I also have some biofreeze if you would like to sample it. It is a topical analgesic.

Amy - posted on 12/13/2009

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I had the same problem after my son was born...I went to my Doc, and he referred me to a chiropractor. All it turned out to be, was a misalignment that was putting pressure on group of nerves. The chiropractor told me it could have been anything from the way my pregnant body adjusted to carrying my son to back labor that I didn't know about because of the epidural. Treatment with the guy I saw was $40 a session (with no insurance) so you may be able to get in pretty quick without paying a fortune.

Renae - posted on 12/13/2009

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I have a few permanent back injuries so know a bit about the different types of pain from muscles, nerves and bones (spine). If it is your sciatic, it feels like a shooting stab, it comes and goes and feels like lightening shooting through your bottom, down the back of your leg and out through either the middle of your calf or sole of your foot. It can also make your legs feel numb.

The first thing I thought was that you need a spinal adjustment. Have you seen a chiropractor? I know you say it feels like its spinal, but the fact that it hurts more when you lean back or stretch above your head I think its actually your joints. I think you should also see a physiotherapist, they work magic.

Something you can try. This is how to crack your lower back on your own, which is what I think might be causing the sort of pain you describe, I think the joints that run down either side of your spine are inflammed. Lie on your side, lets say you lie on your right side first, extend your right arm out straight, put your left hand on your hip, push your hip forwards and at the same time push your left shoulder back, twist as far as you can, for the first part of the twist it shouldn't hurt any more than it already does, but just before it cracks it will hurt more. If you can't twist far enough on your own, get someone else to pull your hip forward and push shoulder back. If it cracks the pain will go away instantly and stay away for a few days but then build up again over the next week until you get this seen by a physio.

Shannon - posted on 12/11/2009

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I've haerd a lot of people that had epidurals tell me that the doctor "hit a nerve" while putting it in. The result was the type of nerve pain you are talking about. Many said that it went away after a few months to a couple of years. Some said it went MOSTLY away eventually (3-5 years) and other have told me that they still haven't gotten over it. Those that still have it have tried everything; doctors chiropractors, medication, herbal remedies, exercises etc. some of these things helped but none actually sovled the problem. I don't mean to sound negative but I'm trying to warn you that this may be one of those things you have to learn to live with. I know it sucks but I watched my friends spend so much time and money on doctors who promised everything and gave nothing in the end but disappointment. Some things they do can even make it worse! I wish I could over you better news but I feel its best to know the truth about these kinds of thing from the begining than to be fill with falls hope and didapointment.

The good news is that it can heal itself over time. Any one I knew that had this problem after birth it would just become a little bit less gradually over time. It's been several years since i've seen any of my old friends from back home so I don't know how they are doing now. Maybe they got better later than others and maybe they have dicovered new midical techniques to deel with it. I ceartanly pray it is so.

Kate - posted on 12/11/2009

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My first bub is 7 months old and when she was about 4 months old I had huuuuugee pains in my lower back too. sitting down,standing up getting out of the car definately brought tears to my eyes. I went to a physio for 3 weeks (once a week) and they said it was to do with the muscle near my tail bone area had all but been lost from pregnancy - it's just what your body does to carry a baby - anyway, i did core strength exercises and got excellent physio massages in that area for 3 weeks and slowly i got my mobility back. after 6 weeks or so I was fine. it was such a relief! I think you should definately see a physio ;-) good luck.



ps. i had a c-section but they never mentioned it had anything to do with the epidural, it's just about all the muscles that separate and core muscle tone you loose during pregnancy. all very fixable tho :-)



pps. it didn't feel like muscle pain either. i had actually thought that i'd broken my tail bone the pain was that deep and bad and felt like it was my spine rather than any muscle.

Regina - posted on 12/11/2009

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I Know Exactly How You Feel! I Had Minor Back Problems Before I Got Pregnant, Back Labor With Both My Kids. My Second Child Was Lying On My Sciatic Nerve Which Caused Pain To Shoot Down My Leg And Be On One Side Of My Body. I Have Chronic Back Pain That Doesn't Go Away, No Pain Killer Can Kill. It's My Spine Too All The Time, I Got A MRI Done And It Read I Have Degenerative Disc Diease Which Everyone Who Ages Has. The Disc's Are Damaged And Have Been For Awhile. I'm 29 And Have Been Dealing With This Since I Got Pregnant With My First In 2003. It's Only Gotten Worse. Chiropratictor Will Help Sometimes, An Orthopedic Doctor Demanded I Get Cortazone Treatments. I Refused Because They Are Needles In The Back And The Orthapedic Refused To Treat Me After That. I Did Get 2 Epuidurals For Labor And Thats All The Needles In My Spine I WANT. Good Luck And Know Your Not Alone.

Zoe - posted on 12/11/2009

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i got a really bad back at time i pulled it out the other day . 4 years a go i had a 10 pound baby and after that my backs never been the same and to top that off 7 months ago i had a baby and had a eqidural and my back is worse then ever now i counldn't walk last night . It was so back i'm in pain a lot with my back but i find a nice ice cold bath helps

Paige - posted on 12/11/2009

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Hi Sharon. I think it is most probably sciatica, but have you thought of seeking some advice from a chiropractor? After my 2nd child I couldn't sit cross-legged on the floor, or even lay with my back on the floor (to exercise. I would look like a cripple trying to get up from this position!) and could not ride a bicycle for about 4 years! I tried a bit of gentle yoga at home and this seemed to relieve some of the discomfort. I had my third child 8 months ago (after an 8 year break! and 3rd c-section too) and made the choice to seek advice from a very very good chiropractor when my wound had recovered enough and it has done wonders for my recovery! Still a little way to go, but the relief I get from manipulation is so fantastic - I can even ride a bike for fitness! Yay. Please keep all you options of advice open, though, and choose what feels comfortable for you. Also remember very gentle yoga may help to free up the spaces between your joints - and is relaxing too! But do seek advice from your GP before you start anything. Good luck!

Leah - posted on 12/11/2009

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your spine could also be misaligned. try to see a chiropractor. i went for 2 years and it definately helped.

Lisa - posted on 12/11/2009

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My best friend just had back surgery done about a month and half ago. When she was pregnant with her first son she had problems with her sciatic nerve. They couldn't do anything for her. He is now 7. She then had another son who is now 2. The pain got worse with him. It was to the point where she was taking about 10 vicadin a day for the pain (Dr. prescribed of course). She went through all kinds of physical therapy for over a year. They finally did x-rays and scans of her back and found out that she had 2 slipped discs. They tried a different approach in therapy that led to no where. That is when they told her she needed surgery. Since then she no longer has the sharp pains in her lower back and can walk around without hunching over. She is not allowed to carry anything with any real weight for at least 2 more months. She is only 28, too.

Stella - posted on 12/11/2009

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Quoting Sharon:

I can't offer any insight because i broke my back, and prior to that had severe back issues. Pain was constant before I broke my back and its worse now.

However - if I were to put it on a scale, its no worse now than before my kids.


 

Stella - posted on 12/11/2009

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Quoting Sharon:

Has this happened to anyone else after pregnancy?

For the last two years my lower back has slowly been getting worse pain wise. I'm not talking the muscles of the back either but the actual spine....or at least it feels like the bone of the spine when I stretch that hurts so badly tears come to my eyes.

This has never happened to me before my daughter was born 2 years ago and yes I remember have back pain during my pregnancy as well but it was minor stuff. Now it's like I cannot even lean backwards in any way shape or form; can't stretch above my head, or even pick up my daughter without the pain. It really makes it hard to teach my students movements for the songs we learn, the younger the child the more movement you need to help teach the song....especially if they are autistic.

My sister in law says it's probably my sciatic (spelling) nerve and there is nothing that can be done for it. She has that and that is what the doctor told her....gave her some instructions on what to do if it acts up. Her son was born 6 months prior to my daughter and get this.....we both had epidurals. I didn't know she had an epi until my mom told her about my back and she said that hers has acted up ever since then as well.

I'm planning on going to the Orthopedic doctor once my new insurance kicks in because I don't like the one I have now.....just a few more weeks until the new year so I can manage. But it got me wondering if there are other mom's out there that have something simular to this.


 

Tammy - posted on 12/11/2009

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I have had back problems since my first epidual 17 years ago. But in saying that I had another child the same way early this year at which time I was informed that there is no proof that this causes back pain and it is a myth (I also had the babys spine rubbing on mine during labour with my first (who know's! this might be the issue). My Sciatic nerve is forever being pinched as well and i cannot recommend muscle relaxants enough. They work within a couple of days by reducing the inflammation and unpinching your nerve (just dont' take them when you don't need them!!!) I wish you luck

E. Darlene - posted on 12/11/2009

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I agree with your sister-in-law that it could be your sciatic nerve, but I suggest you see a chiropractor who does spinal decompression. Having babies plays heck on our bodies, not only during pregnancy, but also during the birthing process itself. You may have injured one of you disks in the lumbar region that is causing the sciatic nerve to be pinched. Unless the orthopedic doctor knows about spinal decompression with a machine that gently puts traction on the spine allowing the fluid to ease back into the disk, I would not go to him/her.

Six years ago, I had a fall that herniated two disks in my back. I was going to a chiropractor at the time, but he is what I call an "insurance" doctor. One who only works on what you initially went to him for and nothing else. So when I had the accident, he continued working only on the old problem and not the new one. When the disk finally pinched the sciatic completely, I was on the floor. I was not even able to crawl...I was dragging my body around with my forearms. A few days prior to this happening, I had seen a commercial on TV with a chiropractor who was advertising spinal decompression with a machine called the DRX9000. If I had not gone to him, I don't know where I would be today. The DRX9000 is an expensive treatment and not covered by a lot of insurances, but I would call around and see if you can find a chiropractor who has a decompression machine that is made by Lifestyles and see if that doctor is covered by your insurance. I now get monthly maintenance treatments with a chiropractor who has the Lifestyle machine, but that is only because the one I went to before who had the DRX9000 passed away and his widow sold the business. I am completely satisfied with the treatments I am now taking.

I really urge you to shop around.

Tanisha - posted on 12/11/2009

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Yes! I had epis for both of my deliveries. I had some pain after the first one and everyone said perhaps it was because our son was a large baby. nearly four years later it never diminished. When 2nd son was born I needed another epi The pain some days became unbearable. No one has ever diagnosed the problem and one doc suggested I was exaggerating (didn't go back to see him!)! More than 13 years later the pain persists. Hearing about the disk decompression is very helpful. Thank you for asking this question!

Patience - posted on 12/11/2009

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I have had this problem as well.... i never thought that it might have been caused by the epi! I will probably mention something next week at my appt with my dr and see what she says.

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Hi, Sharon, sorry to hear about your pain. I have had chronic back pain, which got worse with both of my pregnancies. I have an unusual culprit, since I was born with an extra vertabrae. However, this, in addition to breaking both legs when I was 3, got to be unbearable when I went back to work after my kids got older. I used to go to the pain management clinic in my area to get shots in my back. The doc used to treat my dad, too. His pain was skeletal, due to arthritis, whereas the doc said mine was mostly muscular. Although he said mine was muscular, it lead to affecting my nerves also. Even though the shots hurt while they were being administered (my lamaze helped ALOT), it was worth the 3-6 months of relief. Lately my superscapula (sp) nerve just above my shoulders have been giving me trouble, and I'm looking into going back for relief. If you don't fear needles, it's worth checking into. If you DO fear needles, just don't look, cuz it's sooooo worth it to stop the pain. Good luck!

Vanessa - posted on 12/11/2009

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That is really interesting about the epidural. I have 4 kids the first 3 no pain meds, no back problems. The last one was a c-section with an epidural and I now have back pain. Not anywhere near what it sounds like you are having but still un comfortable. Good luck with your new insurance! Don't let them tell you there is nothing they can do, there is always something.

Theresa - posted on 12/11/2009

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Your sciatic does cause some low back pain, but it will cause more leg numbness on the side it hurts. Massage will help, stretching also. If you are thinking it is more of the bone than the muscle it very well could be. Maybe see a chiropractor. Maybe you have a hairline fracture? Good luck!

Sarah - posted on 12/11/2009

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This has not happened to me, but my mom suffered from sciatica for over 20 years. The only thing that she has found relief from was just recent...Yoga! She keeps up with it and tries to do it daily and she has not had pain since! I highly recommend trying it for awhile. Also, another issue, during my third pregnancy my back was VERY bad, I had never had pain like it before! While I was in labor, I was getting my epidural and the doctor asked me if I was aware that I had mild scoliosis, which is a curve in your spine(just in case you didn't know) he said that it was more than likely the cause of my pain, however, it doesn't really bother me anymore. So try the yoga out! I really hope you find relief, whatever you do! Good luck!

Jamie - posted on 12/11/2009

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Yes..I had the same kind of pain after i had my oldest son...Then when i became pregnant when my youngest son 6 years later the pain was practically unbearable..They told me the same thing they told you sister n law..The doctor told me that swimming and exercises that would tighten the stomach muscles would probally help..but other than that not really anything else..

Brittany - posted on 12/11/2009

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i have that promblem some days worse then the other my son was borned 2 years ago to and when it is cold outside my back even hurts more and did to have the epuidurals(spelling) the doctor told me it could latter off and on but i thought it would go aaway after 2 years but it didnt i may go to the doctor and ask if i have a nerve promblem or what is going on i know how you feel good luck

Carmen - posted on 12/11/2009

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I too suffer extreme back pain since havin an epi with my second son but also have back problems. Have found if i can keep my weight under control my back pain is alot more managable. Surgeons actually wanted to fuse my spine together, so do what ever you can before it gets to this stage

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My son is 17 months, but I have noticed an increase in back pain near the spine in my case. When I use my stability ball to stretch (which I used to do ALL the time pre-pregnancy and it never bothered me) it hurts so bad that I literally cannot move a muscle! I think I sat on the floor for about 20 or 30 minutes b/c I couldn't move. I eventually just had to suck it up as bad as the pain was b/c I had to pee :) Though, I have to say.. Your back pain sounds much worse than mine is. Mine isn't all the time and I can move in some ways w/o it hurting. Glad to hear that you're planning on going to the doctor.. Hope it's nothing serious and that they can ease your pain!!!

Allie - posted on 12/11/2009

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Quoting Sharon:

Has this happened to anyone else after pregnancy?

For the last two years my lower back has slowly been getting worse pain wise. I'm not talking the muscles of the back either but the actual spine....or at least it feels like the bone of the spine when I stretch that hurts so badly tears come to my eyes.

This has never happened to me before my daughter was born 2 years ago and yes I remember have back pain during my pregnancy as well but it was minor stuff. Now it's like I cannot even lean backwards in any way shape or form; can't stretch above my head, or even pick up my daughter without the pain. It really makes it hard to teach my students movements for the songs we learn, the younger the child the more movement you need to help teach the song....especially if they are autistic.

My sister in law says it's probably my sciatic (spelling) nerve and there is nothing that can be done for it. She has that and that is what the doctor told her....gave her some instructions on what to do if it acts up. Her son was born 6 months prior to my daughter and get this.....we both had epidurals. I didn't know she had an epi until my mom told her about my back and she said that hers has acted up ever since then as well.

I'm planning on going to the Orthopedic doctor once my new insurance kicks in because I don't like the one I have now.....just a few more weeks until the new year so I can manage. But it got me wondering if there are other mom's out there that have something simular to this.


I have the exact problem. I've always had issues with my back, but after 3 pregnancies and 3 epidural i have days i can't sit, stand or lay down.  Disk Decompression has helped the most along with yoga and losing a little weight.


 

Tess - posted on 12/10/2009

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omg yes i had my first baby 17months ago and im now preg with my 2nd, but even b4 i was preg with #2 i had bad back pain, iv heard tht it can be from epidural, but even now my back canes even though im getting the back pain with baby i know its not just this preg.. if i lay on my back for 5 min tryin to get up is absolute hell!!

Kandie - posted on 12/10/2009

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I had the same problem and it is due to the epi. When the needle was withdrawn, it allowed a small amount of fluid to be released from in between the disk and I now have a heriated disk. I have gone through Disk Decompression and it has been a lifesaver! I was to the point that it physically hurt to move and I was walking like a 90 yr old grandma. Try the decompression. It worked for me. I had to go 2-3 times a week for several months but it was well worth it. The first couple of visits left me really sore but I could tell a difference in just a couple of weeks!!

Vesna - posted on 12/10/2009

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oh btw, most osteopathic doctors are either massage therapists, or physiotherapoists as well and are covered under most insurance plans. GOod luck

Vesna - posted on 12/10/2009

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Lots of crazy things happen to our bodies while we are growing those beautiful little babies in our bodies. My suggestion is to find a good chiropractor or osteopath to help starigten you back our. It's a wonder any of ua can walk normally after gaining 50 pounds, and then as i did, losing 60 over a 6 months span. That will throw anybodies muscles and ligaments out of whack. I have had treatments form both chiropractor and osteopath since having my daugter 16 months ago, and i feel normal again. can't say my body shape will ever be the same, but those or the battle scars of motherhood.
Hope this helps.

Betsy - posted on 12/10/2009

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I've had 4 epis, during some deliveries and during a surgery while pregnant and no issues. You should get it checked though. You could have hurt your back the way you were walking while pregnant. I messed up the muscles from my hip to my knee while carrying my twins the way I was walking with all that pressure, which really hurt after delivery. Hope it's nothing serious.

Sharon - posted on 12/10/2009

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I can't offer any insight because i broke my back, and prior to that had severe back issues. Pain was constant before I broke my back and its worse now.



However - if I were to put it on a scale, its no worse now than before my kids.

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