Case study reveals that being pregnant can be a real pain in the back. Hyperlordosis is the technical term for those suffering with lower back pain while pregnant. There are several pain management options available to helping cope with this condition. Doctors recommend such treatments as, osteopathic manipulation, physical therapy and even acupuncture. Maintaining an active lifestyle also brings a chance of relief for those suffering from hyperlordosis. This lumbar back pain can cause distress to many pregnant women. It is very important that they seek medical advice when dealing with hyperlordosis.
- Pregnancy can induce many changes upon the female body, some of them discomforting or even painful.
- Pain in the back or spine often causes patients to shift or move around awkwardly, which usually worsens the pain.
- Focusing on maintaining good posture, even during mild back discomfort, can reduce the instances of severe spinal pain that occur.
"It has been postulated that there are two patterns of common back pain during pregnancy: lumbar pain (LP) and posterior pelvic pain."