I gave birth 3 months ago and while I would like to be my pre-pregnancy weight, my biggest issue is that my back is not coping with not being pregnant. I got used to carrying myself a certain way and I find I'm still walking and standing like I'm pregnant.
I have bad sway back, get horrendous muscle spasms in my back, my posture is shocking and I have no core strength. Has anyone experienced this and found ways to fix it? I'm really wanting to exercise but am too scared to in case it brings on spasms - I wouldn't wish them on my worst enemy!
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19-05-2013 22:00 #1Senior Member
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Back pain, muscle spasms - how to fix them?
19-05-2013 22:03 #2Senior Member
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I think your best bet would be a physio....
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