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Women after giving birth to a child is backache

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The most prevalent problem in women after giving birth to a child is backache. The aim of this article is to decide the occurrence of back pain 1-2 months postpartum and to indicate the aspects including epidural anesthesia for pregnancy and delivery that may incline to it. This study was planned to approach the widespread postpartum back ache with and without epidural analgesia among pregnant women. In the recent era, families are not known about different delivery methods and their merits and de-merits and there was no way to discuss them on the subject.

The most prevalent problem in women after giving birth to a child is backache. The aim of this article is to decide the occurrence of back pain 1-2 months postpartum and to indicate the aspects including epidural anesthesia for pregnancy and delivery that may incline to it. This study was planned to approach the widespread postpartum back ache with and without epidural analgesia among pregnant women. In the recent era, families are not known about different delivery methods and their merits and de-merits and there was no way to discuss them on the subject.

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  1. 1. MOTHERS OFTEN GET BACK PAIN/BACKACHE AFTER GIVING BIRTH TO A CHILD
  2. 2. Introduction  The most prevalent problem in women after giving birth to a child is backache. The aim of this article is to decide the occurrence of back pain 1-2 months postpartum and to indicate the aspects including epidural anesthesia for pregnancy and delivery that may incline to it. This study was planned to approach the widespread postpartum back ache with and without epidural analgesia among pregnant women. In the recent era, families are not known about different delivery methods and their merits and de-merits and there was no way to discuss them on the subject.
  3. 3. Objective  The aim of this article is to measure the commonness of back pain and its effect on quality of life after normal vaginal delivery and cesarean reaction. This article reviews the gestational back pain during pregnancy and of new onset postpartum back pain.  By searching different databases PubMed database, Medline, Medline In-process and Embase and low back pain , pelvic girdle pain investigating the treatment. Low back pain could sense as either a pelvic girdle pain between the posterior iliac crest and the gluteal fold or as lumbar pain over and around the lumbar spine. The point of pain should be examined and recognized early. The proper treatment purposes to decrease the uneasiness and the effect on the pregnant women’s quality of life. This article disclose the most common risk factors with treatment methods which can help to lighten the pain.
  4. 4. Conclusion  Low back pain is one of the most common musculoskeletal complaints of pregnant women. Low back pain during pregnancy may be the result of mechanic, hormonal and other factors associated with changes of the body. Literature clearly indicates that low back pain may be disabiling, limiting every day activities, impacting productivity and should not be ignored and left untreated.  Treatment option include exercising, physiotherapy, stabilization belts nerve, stimulation, pharmacological treatment , massage, relaxation and yoga depending on the case.  Given the high incidence of low back pain during pregnancy, larger studies are needed, in order to test prevention and treatment options in broader populations and contribute to improving woman’s health.
  5. 5. Prevalence  80% of women suffering from Low Back Pain claim that it affects their daily routine and 10 % of them report that they are unable to work rates range from 25 % - 90%, will most studies estimating that 50% of pregnant women will suffer estimating that 50% of pregnant women will suffer from LBP. 1/3 of them will suffer from severe pain, which will reduce their quality of life. The majority of womens are affected in their first pregnancy.
  6. 6. Reasons  This topic has been discussed in various populations. However, the subject remains controversial and the etiology is poorly understood.  One of the most frequent mechanism suggested, is associated with the mechanical factors, due to weight gaining during pregnancy, to the increase of the abdominal sagittal diameter of the consequent shifting of the body gravity center anteriorly, increasing the stress on lower back.  Studies suggest that on interior shift is associated with public syphilis problems.  A negative active straight leg raise test (ASLR) is a positive PPPT may be interpreted has an increased activity of the pelvic floor muscles in order to compensate for the impaired pelvic stability.  According to some initial pilot data, weakness of gluteal medius in strongly related to the presence of Low Back Pain during pregnancy.
  7. 7.  Another theory suggests that LBP during pregnancy, which worsens at night, may be the consequence of the expanding uterus putting pressure on the vana cava causing venous condestion in the pelvis is the lumbar spine.  Sciatica is a rater rare clinical entity of LBP during pregnancy, appering in only 1% women.  Sciatica may be the result of herniation or dulging of an intervertebral disc, causing nerve compression.  Rare causes of sciatica should also be deemed when there is no evidence of disc disease.  In a small group of women the persistent pain dureing posipartum period may be secondry to osteitis condensars .
  8. 8. Diagnostics  The diagnosis of LBP during pregnancy is the differentiation between Lp and PGP is usually based on symtomps due to the few existing diagnostic tests. The subjectivity of the pain is the disability caused by back pain makes the evaluation more difficulty.  Due to some present diagnostic lests the diagnosis of LBP, LP and PGP during pregnancy can be differensiate depending upon thir symptoms. Evaluation become more difficult due to the pain subjectivity and backpain ailment Sabino Jelall LP and PGP can distinquish by phusical analysis because these entities exist difference in the site of pain and arusing test.yoults. Pstqaard et al.  Proposed a PPPT performed with patient lying in the horizontally with the face and toso facing up as opposed to the prone partiion and hip at right angle of flexion. Pelvis is and peg at opposite of antherier ilian spine (ASIS) qluteal ache opposite to the contraiateral arouse the positive value of PPPT is 0.091.
  9. 9.  Ostqaard HC et al. PPPT is positive for PGP. PGP can also be eiat by Patrick-Febere test. Many other test are used to differensiate LP from PGP. A clinical test ASLR perfomed in the supine position patient extend their knee while raising one leg proves that the parson suffering from LBC show lwss. Force as comparison to healthy one while using more activity.  De grout M. Van de Pol et al. developed PMI to estimate the potential of doing normal routine work. PMI applied on pregnant women it is varifed self report three scale questionarie to estimate quality of life and petency in relation to LBP/PGP Van de Pol G et al. Quebec back pain scale is oftenly used to measured the diability coused be LBP or PGP. Expending of pelvic ring normally occure during pregnancy Lead beater RE et al.  Unfortunately during pregnancy some times pelvic instability is caused when forcibly explsion it used. Petnotomy or synchandrotomy is the last treatment for the labour dystocia and shoulder clystocia. Baxely F.G. et als to avoid major comlications during and after symphisitany few priticipate litce vertical incirin through crtilage must be insured, Chaldis B et al.
  10. 10. Reference  Bastiaanssea JM, de Bie RA, Bastiaenen CH, Essed GG, van den Brandt PA. A historical perspective on pregnancy related low back is for pelvic girdle pain. Eur J. obstet Gyneclol Teprod Biol. 2005; 120: 3-14 {Pub Med} {Google scholar}.

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