All over body-parts pain during pregnancy

Pains and Aches During Pregnancy

Women have chronic pelvic pain that has no clear cause after thorough testing. At other times once a painful condition is treated the affected nerves do not stop transmitting pain signals. This is called neuropathic pain.

Pains During First Trimester

Cramping Sharp pain in abdomen Morning sickness, headache, migraine, numbness,constipation, sore limbs, sore breast, backache

Pains During Second Trimester

Back pain-very common. The curvature of spine and center of gravity shift as body and belly grows bigger. These changes put stress on back leading to pain and discomfort. Joint pain and pelvic pain. Nasal and gum problems. Dizziness. Leg cramps. Shortness of breath. Paralysis.

Common Causes of Pelvic Pain

Pelvic pain is most commonly caused by endometriosis adenomyosis uterine fibroids or scarring (adhesions) in the abdomen or pelvis following a pelvic infection or surgery.Some women have pelvic pain linked to diseases of the urinary tract or bowel including irritable bowel syndrome Sometimes women have chronic pelvic pain that has no clear cause after thorough testing. At other times once a painful condition is treated the affected nerves do not stop transmitting pain signals. This is called neuropathic pain.

Pains During Third Trimester

Leg cramps also known as charlie horses are common during pregnancy. These painful muscles spasms often occur at night and when laying in bed. But they can occur at anytime throughout the day. Extending the foot or pointing the toes can trigger a leg cramp.

Treatment

In pains and aches during pregnancy our treatment provides improvement from the first day. Although the rate of improvement differs from patient to patient but the patient experiences improvement in health without any side effect. All over body-part Pains During Pregnancy Treatment by our Wave Therapy at our Center with no side effects and our by in long-research successful result.

Whole body pain treatment in pregnancy



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