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Discussion: Consensus from my mom/baby ...

in: AliC; AliC > 2017-11-27

Nov 29, 2017 2:19 AM # 
djalkiri:
Consensus from my mom/baby group (both from physiology and direct experience) was that it also makes it extremely easy to screw up your lower back.
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Nov 29, 2017 6:09 PM # 
AliC:
Ah, more to mind! When I ease back into running again, the plan is to do so super-slowly. Hopefully will mean everything goes ok!
Nov 29, 2017 7:36 PM # 
lady00shalott:
My physical therapist sister-in-law told me that kegals are really easy to incorrectly (and that most people could be considered postnatal even decades later). It may be beneficial to see a PT for a few postnatal appointments to make sure the pilates and strength is done the correct way.
Nov 30, 2017 6:31 AM # 
codymonster:
Ditto- I highly recommend PT! Also, you might look into a Serola sacroiliac belt (though someone- i.e. said PT- has to show you how to wear it properly)- it eliminated a lot of pain by pulling my pelvis back together before I trained my muscles to do it themselves.

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