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Hi. M 30 years old female frm delhi. I have three n half year old daughter. Post delivery after c section I am suffering frm back pain n now frm last two years der is pain in my left leg. Leg pain increases in cold condition. Dere is stiffness in d leg. Prolonged sitting or sleeping causes d stiffness. I feel pain wen I walk after sitting long. I hv undergone physiotherapy at least 12 sittings bt wen d sessions get over it cm bck. I hv seen mny ortho doctors also bt dey werexnt able to identify my problem .dey only gave me painkikers.

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Dear lybrate-user Back pain is very common pre or postnatal complication. Pain radiates upto leg that means your back muscles are getting stiff &weak. One thing I wanna to clear that in starting physio is helpful to reduce stiffness &pain just like medical treatment/medicine. It has no side effects as compared to medicine. Once back pain relief exercises are must to regain strength of muscle and to provide relaxation. My advice to you do back long muscle strechting exercises under supervision of well experienced physiotherapist or you can consult me too. Take hot formentation daily. Avoid prolonge time sitting or standing positions. Take mini breaks while working.
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you are right here it is the effect of post surgical effect of lumbar anaesthesia given in during surgery it gives back pain so long time ago so it's very painful for your back pain or your leg pain take some homepathic treatment for it also consult me on lybrate.com for further treatment thank you.
hi, take calcium supplements,vitamin b complex. take moringa leaves. ashwagantha tab. avoid potato, unripe bananas, tamarind. avoid constipation. externally apply castor oil to the affected area and give hot water fomentation.
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