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TSMilano7
post Jul 29 2020, 10:50 AM, updated 3w ago

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Hi all, i am trying to help my wife as she is suffering from backpain all day.

she is currently on her 2nd trimester and we are having twins.

i tried to google and some recommends chiropractic or physiotherapy session.

Does any one of you ever tried chiropractic or physiotherapy session during your pregnancy? does it really work?
Sterneye
post Aug 1 2020, 09:23 PM

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Many experts recommend that pregnant women receive a massage to relieve a little tension in the back. But in general, if your wife is so bothered by pain, it is best to go straight to the doctor and get recommendations from a specialist. Because it seems to me that the pain won't just go away, but on the contrary, it can get even worse. It's better not to delay it, and get qualified help immediately. Good luck with that)
ryukeong
post Aug 3 2020, 08:35 PM

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What I did is help my wife massage using side fist on her back, which I learn from a tv program. Doesn’t totally stop the pain but really able to relieve her pain at least for a while.
JohnLo
post Aug 3 2020, 08:40 PM

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QUOTE(Milano7 @ Jul 29 2020, 10:50 AM)
Hi all, i am trying to help my wife as she is suffering from backpain all day.

she is currently on her 2nd trimester and we are having twins.

i tried to google and some recommends chiropractic or physiotherapy session.

Does any one of you ever tried chiropractic or physiotherapy session during your pregnancy? does it really work?
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massage is the best and let your wife relax, dun be too stress
acsl_jc
post Aug 5 2020, 05:00 PM

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Good husband you are. You may research One Osteo Osteopathy. Hopefully it helps.
Tr1Angel
post Aug 7 2020, 01:13 PM

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Chiropractic is good to go but you may check with them whether they have experience on handling pregnancy case before not.

Did you try the pregnancy pillow? something like this https://shopee.com.my/-%F0%9D%90%8C'%F0...5616.3343156126

 

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