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Renova Hand Centers is a Become Pain Free partner that specializes in hand pain. If you suffer from pain, numbness or tingling in your hands or have  trouble sleeping at night due to hand, arm, and neck pain, please contact us at www.becomepainfree.com and set up an appointment today. To learn more about  Renova Centers visit www.PainFreeHands.com

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It's Not Morning Sickness

It’s Not Morning Sickness… You're more than likely to experience all those stereotypical symptoms of pregnancy such as weight gain, the growing belly, and the larger breasts. Because the growing baby puts pressure around the back and pelvis, back pain is also a common symptom during pregnancy, and in some cases sciatic pain can be experienced. You'll discover that this is no casual morning sickness routine. What is Sciatica? The sciatic nerve is the largest nerve in the body, and is responsible for myriads of painful sensations that affect the lower back, the buttocks, the behinds of the thighs and legs right down to the ankles. Sciatica is caused when the nerve becomes compressed due to ruptured, bulging, or slipped discs in the spine. Some of the common pains are shooting sensations that run down from the lower back through to the buttocks and legs, numbness in one or all of the areas, sharp pains that may run the sciatic nerve route, or the pain may be patchy in areas. Sciatica During Pregnancy Although it's rare for pregnancy to be the cause of sciatica, pregnancy can enhance or reveal the already existing problems with the discs and spine. However, there are a few reasons for its cause during pregnancy. The growing uterus can sit in a way that puts pressure on the nerve, the same way that weight gain and water retention can compress it. Also, the muscles in the buttocks and pelvic region can tighten up and pinch the nerve because of the shift in your center of gravity. Another possibility is the changing of the baby's position during the third trimester which can compress the nerve. Sciatic pain during pregnancy can look different for every woman. You could experience certain pains in one side of the lower body or maybe even both. It may not subside as soon as the baby is born, instead it may linger for several months after. Intermittent pain may be manageable, but constant pain will require you to seek professional help. What Can You Do? Ensure you practice correct sleeping postures, and use pillows that support the neck, head, and baby bump. Ice and heat packs help to relieve pain, and wearing comfortable, shock-absorbing shoes encourage less friction on the spine and joints. Prenatal yoga poses such as Child's Pose, Triangle Pose, Cobbler's Pose, and Baby Pigeon Pose will help open and stretch the lower body that experiences sciatic pain. Don't try to live with the pain, especially with a baby on the way. Call us today at 888-373-3720 so we can get you in touch with the right specialist. You're in the business of growing a human being, and we specialize in ensuring that you become pain free the most effective and safest way possible. Call Become Pain Free... your pain solution.


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