Lumbopelvic—low back and/or pelvic girdle—pain is a common medical condition associated with pregnancy; nearly half of pregnant women experience it. "As ligaments—which connect bones to each other—stretch and the uterus expands as the baby grows, they put excessive stress on the spine and pelvis. This can lead to low back pain, pelvic girdle pain, or both," says author Zbigniew Gugala, MD, PhD.
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