You don’t have to be pregnant to experience the discomfort of back pain. But if you are, let’s just say the experience becomes a whole lot more frustrating. Coupled with all the other physical discomforts of pregnancy, back pain can take quite the toll on your body. But why is it more acutely felt when you’re expecting?
Foods You Should Be Eating Before You Get Pregnant
Logistics manager Michelle Lee, 36, remembers when her mother tried to fatten her up after she had just gotten married. “I was under-weight by a few kilograms and my mother was worried that I would have difficulty conceiving. She would cook nutritious and healthy lunch and dinners daily and deliver the food to my workplace and my home. She would also provide me with slow-boiled soup twice a week,” shares Lee.