Use a combination of repositioning and comfort measures to give yourself much-appreciated relief.
Remember: Labor Pains are Temporary
The good news is that when your baby is delivered, your back labor pains will stop. It is important to note that back labor does not harm the baby or mom. If you experience back pain, let your doctor and the staff know; back labor is a clue that your baby might not be in the ideal position for passing through the birth canal.
If you experience back labor during labor and delivery, that does not mean that you will experience it in future pregnancies. Ask any mom to multiple children: Every labor and delivery experience is different.
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