As your milk comes in your breasts might feel full, warm and tingly. This does not hurt everyone. For those who do experience pain, nursing is often the best relief for engorgement. If you are not planning on nursing, a tight bra and no breast stimulation is the fastest way through this period.
Postpartum back pain: How to get relief. By BabyCenter Staff. Reviewed by the BabyCenter Medical Advisory Board. February 6, 2018. Breast feeding pattern may be associated with persistent low back pain and pelvic pain half a year postpartum. The Open Epidemiology Journal 2:26-33.
You expect to be a little sore after delivery, but the truth is, you may experience days or weeks of postpartum problems. From bloated breasts to weird cramps, here's how to deal with them.Author: Jennifer Cody Epstein.