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sacroilliac joint syndrome

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • September 26, 2008
  • 01:33 AM

Hi all,
I wonder can anyone shed some light-

When a woman is pregnant , her body releases a hormone, relaxin, in order that muscular tissue allows movement of the bones especially the pelvis to help accomodate the birth proccess. Is there a link post partum or rather is there any chance that post partum this or a simular hormone is released before each subsequent period/ menstruation which could aggrevate this condition? I am an Aromatherapist and I am finding this complaint frequently in women aged between 30 and 40yo who have also bore children.

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