But here's the unavoidable truth—pregnancy is hard on your back.
In very rare cases, pregnant women can have a serious injury such as a herniated disc. The related demographic questionnaires including age, trauma history, weight, and height were filled in and pregnancy and delivery information was also recorded.
Treatment of back injury during pregnancy If you injure your back while you are pregnant, simple exercises and using back support are usually enough to fix the injury.
Pregnancy as a risk factor for progression of spondylolisthesis, olisthesis as a risk factor for pregnancy complications, and pregnancy in women with spondylolysis as the cause of increased low-back symptoms, are questions hitherto not analysed.
Your back injury should not affect labour or pain relief during labour. Weight gain puts more pressure on the back and will likely worsen your spondylolisthesis.
Talk to a physiotherapist for specific exercises to strengthen your back.