Eighty percent of women will experience back pain at some point during their pregnancies.We’ve all been there, but there are some remedies that work very successfully.When you start to show, your posture may change, and as a result your back muscles have some new work to do. This article is very clear and gives a lot of information about what to do for pregnancy related back pain.Plan carefully when you decide which method you are comfortable with in order to alleviate your back pain. As with every pregnancy, you need a plan for the unexpected as well as the normal every day ins and outs of pregnancy. Early in your pregnancy, (if not before you become pregnant) find a chiropractor or orthopedist specializing in pregnancy back pain. This is a good time to start making your “list”, questions to ask the doctor, cord blood banking and all things labor and delivery related.