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    Chiroractor during first trimester
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    marazawadzki28 posted:
    I am in my first trimester. Is it safe to go to the chiropractor to get adjusted for a back injury?
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    chapmanfamily responded:
    I'm wondering the same thing. I normally go monthly but I am waiting until my appointment with my OB before I go back. I haven't been in 2 months because of travel and I feel like I really need an adjustment.
     
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    bsyvertson87 responded:
    Just call your Chiropractor, they will be able to answer that. I use to go all the time but then my insurance stopped covering it. But I know they have a specific adjustment for pregnant women.


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