How does degenerative spondylolisthesis affect pregnancy?

It does not. Degenerative spondylolisthesis usually is not seen before age 50. While is rarely occurs earlier, it should have no direct affect on pregnancy.
Back ache. The junction of the low spine and pelvis is vulnerable to slipping. This is worse with obesity and pregnancy. The pregnancy may progress normally and delivery can be regular vaginal. But severe low back pain may make the pregnsncy very problematic. Work on posture and core strengthening and relaxation.

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How will degenerative spondylolisthesis affect a pregnancy?

Not much. Most of these are mild deformities i. Terms of degree of slip. There may be some increased back pain with a change in terms of loss of your core muscle support and center of gravity as the pregnancy progresses but it should not affect the pregnancy or birth or even the utilization of an epidural. A pregnancy harness may help as you progress with the pregnancy. Read more...