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  1. I have a theory. It is documented that women live longer, but also live with more {and longer} chronic illness.I think that the physical demands, the hormonal shifts, and the exhaustion that comes from pregnancy, breastfeeding, and general infant-ness is the perfect storm of injury that allows minor genetic weaknesses to start progressing into chronic illness.
    I would LOVE to see a comparison of chronic illness rates in women who have/have not had children.

  2. I have a theory. It is documented that women live longer, but also live with more {and longer} chronic illness.I think that the physical demands, the hormonal shifts, and the exhaustion that comes from pregnancy, breastfeeding, and general infant-ness is the perfect storm of injury that allows minor genetic weaknesses to start progressing into chronic illness.
    I would LOVE to see a comparison of chronic illness rates in women who have/have not had children.

  3. “Baby wrist”: MRI of an overuse syndrome in mothers.Anderson SE, Steinbach LS, De Monaco D, Bonel HM, Hurtienne Y, Voegelin E. Am J Roentgenol. 2004 Mar;182(3):719-24.OBJECTIVE: The purpose of our study was to describe the MRI findings and interesting clinical aspects of a postpartum overuse syndrome of the wrist and thumb, de Quervain’s tenosynovitis, or “baby wrist.” CONCLUSION: Mothers may experience a wrist and thumb overuse syndrome, which can be diagnosed by MRI with an increase in size and low signal intensity on both T1- and T2-weighting, in and around the first dorsal tendon sheath compartment of the wrist.
    http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/entrez/utils/fref.fcgi?PrId=3051&itool=AbstractPlus-def&uid=14975975&db=pubmed&url=http://www.ajronline.org/cgi/pmidlookup?view=long&pmid=14975975
    Rehab Manag. 2002 Apr;15(3):44-5.Ergo MOMics.Maynard S, Blain LG.
    http://www.rehabpub.com/features/42002/10.asp

  4. “Baby wrist”: MRI of an overuse syndrome in mothers.Anderson SE, Steinbach LS, De Monaco D, Bonel HM, Hurtienne Y, Voegelin E. Am J Roentgenol. 2004 Mar;182(3):719-24.OBJECTIVE: The purpose of our study was to describe the MRI findings and interesting clinical aspects of a postpartum overuse syndrome of the wrist and thumb, de Quervain’s tenosynovitis, or “baby wrist.” CONCLUSION: Mothers may experience a wrist and thumb overuse syndrome, which can be diagnosed by MRI with an increase in size and low signal intensity on both T1- and T2-weighting, in and around the first dorsal tendon sheath compartment of the wrist.
    http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/entrez/utils/fref.fcgi?PrId=3051&itool=AbstractPlus-def&uid=14975975&db=pubmed&url=http://www.ajronline.org/cgi/pmidlookup?view=long&pmid=14975975
    Rehab Manag. 2002 Apr;15(3):44-5.Ergo MOMics.Maynard S, Blain LG.
    http://www.rehabpub.com/features/42002/10.asp

  5. I doubt you’re looking for anecdotes, but it’s certainly a known phenomenon. When I had my first baby, 7 years ago, I went to the doctor for bad wrist pain and they told me how common it was, de Quervain’s tendonitis, for new mothers.

  6. I doubt you’re looking for anecdotes, but it’s certainly a known phenomenon. When I had my first baby, 7 years ago, I went to the doctor for bad wrist pain and they told me how common it was, de Quervain’s tendonitis, for new mothers.

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