Diastasis Recti Causes Of Ab Seperation During And After Pregnancy

Diastasis recti (abdominal separation) is the separation of two bands of abdominal muscles (recti-abdominis or six-pack muscles), which run from the chest to the pelvis underneath the skin and meet along the mid-line of the stomach. The condition is also known as “diastasis of rectus abdominis muscle” (DRAM) and is common during and after pregnancy.

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