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CPST & mom
As a chiropractor, I always suggest to patients using slings that they MUST switch sides! Not only for the stress to your body but to equalize the stress to your baby's body as well. Also, the part of the sling that goes over the shoulder should be spread out widely over the shoulder.
Try to wear the baby more in the front than right on the hip. If you find you can't continue to stand up straight while wearing the baby (ie you kind of jut one hip out) then you are causing serious stress to your spine.
Working on your core musculature will help also.
CPST & mom
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