Generally, women have more aches and pain than men. Women are more prone to having migraine headaches, rheumatoid arthritis, cramps in the calves, fibromyalgia (inflammatory muscular disease), and poly myalgia rheumatic (rheumatic muscle pain), as well as their own specific pains such as labor pain, period pain, endometria pain in the lower abdomen, and premenstrual body aches.
Emotionally too, they have more "pains" than men, as they have frequent mood swings due to the nature of their hormonal cycles and their sensitive nature. Nature has given them more tolerance and therefore they complain a lot less than men about pain or other symptoms of diseases.
Women are more prone to mineral deficiencies like osteoporosis (calcium deficiency), anemia (iron deficiency), low thyroid (often due to iodine deficiency), and chronic fatigue (often due to vitamin D or magnesium deficiency). Therefore, they suffer from a range of illnesses, including joint and muscle disorders. They often bruise very easily and so are more likely to have injuries in the neck and back areas.
Women generally work longer hours than men. They are the first to get up and last to sleep. From childcare to organizing meals and sorting out the general affairs of the family, they usually play an important role. The wear and tear in the joints and muscles are obvious. As working women, additionally, they have a full day of normal duties to carry out. Their posture is generally bad due to fatigue and over exertion.
Finally, pregnancy puts a lot of strain on the lower back. The weight of the baby puts tremendous strain on the groin and lower back. Just before the end of term, the body secretes a hormone that causes bone loss in the pelvic and lower back joint surfaces. This is to make them more flexible so the head can pass through the pelvic girdle without any hindrance. This often causes additional backache. As the baby grows, the mother has to carry it very often, which puts a lot of strain on the arms and the neck. Mothers forget that the child gains weight rapidly and continue to lift and carry them, which causes a lot of backache.
My advice is to consult a doctor or nutritionist for nutritional advice, do regular yoga or Pilates or spinal exercises, and have a neck and back massage once a month if is possible