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    Hey I'm 21 weeks with my 2nd and for the last couple of weeks I have been experiencing terrible pelvic pressure and pain to the point that I can't walk around going to the toilet can be quite sore and lying down to sleep can be quite painful which ever way i try to sleep has anyone else experienced this kind of thing .

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    You may have SPD- get yourself to a physio or chiro.

    http://www.babycenter.com.au/pregnan...th/pelvicpain/

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    Thank you sounds alot like what i have

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    It's pretty awful but mine cleared up soon after birth

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    It's crap isnt it! I had it for about 7 weeks. Can I give you one suggestion? When you get up from a sitting position and it hurts, stand on the spot and gently march your legs, swinging your arms back and forth (like a soldier) for about 1-2 minutes.

    Yes it looks ridiculous but it helps to realign your pelvis. I can tell you I am pain free now

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    Yes, sounds like you have SPD (as mentioned by PP). I had it for 2 of my pregnancies. There are varying degrees, and hopefully, it will go away for you after the birth. But, given you have a long way to go yet, I would start seeing a physio right away and wear a pregnancy support belt (the physio can help with that). Also, as the area is probably unstable, try to minimise opening your legs outways- take care when standing up, getting in and out of the car, in and out of bed and so on. I had it very, very severely with my daughter this year- I truly hope it doesn't get any worse for you - I would be happy to give you more details, but hopefully you will be able to manage yours. Having a pair of crutches handy might help you as time goes by. All the best

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    Thank you ozechick i will be sure to try that I went to my GP and his just told me to try heat pack and panadol not sure if that will help at all If it keeps getting worst i will be sure to try to get into a physio like you mentioned littleriv at this point his telling me its just stretching i had a lot of issues with my first but not this so i hope it doesnt get worst


 

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