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    Default Just a little winge... Anyone want to join my club??

    So here I am 24 week pregnant and the inevitable has happend... My pelvis at the front has carked it... Oh the pain! Support panties don't cut it now... Lol just have to remember there is only 16 weeks to go and a beautiful little life being constructed...
    Anyone else's pelvis decided its all too much??
    ETA: the back side of my pelvis went at 14 weeks lol so it's surprising it took so long for the front to go lol I was actually starting to think I had gotten away with it!!

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    Aw poop! Physio? Heat packs help. Sorry your pelvis has had it x

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    You poor thing, I had pelvic instability in my 2nd pregnancy. Sometimes it comes on for a while and then magically disappears - it happened to my physio. Mine didn't and after I gave birth it was still sore for a while esp. when the weather got cold!?! Tell the hospital and they will get the physio to see you, I had to wear a harness and do exercises which helped. Avoid walking up and down ramps and lifting doesn't help either. Hope you get some relief soon

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    Default Just a little winge... Anyone want to join my club??

    My pelvis is not aligned and have always wondered why I had so much pain in my pelvic and hip area has caused me lots of troubles before pregnancy but the heat pack is a life saver I would have to agree there good luck for the next 16 weeks

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    yep SPD sufferer here.... pelvis decided it was getting too hard at about week 20. Bought SRC pregnancy shorts and pelvis stability belt. I wear the shorts all the time now and the belt for work or if I am walking around a lot (ie shopping). I ice if the pain gets bad and every night when I lay down in bed. This is better for reducing the inflammation than heat, despite heat feeling awesome, the ice actually helps not just relieves.

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    PS I see a chiropractor (who specialises in pregnancy care, the webster technique and paed care) and specialist pregnancy masseuse (she actually has her formal qualifications and now only practises for pregnant women) to help with managing it.

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    Hi I had this with my 2 girls and it has started again so i would love to join the winge club lol. Im almost 25 weeks now and its so painful especially if i have been stood up for too long. I too try to stay positive thinking its only 14 weeks away but i know its going to get worse last time i struggled to drive my car and i went for physio but that didn't really help.

    Always feels better to talk about it to someone who understands as I dont know anyone else that has suffered with it and it makes me think that they think im just moaning when actually its really uncomfortable.

    If you find anything that helps please get in touch! xx

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    Default Just a little winge... Anyone want to join my club??

    Maydews have you tried a chiropractor? Do you wear a stability belt? Do you ice to reduce inflammation? Do you do any appropriate strengthening exercises? There are lots of things to help. What are you currently doing?


 

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