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    Default Pain at 15+3 - help!

    So the title really tells it all. I'm in SO much pain. My back/hips in particular. Last night was the worst, it doesn't feel muscular, I don't know what it is - it throbs and craws around onto the top of my hips and just throbs and is really painful.

    I had a scan at 11+4 and all was good - but I don't know what to do, I have a totally useless GP who is impossible to see without an appointment, and no midwife, because said stupid GP put me on shared care without asking me, so I feel like I have no one to call and ask if this is normal - I had nothing like this with DD, almost feels like back labour - but I'm only 15 weeks and there is no blood, spotting or any of that. The pain is also in the butt cheeks a little, not shooting pains so can't really be sciatica, could this be PGP? does it ache and throb if it's PGP? Panadol doesn't touch it at all, the heat packs help, but I can't lie in bed/couch with heat packs all day with DD 3 to look after

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    Bump. I hope the pain goes soon

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    Can you head to the hospital and see I midwife for a checkup? I had some pain I was unsure about at around the 20 week mark and couldn't see my ob as he was on leave and I rang the hospital and they made me come in to see a midwife. All was good in the end and the pain was normal ligament pain but I certainly got peace of mind after the visit.

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    Call the maternity ward and explain to them what's happening. They will probably get you to go in for a check up.

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    Just saw your post was from a few days ago, hope everything is fine now

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    Yep call maternity. They will be able to give you advice. Maybe a warm bath will help with the pain and some panadol. It's probably everything stretching and moving. Also you can change your care! What hospital are you booked with? Maybe go online and fill In a booking form and change care if you would prefer midwife care.

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    yeah thanks guys but I'd had a checkup well before any of those replies! It's PGP, doctor said that it's unfortunately part and parcel of the pregnancy. She's allowed me to get some panadine if the pain is bad enough to warrant it. thanks anyway though.


 

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