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    Default Hip pain after birth

    DS is almost 4 months and I'm still experiencing hip pain. I had a fairly straightforward birth but he wasn't positioned properly and I had horrendous hip pain during the pushing stage. It's still lingering and I'm wondering if that's normal? Did anyone else have this?

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    Have you had it cheeked out by your doc? When my DD was four months I went and saw my GP as I still had lingering pain in my left hip/pelvis area. Mine just faded completely soon after. My doctor it was common and also did some tests to rule out sciatica- my pain seemed to radiate down my entire leg at times.

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    Hi marigold, no I haven't see the dr yet but I need to. I was told initially that it would go on it's own, once the pregnancy hormones had settled down, but its been 4 months and its still around. Could I have done some damage?

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    Mine only went when I got pregnant with my second child. It used to really hurt when I first stood up and started walking but eased once I had been moving a bit.

    It's come back now after DD2s birth but no where near as bad. Both my sister and I were complaining about it this weekend so I think the weather had something to do with it.

    I meant to go see someone about if but never did. Call it now and go, don't wait as long as I did.

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