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    Default Painful hips 4 months after giving birth.

    I have no clue where to put this so mods can move if they want but figured this will get the target audience. So 18 weeks after having a NVD to 4.52kg/ 10pnd DS my hips are still hurting if I lay on my side. It hurts the hip thats up not the one on the bed. I wake at night with them very painful. Has anybody else had this? I thought maybe it was just tight muscle s but wondering if it could be something else from having such a big baby. ( and I am not that big).

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    I had sore hips since pregnancy with ds1. I have troncanteric bursitis.

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    Yes my left hip took months to stop hurting if I went walking or exercising by the time I got home I would barely be able to walk and yes sore to lie on etc. dd was only 8 pd 1 but I think it was my left side because she was always on the left.
    My friend is a myotherapist and treated it a few times which helped a little but she seemed to think my pelvis was 'out' and said I should see the osteopath.
    By the time I got around to thinking about doing this I realized it had gone away.
    Think I just got used to dealing with it lol.
    So I think getting it checked out by dr/osteo/chiro might help! Hth op

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    I just Google d and read about that. Is it really painful all the time. Mine only hurtsvwhen I lay on my side and in the morning so I was not sure.

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    Have you tried acupuncture??

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    Quote Originally Posted by ck2b View Post
    I just Google d and read about that. Is it really painful all the time. Mine only hurtsvwhen I lay on my side and in the morning so I was not sure.

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    Nope, mine comes and goes. It's sore in the morning or if I walk too much. They hurt if I lift them sideways. When I get out of the car or rollover in bed. Ive had it for almost 6yrs.

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    Definitely get fixed. Don't leave it. I put up with it and I ended up with arthritis in my lower back at 23yo.

    Eta: I was on daily anti inflammatories and pain killers fit months. I also did 1hr of physio every night. Until I feel pregnant with my second.

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