So I'm 37 weeks and I have such a bad pain/uncomfortable feeling in my groin and inner thigh......similar to after to much exercising but a little worse and different. Anyone else???
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31-08-2013 22:08 #1
Groin and inner thigh pain
31-08-2013 22:43 #2Senior Member
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Yep! oh the joys!!!
31-08-2013 23:01 #3
Pretty sure that's what I had while pregnant with ds2. It got worse further into my pregnancy. I ended up begging at my ante natal appointment on my due date for a s&s.
I would just rest (as much as possible while looking after a toddler). Sometimes a nice bath helped, not too hot though.
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01-09-2013 05:23 #4
Probably SPD (form of pelvic instability), jus rest and keep weight equally distributed, knees together etc. there are a few other threads on BH about it if u need tips on how to cope!
30-09-2013 09:54 #5Member
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A little delayed but I'm 37 weeks pregnant now and have exactly the same pain! It feels like when you've had an intense work out at the gym and you wake up sore for the next few days. Really painful and frustrating!
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