Thanks again for the replies I have researched c-sections, so I have an idea of what to expect. I'm not saying I 100% want the section, I just want to explore all my options. I had a natural ish labour with my first, and I was in agony for 3 weeks afterwards anyway due to infections and tearing etc. I know it's most likely once I'm in labour, I'll forget all about the SPD, but the thing that's worrying me is I cannot open my legs at all ATM, and I'm worried about doing further damage. Probably irrational fears I know but oh the joys of pregnancy lol but again I really appreciate your in put ladies
Did you go to your doctor and say you were still suffering? From what you posted it sounds like you dident so you dident have to suffer for 5 years. Seeing a physio or a chiropractor can help with any lingering SPD pain. I still had twinges 9 months on and a few sessions of physio sorted that out and LO had shoulder dystocia when born.
Yeah i saw several doctors, it took me about 8 months to go and admit it hadn't gone away
It was decided that i'd need an operation to pin my pelvis in place, once i'm no longer going to have any more children, not sure if i'll still need it now, i hope not!
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