Hi. I don't know if this is anything to do with the fact that I has my son or something else tho for several weeks I've felt unwell dizzy tho all different times of the day, headaches that worsen laying down and the last two weeks bed breath and also I have pain where u would normally get period cramps tho I don't have periods as breastfeeding. The pelvic
Doscomfort I wod say rather then bad pain is often worse when I've been sitting or laying and I find it hard to walk
Sometimes my hips ache and my joints too. Blood pressure and blood tests show normal. I can't work it put tho it has me in tears at times. Anyone else had any of this? Also since giving birth I cannot sleep without something between my legs anyone else found this too? Thanks xx
Hiya, I had spd from 4 months preg and have physio now for it. It's caused by hormones relaxing the ligaments and can apparently take a year after stopping breastfeeding to go back to normal. Physio can't really do much, just give you exercises which you can Google xxx
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