I am 22 weeks almost 23. I don't remeber ever dealing with this with my first. My pelvic bones hurt so bad I literally have to hold/support my pelvic bones around my lady part to be able to walk. Its just awful. What in the world is the deal? I know the bones loosen and all that, they did with my first this just tops everything.
I think there are a few very specific pelvic disorders you can get in pregnancy.. I went to a Bumps and Tums session at the hospital where a physio took us through diff types of pain, the cause and treatments/self-help, but I can't remember the names of it all now - but there was definitely one specific to the pubic bone which is what yours sounds like.
I would ask your midwife for an obstetric physio referral if I were you.
That is defenitely Pelvic Girdle Pain hun. I would contact the physio asap as they should be able to give you some tips and ideas of how to minimise pain/injury. I was just diagnosed myself last week and i can only empathise, im only 17 weeks, yikes
Hope you get it looked at and get some relief as soon as hun. All the best xxx
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