Just wanted some advice. i have had really bad lower back pain since 10 weeks which ususally starts in ana evening and leaves me hardly able to walk up to bed on an evening. By morning its usually gone and im fine. Just lately its started hurting during the day too.
I think im too early for it to be sciatica but a friend said it may be kidney infection. I had a urine infection early on in my preganancy which cleared up with antibiotics and ive felt fine since ( peeing wise!!)
anyone else has this?? im going to go see my doctor tomorow. x
I have no idea what it is but I have also been suffering lately with really bad lower back pains! If your doctor says anything useful do let me know - I am going to mention it to my midwife when I see her a week on Tuesday
hi i get this as well, mine is normally after sitting in the same position for some time, recently i have bought a maternity wedge pillow and find it brilliant for sitting on sofa with and laying in bed, you can all so use it to support your bump whilst sleeping on your side in bed.
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