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Old Sep 26th, 2017, 12:26 PM   1
littlepeanut1
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Anyone had pubic bone popping?


Hi all,

As it says on the tin really. I'm 16 weeks pregnant with my second child and for around two weeks now my public bone has been popping (same sound as someone clicking their fingers) everytime I roll round in bed however it is now happening when I stand up?

I must say there is no pain associated with the popping but I have been having really bad hip pain during the night (again had this with my first but not until much further on). I'm having to swap sides every half hour. Alongside this if I have been sitting for a while and try to get up I'm having pain down my hips and into my bottom.

Please tell me someone else is experiencing this so early on?

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Old Sep 27th, 2017, 10:32 AM   2
Laeyla
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I remember this happening when I was expecting #2. I can't recall how far along I was. I did mention it to my OB and he didn't seem too concerned though. I had some sciatica pain in my third trimester as well but nothing serious ever came from it.



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Old Sep 27th, 2017, 11:06 AM   3
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SPD maybe?



 
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Old Sep 28th, 2017, 11:20 AM   4
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I hope nothing comes of it, fingers crossed!

I'm going to bring it up at my next midwife appointment 👍🏽

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Old Oct 7th, 2017, 07:57 AM   5
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I'd definitely say SPD.

I've suffered with it every pregnancy and each time it's started earlier.
Currently about 10 weeks pregnant with 4th and already my hips/pelvis feel & sound like they're clicking out of place every time I turn over in bed.

You might get referred to a physiotherapist if it gets too painful but I didn't find that helped much. It gets to a point for me that I have to sit up in bed propped up with loads of pillows coz lying on my side brings me to tears. Dreading it this time round. Hopefully it won't get that bad for you.



 
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Old Oct 8th, 2017, 15:53 PM   6
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Originally Posted by WDWJess View Post
I'd definitely say SPD.

I've suffered with it every pregnancy and each time it's started earlier.
Currently about 10 weeks pregnant with 4th and already my hips/pelvis feel & sound like they're clicking out of place every time I turn over in bed.

You might get referred to a physiotherapist if it gets too painful but I didn't find that helped much. It gets to a point for me that I have to sit up in bed propped up with loads of pillows coz lying on my side brings me to tears. Dreading it this time round. Hopefully it won't get that bad for you.
I'm definitely going to bring it up at my midwife appointment this week. I have been lifting both my legs towards my chest before turning in bed and find it's making a difference and leaning on both feet when standing

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Old Oct 9th, 2017, 21:08 PM   7
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It happened to me once when I was standing up probably around 22 weeks, hasn't happened again so I haven't thought about it. I do have constant pain when moving or walking so maybe that could Be related. 24 weeks currently



 
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