Also sounds like sciatica to me. The baby sat on my sciatic nerve whilst I was in town about two weeks ago and I had shooting pains from my left buttock down my leg, mightily uncomfortable and made me waddle severely
Thankfully, when I woke up the next day she had shifted!
Sounds like the beginnings of PGP and is often mistakenly identified as siatica (excuse spelling) and feels just like it too. I have this now and had it in my last pregnancy too. It is really worth being proactive now and see a physio and also try and limit the amount you walk and avoid pushing things like buggys and trollys unless essential. When you stand try to do so with even weight on both legs and try to not spread your legs too much when doing activities like getting in and out of the car. if oyu google pelvic partnership its a really good site with lots of useful information. If it is PGP the good news is it does go away after the birth, for me within days (had been stuck on crutches/wheelchair for weeks before birth because walking got so painful, dont panic I had it in its most severe form and its quite rare to get it to that extent.
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