Does anyone else feel like they've been kicked in the crotch??
Sorry, this might be a dumb question...but for the last few weeks, my um, lady parts have been really sore - feel like someone kicked me, and it's bruised or something down there! It's especially bad when I've been laying down or sitting down for longer periods of time, and then get up.
I've been meaning to ask my doctor about this for ages now, but for whatever reason, I keep forgetting! Is this normal? Does anyone else know what I'm talking about? What could be causing this? I just want to make sure I'm not a freak!
Thanks for the help!
I think it also depends on position of baby too! I have had this from week22 and it got wost when I had my cercalge stitch put in! Unjust sit slaked if that makes sense! Doctor told me it was a sign that I was putting too much pressure on my cervix
OMG I totally understand it. I've been feeling this way since 5 months. It feels like I've been hit in the crotch with a bat. Or like when I rode a boys bike with the straight bar across it as a kid and falling off of the seat, smashing my girl bits into the bar by accident. The doctor tells me it is normal and there is nothing he can do. Is this considered SPD?
Its also how us with SPD describe our pelvic pain, it might well be worth you mentioning it to your MW or GP,especially if you have any other pains going on. Not everything is a normal part of pregnancy and to be put up with.
Bubbywings - yes it is. And your doc is wrong, it's common but not normal. There is treatment available that makes a hell of a difference.
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