does this sound normal?

Discussion in 'Postnatal Support' started by mernie, Apr 5, 2009.

  1. mernie

    mernie Mom and Pregnant with #2!

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    Well almost 5 weeks after and the pain in my lady bits is basically gone now but now its like I'm feeling sore in my actual pelvic BONE. Its alot worse if I've been standing up or walking around for too long but sometimes its just sore to be sore i guess and the only way to get relief is to lay on my side or my stomach. I was just wondering if the pain in the bone itsself is normal. Also...my hip seems to lock up on me now just my left hip and it kinda feels like arthritis pain but I know its not. Just wondering if maybe anybody else went through this as well? thanks ladies!
     
  2. passengerrach

    passengerrach mummy to kai

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    i just have this today but only on one side im glad u posted about it but i have no idea what it is or if its normal sorry hun i will be looking for other peoples replys on here too
     
  3. PeanutBean

    PeanutBean Mumma to Byron & Indigo

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    The pelvis does not stabilise for some time and not until after BF is finished. I had as much pelvic discomfort after birth as before but it has mostly gone now even though I'm still BF. Unless it becomes very painful I wouldn't worry about. You could ask for referral to a physio if you're concerned or it's really inhibiting your freedom.
     
  4. Hevz

    Hevz 4 beautiful children

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    I had this after Toby....bit like SPD isn't it and sooooooo painful. Luckily mine only lasted a few weeks and I didn't really find anything that helped it....sorry. Ask your GP if they can help babe:hugs:
     

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