I actually think my pelvis has broke!

Discussion in 'Pregnancy - Third Trimester' started by Hazelnut, Nov 14, 2011.

  1. Hazelnut

    Hazelnut New Mum.

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    I'm so sorry to moan about this pain girls, but I feel like jumping out the window!!!! (Not really...but bloody hell, it's getting me down!) :cry:
    I was told I had SPD about 22 weeks. It wasn't bad and I took the advice from the physio about all the exercises etc.
    I am now 35 weeks this week, and I can't walk. I am crying in pain most of the night, not sleeping and on the edge of becoming hysterical about it.

    The pain is right in my pelvic bone, really deep. It is a killer to move in bed, sit up, put socks, shoes on etc.

    I know it's not going to go away until after delivery, but is it getting worse because the baby is dropping? I was 4/5 engaged about 10 days ago.

    I have a scan and seeing my cons and midwife in the morning.

    Thanks for reading. x x
     
  2. abour

    abour Well-Known Member

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    oh u poor thing I dont have any advice didnt wanna R&R
    fingers crossed for u dear hope things improves
     
  3. JackiePed

    JackiePed Guest

    Oh!!! :cry: I'm so sorry.... makes me feel like a schmuck for complaining.... you hang in there, Mama... almost there. I'm so sorry!!
     
  4. rani007

    rani007 Well-Known Member

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    aw poor u and by the way I could of written what you said word by word, I'm struggling too.I just don't know how I will manage the next 6 weeks ;(
     
  5. mum2b2009

    mum2b2009 mummy of two boys!

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    poor you hun i have no advice just hugs
     
  6. aley28

    aley28 2 boys & a girl <3

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    :hugs: I hope you feel better soon.

    I do think the pain gets worse as the baby engages, as that puts even more pressure on your pelvis.

    Take it easy. :hugs:
     
  7. Amelia Pond

    Amelia Pond Well-Known Member

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    I have been moaning alot today as I am still suffering from hyperemesis.... after reading your post I am just thankful for my mobility! You poor thing! I take it you have the support belt and pillows etc.? Hope you get some relief soon. X
     

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