SPD and babywearing

Discussion in 'Natural Parenting' started by purapura, Nov 16, 2011.

  1. purapura

    purapura Well-Known Member

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    Hi ladies. I was wearing my boy for 2 hours yesterday, in my new mei tai :)
    But on my way home I felt my palvic bone hurting as it did when I was pregnant... Anyone else expirianced this?
     
  2. lynnikins

    lynnikins Well-Known Member

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    if it happens hun its probably caus your pelvis is out of alignment and you need to see a physio about it else it will continue
     
  3. purapura

    purapura Well-Known Member

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    Do you know if there is something that can be done about it?
     
  4. Bexx

    Bexx I'm a mum!

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    You really should see someone hun, your GP will refer you to physio easily enough. The earlier this is arranged the better as (in my hospital at least) it sometimes took weeks to get an appt. They will gently ease your pelvis back into place and show you some exercises to prevent it happening again. It's not painful, but might be a bit uncomfortable.

    Were you seen for SPD during your pregnancy?
     
  5. purapura

    purapura Well-Known Member

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    Yes, I saw a physiotherapist, and was given crutches... The exercise never helped me :(
     
  6. lozzy21

    lozzy21 Mummy to Niamh

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    I had physio for my SPD after pregnancy and it honestly did no good. The only thing that made a difference was time, it was about 9/10 months PP that mine went all together.
     
  7. lynnikins

    lynnikins Well-Known Member

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    you could try an osteopath or chriopractor too but you might have to pay out of pocket for them rather than the phsyio on the NHS
     

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