28 weeks (well, in two days) and jumping over to third! Hiya! So I've struggled with a lot more pain this time than with my first, mainly my legs at first, but as time's gone on it's pretty bad around my hips and pelvis. Currently suffering a weird burning feeling around my pubic bone, finding it hard to swing legs around to stand up, lifting the toddler is literal agony, and I've developed a rather significant waddle far earlier than expected. Trying to keep pressure off my hips is also leading to my foot turning out a bit, so that's even more pain on top of all the rest. It's no surprise tbh, I'm MASSIVE with this one - even bigger than first time round, and that was a struggle too. Thing is, I did mention it to the midwife last time I was there and she was pretty upfront that she suspects PGP or pelvic dysfunction, and usually they'd refer to a physio - but between covid and cuts and high demand and whatnot, the waiting list for someone getting in touch would probably take me past delivery now - and even then it would probably just be a phone appointment rather than actually seeing someone. So, on balance, not really worth it unless I *really* can't manage. So I'm just wondering, anyone had any good tips for dealing with this? Like, any particular exercises that work, or ways of dealing with the pain? Can't get a straight answer off Dr Google. Cheers ladies!