What the hell is this pain? Update Pg 1

Discussion in 'Pregnancy - Second Trimester' started by MrsJD, Dec 15, 2009.

  1. MrsJD

    MrsJD Little Fighter On Board

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    I've had this for a few days now and it's driving me nuts.

    It's about an inch about my pubic bone and runs across my whole bottom belly, it only happens when I've been resting then up and start moving about, it's constant when walking. It's as if I've done a major workout!!!!

    30th Dec - Well girls :cry: I now know what my pain is, I've been up since 3am due to it and spoke to the MW this morning who told me to pop down, turns out I do have the start of SPD :( and I've to start physio next wednesday.......I didn't want to winge as I'm just thankful Little Fighting Diva is cooking with gas.

    Just feeling sorry for myself :cry:

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  2. rensben

    rensben Well-Known Member

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    Don't know what it is but i'm having it too..ligaments stretching?
     
  3. MrsJD

    MrsJD Little Fighter On Board

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    I remember that with my son but this is murder :(

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  4. Shylovebird

    Shylovebird Proud mummy of one !

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    I've been getting it to, exactly like you describe.. I couldn't believe it when it started ! OH thought I was being dramatic but it frickkin killled ! it went away after a few days but I get it every so often.. but from what other ladies have said, it does seem to be down to the ligaments x x x
     
  5. Hattie80

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    I get it when waking and throughout day. I think it's pressure of uterus on yr groin...or ligament stretching.... bloody kills I know :(
     
  6. titch40

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    yeh ive had it on and off, i even got it the other day when i was blowing my nose..lol
     
  7. country_girl8

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    yeh its ligaments its ouchy
     
  8. MrsJD

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    :rofl: I daren't sneeze!!!!!

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  9. MrsJD

    MrsJD Little Fighter On Board

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    It's the worst it's been so took two paracetomol, which I don't normally do. Even when I severed my tendons 8 weeks ago, I avoided them after my operation.

    Hope it goes soon.

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  10. Widger

    Widger Mummy at last

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    I've only had a real shooting pain when I cough or sneeze... not sure what you are describing if you have to have paracetamol? Hope it helps xx
     
  11. fluffpuffin

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    I've had those pains too on and off, can be quite painful, but I just assumed it was ligaments stretching etc, just what the others have said. don't worry too much, I'm sure all is fine :) xx
     
  12. sabriena

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    I actually JUST started having these last night in the middle of having indigestion. I thought something was seriously wrong. So I asked the doctor today about it since I had an appointment and she said it's just ligament stretching.

    I've read about people having them but they are flippin' killer pains! I can't stand up or get out of the car too fast without it hurting!
     
  13. Shady_R

    Shady_R Mum of 3 boys and 1 girl

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    Sound slike it could be things stretching, I would ask your gp or mw though, just to rule out spd, I know that can be very painful.....Hopeofully though its just things stretching......
     
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    MrsJD Little Fighter On Board

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    This is what my sister said tonight on the phone. Most of the symptoms I have, especially walking up stairs :(

    Does anyone know if you can get this at 18 weeks?????

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  16. titch40

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    I think you can get them from quite early on
     
  17. MrsJD

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    Thanks girls, well to be honest the pain is still there :( got out the bed this morning an nearly decked it :( I'll see how it is after I've exercised as I feel this helps.

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    Udate on page 1

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  19. bunnyhop

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    {{hugs}} mine started again im 18 weeks sadly ive had it in all 3 pregnancys now so just waiting on my hosp referal to get my belt. Just remember always keep your knees together when moving it helps with making less movement in the pelvis x
     
  20. MrsJD

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    :hugs:

    Thanks Bunnyhop, does the physio give you a belt or do you need to see your consultant?

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