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Unhappy Pubic Pain..Really bad.

I have never experienced this with my other two children. I'm 32 weeks and in constant pain. I find walking helps during the day. At night is a different story. turning in bed is a nightmare. Getting up to go pee hurts like hell. I feel like someone has taken a crowbar to my crotch. Is anyone else experiencing this? Is anything helping? Is my crotch separating from my body? Click here to enlarge
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I had that with my first one. The doc had me strap my belly up in an ace bandage until the pain got better. You have my sympathy - I know how bad it can hurt.
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I got fitted for a belly band thing with my first for just that reason. It would below my belly and once I had that on I felt so much better. I would talk to your doctor about it if it is really painful, you should never ignore severe pain.
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Sounds like SPD. I'd get to a chiro stat.
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Agreeing with all of the above! Also if you don't use one already, a maternity pillow may help at night. I use the boppy snuggle pillow I got from MM and it helped so much with my crotch/back issues that were starting to appear. Good luck I hope you get some relief soon.
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And you should try to avoid sitting with your legs apart and your weight shifted forward, That's what injured me - I was sitting on a birthing ball for too long and my pelvis separated. OMG, it hurt.
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I had to use a belly band with #3. It really, really helps.
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Sounds like SPD. I'd get to a chiro stat.
Click here to enlarge and with all the other comfort measures.
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I had it really bad with #2, amazingly enough not at all with #3.

I agree with what everyone else said.
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I remember that pain all too well. I had that with my last baby and it was horrible. Just trying to get my damn pants on was a chore. It is indeed called PSD.There isn't much you can do. Just take it slow. Good news is, it will go away when you have the baby.
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