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Y'all, while I was pregnant my tail bone hurt so much. And it still hurts! Has anyone had this problem or heard of it? I have to be so careful when sitting down. I think I need to sit in a inner tube thingy forever. Also, my feet hurt too especially when I first get up after sleeping all night or sitting with my feet tucked under me. Sort of like the large bones in there hurt...SO WEIRD and annoying. I feel like my feet are 90 years old. Anyone experience anything like this? Does it go away? BTDT mamas?
My tailbone hurt during pregnancy but don't really bother me anymore. I had a friend with the same issue and had to go to physical therapy for it after she had her baby. My feet hurt sometimes too but I assume its cause I have calcified achillies tendons and high arches lol.
Thanks ladies. I might get a massage this week and I will ask the muh-seus. I can't spell that word and am too tired to look it up! I noticed my tailbone hurting while I was pregnant and read that it was because the baby was pressing down. But I still have tailbone pain. I may ask my nurse. I never had foot pain till pregnancy, and it was pretty bad -- plantars fashy=itis (can't spell that one either). I just wondered about these left over pains!
Originally Posted by yashobo
No help, haven't heard of it before. But how is working turning out for you? And Sophie's childcare arrangement? Hope it's all working out.
Yetty thank you for asking! I was in a very awful rotten mood the day and night before work. I did not want to leave Sophie! But my nanny is working out great. Sophie loves her, and the nanny texts me and sends me pictures of her all day and she always has these huge smiles on her face. I've even been a little distressed because the past couple of times I've gone to take Sophie from the nanny, Sophie has leaned in toward her, like she didn't want to come to me! That made me sad but I'm so thankful she likes the nanny so much and that they both seem to be having a wonderful time. So I'm not worried about Soph (I mean, I have normal worries, but I feel confident she's in great hands). As far as me being back at work, the first day was rough, I was exhausted, but the second day went better and I even had fun. So I think I'm on the right path. I think I might be a much better mommy if I go to work. I miss her and I think I'm enjoying my time with her more now. I'm also not so dependent on daddy to fill my socializing needs.
My tailbone got damaged during my labor and the midwife said it would take at least 6 months post pregnancy to heal. I thought it was doing better and went for a short bike ride- BAD idea lol!! Hope chiropractor might help :-)