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Whenever I walk and roll over from side to side in bed at night. Does that sound like SPD (Symphis Pubis Dysfunction)? Of course my doc didn't give me a medical term for it but he did say it's normal and that it may get worse as I get further along! :-( Anyone else dealing with this?
I had it really bad with my last pregnancy It sucks! Sorry your going through it. I am starting to get it again and not looking forward to it getting worse, last pregnancy going up stairs, getting out of cars and almost almost movement hurt....rolling over in bed me and Dh would hear a crack sound.
Yes, sounds like it. Also hurts to put on pants? Or get into the shower/bathtub? Etc? I had it soooo bad with my last pregnancy, and am not looking forward to it kicking in this time. Unfortunately, nothing seemed to help. I did a lot of yoga in hopes of it making things better, but it was pretty tough towards the end.
Mama to two boys (6 and 2 years old) and expecting a third in August!
Me too, It isn't bad yet, but I get it after going for a walk and if I give 100% in Yoga class, it hurts really bad the next day. I found a weight belt reduced the overall pain in abodmen, back and pelvis when walking, but it's tough. There's still a long time to go in the pregnancy too...
Oh, I'm so sorry! I've had that issue with both my other pregnancies. I'm not in pain yet with this pregnancy, but I dread when it starts. I have a book, "Relieving Pelvic Pain During and After Pregnancy" that helped me a lot when I was dealing with postpartum pain related to SPD.