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While I'm still functioning and trying to play it off like I'm not in pain...I'm truly in pain. My hips, lower, back and pelvic region are so achy. And my tummy has started poking out even more so I'm assuming my body is trying to compensate. But geeze!! Almost makes a girl want to cry.
It is certainly tolerable and I haven't cried but I'm ready for the growth spurt to be done with so I can feel okay again. I guess at least if I have back labor later on I know I can somewhat handle it lol. Maybe...
my ligament pain is horrible! Tylenol usually helps but the past 2 days the only way I have gotten any relief was to lay down! If I start cleaning, I can only do so for about an hour before my hips, back and feet start to kill me! that is so not common for me!! I have a belly band thingy and it helps a little bit, But I cant wear it very long before it gives me different kinds of pains. lol
I'm slow tonight because it took me forever to figure out what RLP was!!! My stomach is really sore and achy. I try to stay off my feet as much as I can, but I had to do a lot of walking today at work and standing and it was really hard on my already stretched out muscles. I know it's only going to get worse though. I remember with my first, having to literally hold my stomach when I took trips to the bathroom in the middle of the night, because it hurt so bad when I stood up. My heart goes out to anyone carrying twins!
Sorry! I had a lot of pelvic pain as a result of my first birth, realized later that I had torn some pelvic cartilage. It didn't really bother me with the next three, but the extreme pelvic pain with this one has been tough. I've found a few things that help: I really take it easy, rest a lot and am careful not to do too much. Also I find that laying down in bed can be severely painful, so I either sleep sitting up on the sofa or I lay on my side with a pillow between my knees. (We just ordered a memory foam mattress pad - I'm hoping that helps too!) All you can really do is rest, because overdoing it even a little will make the pain that much worse later! Take care, and remember it will all go away after the baby arrives!