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pain possible over share

(7 Posts)
flowerpower10 Mon 04-Apr-16 20:21:21

I have a very sore pubic bone and getting slight pains in my vagina
What is this
First baby

suspiciousofgoldfish Mon 04-Apr-16 21:07:51

Weird vagina pains are, unfortunately, a very common side effect.

Wait until it feels like you are being kicked in the crotch every day, it's a joy confused

Anything that feels very severe, strong cramps, bleeding etc, obviously call for some medical advice.

But it sounds like normal pregnancy twinges to me. Congratulations on your pregnancy!

Whiskers10439 Mon 04-Apr-16 21:38:26

How far along are you OP? I get this too and can 2nd what Goldfish said - sometimes it feels like I've been hit down there with a cricket bat! I'm 32 weeks. I've connected it to spending a longer time on my feet, so then I try to have a sit down if I can. Hope you feel better soon x

flowerpower10 Mon 04-Apr-16 23:14:34

23 weeks no bleeding thank god i am thinking it's possible that the back I have had for 8wks has started to go in to my pelvis it's sore and little over share a bit swollen on the pubic bone

dats Tue 05-Apr-16 01:34:35

Sounds like PGP - when it's at the front, it's SPD (symphysis pubis joint) whereas PGP is the general term that also includes the other pelvic joints. I have it, mostly in my back, but my SP joint is tender if I press it or if I'm on my feet too long.

Physio, chiropractor, osteopath can all help, plus various things you can do to help yourself.

dats 25+2

EnPapillot Tue 05-Apr-16 03:33:45

I explain it to my dh like it feels like the baby is trying to kick its foot through my cervix, or like electric shocks down there. Both quite common I'm afraid.

blackteaplease Tue 05-Apr-16 04:43:35

Agree it sounds like Pelvic girdle pain. Ask your midwife for a physio referral, it won't get any better by itself. I ended up on crutches in my last pg and still have it now and ds2 is 5 months old.

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