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RubyLeighsMummy Thu 15-Nov-12 16:07:20

Hi everyone, not really sure how to use
this yet so sorry if I've done it wrong, just need some advice and reassurance tbh...
Have quite a few problems..... I'm currently 39+2 (4th pregnancy 1st baby) with bad pelvic pain & pain in my ladie bits, plus it sounds like my bones in my vagina are clicking wen I walk,Stand,Turn Over in bed, seperate my legs ECT, Pain is so bad sometimes I can't move out of bed or have to get my boyfriend to help me get up & sometimes even get dressed.. Anyone else experienced this, haven't slept properly in around 2week due to how much pain I'm in also isit normal for ur breasts to shrink & become very painfull? & ur areola to go very dark & irritated? Sorry ifits TMI :/ Advice very much appreciated
Thanks xx

shinyblackgrape Thu 15-Nov-12 16:19:43

Um - I have had some pain but not really bad as you describe. It's certainly not debilitating. Think it's SPD [ link]. Have you mentioned to your midwife? I know someone who was referred to physio for it. If its hitvsyddenlybreally bad, yiu could call your maternity triage

shinyblackgrape Thu 15-Nov-12 16:20:09

Ooops link

RubyLeighsMummy Thu 15-Nov-12 16:55:32


Yes I've Told My Midwife But She Just Keeps Telling Me That Its Normal & Its Just Pressure Of The Baby's Head Moving Down Getting Ready For Labour sad Hope It Goes Soon Or After I've Had The Baby Coz Its Getting Unbarable. :'( Oh & Any Advice About My Breast Issue ? Xxx

shinyblackgrape Thu 15-Nov-12 17:06:50

If you're in agony. Call triage. They'll definitely get you in I think. When yiu're there, yiu can ask about the other issues.

RubyLeighsMummy Thu 15-Nov-12 17:30:18

Ill see how I go 2night but if it gets worse I will have to go hospitall... Do uno if there's anything I could do to ease the pain abit for now or when I'm trying to sleep? Thankss

shinyblackgrape Thu 15-Nov-12 20:16:10

No - sorry. Triage can give phone advice do would call them

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