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Hypermobolity and over 40 pregnancy

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Tessa71 Tue 12-Jul-16 14:07:54

Hello.. First ever pregnancy and I'm 45! I am also hyper mobile and wondered if this made pregnancy any worse or better!only at early stages with first scan tomorrow!!grin

DesignedForLife Wed 13-Jul-16 11:34:38

I'm hyper mobile and the main thing to watch out for is SPD/PGP - if you look it up you can get good recommendations as to how to ease/avoid it. If you do get it, get to a physio asap

CANRT Thu 16-Mar-17 15:03:43

Hi.. wondering how you ladies are getting on - got on? I'm 44, pregnant (very early) and have hypermobility too..

Bloopbleep Thu 16-Mar-17 15:55:15

My pelvis has clicked from early on but I'm told the joint is stable. I haven't noticed any other joints getting worse. I'm 41 &25 weeks

user1489673675 Thu 16-Mar-17 15:57:08

I'm in my second pregnancy and am 33 and hyper mobile with a misaligned pelvis. the hypermobility can make pregnancy a lot more difficult as it makes everything very unstable and you may be prone to pgp. hopefully you'll be fine but I ended up on crutches with my first and am heading that way a second time around. I've been seeing a chiropractor who specialises in pregnancy since around the time of my first scan. It costs a fortune but has helped so much. I would recommend that you see someone for an assessment asap. good luck.

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