Nope mine has gone this morning. Ds1 has been doing a lot of lunging this week and I've had to do a lot of lifting. Actually physically the difference between school terms and school holidays is noticeable.
Cooeeee! Mines from being so skinny before pregnancy. All the baby weight was at the front and TAA-DAA! 2 mis-aligned discs and torn ligaments, tendons etc.
Not made any better by the fact that ds is 4 but has the mental age of around 2 so still wants to be picked up all the time. I try not to but I fail miserably!!
Mine hurts too! Ds2 (3yrs) is perfectly capable of walking/running but goes into "protest mode" where I end up having to carry him. This afternoon I was trudging through town with 2.5st ds2 in one arm, pushing dd's pram with one hand and trying to keep an eye on ds1 who has a tendency to want to sit down every 2 minutes because his legs hurt. Arrrggghhh!
Me too........but then I'm positively ancient anyway! Sadly my little one doesn't walk so there's plenty of lifting. I find it's things like the carseat that's the most difficult when you're lifting and twisting too.
Another ancient one to add to the list - always had a bad back - and lifting ds (which i try not to do, but do) out of the bath really doesn't help. It went again this morning and i'm trying to ignore it.
backs ok at the mo but one of my arms is giving me constant jip.. but then again what can I expect lifting an 11 year old in and out of the car/wheelchair/bed you name it. even hoisting her hurts I am old though (45)
Mine is **ed too Fio.
I saw a GP about it to get refered and every prson I saw about my back looked and said 'ohhh you poor thing, how have you been walking around, the muscles at the bottom of your spine are so fused you must be in agony'.
The permission they gave me to feel sorry for myself felt awful thopugh. I just live with back pain and when people started feeling sorry for me and acknowleding the pain it made me want to cry.
Now I'm also carrying DD2 as well as DD1 and still breastfeeding it's worse than ever. Must do something about it again.