Okay, so I remember having a sore groin when I was pregnant with my daughter, but this is insane! About a week or so ago it started off being sore and then painful every now and then. However, the last few days it has gotten pretty bad--so much so people are asking me what is wrong since I am limping so much! It's like a stabbing pain in my right groin when I walk. Anyone else have this? If so, is there any way to soothe it?
I am not sure of what to say but I am dealing with pelvic girdle pain which I have pain in my left side of my buttocks and pain in my left side of my vajayjay. When I walk to left my foot it hurts. I help my pain by keeping my legs together when going out of bed and getting out the vehicles. I also rest lots and do little things each day. Why don't you google it and see what it says for you to soothe it.
DH Paul 34
DD1 Victoria 6 July 2006
DD2 Sarah 2 Feb 2011
DS1 Theodore July 2013
Married Aug 3, 2002
I did google it and there were a lot of discussion posts, but not a lot of real websites that spoke to the issue. So, I thought I would check with you ladies. I did end up seeing this:
What is Symphysis Pubis Dysfunction (SPD) ? Musculoskeletal Consumer Review
So, I'm trying those remedies and hoping it isn't something serious that requires physical therapy or anything. I see my OB on Monday so I'm going to ask her about it. I'm sure it's nothing serious and I probably just forgot about the intensity of the pain from the last time around.
Have you tried a belly band? I think getting the weight off your pelvis might help. Also, some stretches, but I don't know which ones at the moment. Maybe side lunges and front lunges.
Deb ................. DH Norm
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DS Isaiah, 8 ......... DS Thomas, 7
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*lurk* I am suffering from bad groin/pelvic/pubic pain as well. It is painful to walk if I have been particularly active during the day - which is pretty much every day There are some exercises you can do to help relieve SPD, I am just so forgetful that I never do them. Make sure when rolling over in bed at night, you keep your knees together when doing so - also as mentioned when climbing in and out of a vehicle, as much as possible, swing your legs in together.
I mentioned mine to my doc, since it is way worse than it was with #3, but there is not much they can do. I have been wondering about a support belt myself...