And NO ONE WILL LISTEN? Kyan is fine.. But me on the other hand, Not so much. I don't see any reason why I should be in tears just from walking. And I mean baby steps... I can't lift my feet more than a couple inches off the floor, I can barely make a step without feeling like I'm gonna pass out and I can't stand for long without the pressure being so great that I start getting contractions. I can't do this anymore.. Something has got to give. I'm calling my dr tom morning to see if she can't atleast check and see if I'm dialated or if she can get me in for a growth scan on Kyan. I can't see how what I'm feeling is anywhere near being "normal". I'm not a first time mom, I've got 2 others. I've never felt like this in my life!!! Having a constant stabbing/burning pain in my vaginal area along with a pinched sciatica that won't stop is causing me to get severly depressed and causing me to lose my mind.
Thanks for letting me cry to you girls. I am tired.. Soo tired....
So sorry you are feeling such pain. I would def. go to the docs and see whats up.
Hugs mama. I would get in to see your OB and see what is going on. Maybe it's a third baby thing...this pregnancy has been horrible for me as well, and it's my third too. The pain you are describing sounds horrible and beyond typical preggo pains. I hope that you can get into see your OB and get some answers.
My pelvis is separated and I am in agony. This is my 6th baby and I have three kids at home so I know how hard it is. I'm pretty much in bed or in my chair in the livingroom all day. My OB said I can have painkillers which I don't want to take and the idea of being in the hospital is too much as I don't want to be away from my children. Have you discussed taking anything for pain relief? I know they won't treat you the way you hope as it's always passed off as a "part of pregnancy" ... be prepared for them to do nothing. I know, we just have to hang in there. Hugs.
Have y'all tried finding a (good) webster-trained chiropractor?
Because, honestly, I was in the same boat as y'all with the SPD/sciatica/etc and I finally switched chiropractors and saw an AWESOME one today. I feel like a completely new person - she fixed my sacrum, pelvis and pubic bone alignment, now I can walk, I can even turn over in bed!
Many OBs dismiss SPD as just a "typical" ache and pain that comes with pregnancy...but it CAN be worked on and somewhat alleviated by someone who knows what they're doing.
Im just hoping this lack of pain lasts for a few days!
I was seeing physio earlier as I have a bad ankle and nothing they did was able to help the pain. Mine also can't be fixed as the ligament in my pubic bone has torn... I'm not misaligned.