Just wondering if anyone else has had this type of pain. I am 13 weeks along and last week started having groin pain, didn't think much of it until my crotch started to hurt and it would wrap around my leg to the back of my leg. I talked to some ladies at work and one of them had this similar thing happen so I am using a belly bra. I put it on after work and it seems to be working but am still having a little pain, nothing like before. Anyone ever had this happen?
I did call the doctor and he said it is probably just from an old injury (a few years ago while training for a half marathon I pulled my groin) so he said take some ibu (since I am under 20 weeks) and if it doesn't go away he had other tricks. I go back on the 18th so if it is still painful then I will ask more questions then!
You know my doctor never could really tell me what this was. He just chalked it up to growing pains. I am still using the belly bra and have had no more of the pain. The worst was the pain in the crotch! I don't know if I lifted something that made me stretch that area more then usual, but it is feeling much better now. I am 17 weeks now so I am glad it doesn't hurt anymore!
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