I'm pregnant with my 3rd kid. And I've been have a pain about where my pubic bone is. I talked to my Dr. he said it was fine and normal. I can't be on my feet or walk for very long with out being in pain of some sort. Let alone sleep on my side. Does someone have any advice to help with the pain?
Oh I so know what you are ging thru with, I am 28weeks and my 3rd LO as well, my Dr. prescribed me phsyical therapy at the on slot of this pain, stating it would only get worse, I have been going to physical therapy twice a week for over 7 weeks now, and it tames the pain for a day or two enought for me to get some relief during the week. They showed me exercises to do, and they gave me a brace. I dont ever take anything for it, just manage it I guess. I would say that is an option. Heat helps too, PT always applies heat the last 15 min of my session.
Hope it gets better or you can get some type of relief until you have your LO
Me(29), DH (35), DS(11), DD(7), EDD(11/30/12) PINK TEAM! Sydney Addalyn! :) Love my FAMILY
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