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I am 26 wks and I have been having very bad pain in my croch ( sorry TMI). It hurts to roll over from side to side as well as getting up out of bed or from the couch or chair. Walking is a nightmare. I have a lot of pressure which is to be expected but from what I remember from my first pregnacy I had no pain there. Any ideas? Has anyone else been having this type of pain?
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1 Replies |Watch This Discussion | Report This| Share this:Pain from belowI am 26 wks and I have been having very bad pain in my croch ( sorry TMI). It hurts to roll over from side to side as well as getting up out of bed or from the couch or chair. Walking is a nightmare. I have a lot of pressure which is to be expected but from what I remember from my first pregnacy I had no pain there. Any ideas? Has anyone else been having this type of pain?
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