29 weeks pregnant bad pain in pubic bone

Breann - posted on 02/11/2010 ( 11 moms have responded )

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For the past week now i have been getting real bad pain in my pubic bone region. everytime i i shift positions, walk, I mean the slightest movements makes it hurt! I've tried pelvic tilts, i've been doing keegals and once in awhile i put warm compresses down there to help relieve the pain. Does any one have any recommendations on what I could possibly do to help the pain go away? My doctor suggested a belly belt (like the belly supports) I do have one of those but that doesn't even seem to work either!?!

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Breann - posted on 02/12/2010

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Thank you guys! Maybe I'll try wearing my belly support again. Lol the pain feels like he is about to come out .

Char - posted on 02/15/2010

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I am 29 weeks and have the same pains in the same place as well as my lower abdomen. I usually occurs when I get up from sitting or lying down, when I am walking for long periods of time or when I turn over in the bed. My doctor described it as round ligament pain. Apparently my uterus is stretching quicker than my ligaments are. Ask your doctor about this at your next visit. I use a warm heating pad to help and when I am lying or sitting down and use a pillow to support my tummy when I turn over. It is helping. I too tried the belly belt but I didn't really work for me.

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Rebecca - posted on 08/10/2012

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Hi I could do with some advice I'm 37 wks I've pain in my pelvic bone and back passage I've got a kidney infection also, I can barely walk my head is wrecked feel so upset help?

Becky - posted on 06/20/2012

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I've had the same thing for a while, my ob said my pelvis is just slightly dislocated, so she prescribed me a low dose of vicadin and no lifting. Just be more aware of your body angles... Try not to shift quickly, take extreme caution when moving. She said it can happen as baby settles into your pelvis,

User - posted on 07/06/2011

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my pain is in the area but seems more like in the muscles. i'm 28w1d and the only thing that helps is walking which is a curse in itself since it worsens the edema...im pretty sure that since i sit for a job that the walking is my sons way of having more freedom to move, hence the relief. good luck with the relief!

Breann - posted on 02/12/2010

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Amy, a chiropractor would be nice about now lol, I may have to look into that. Is it alot though and do you have to find one who specializes in pregnancy? Stacie, wow! I pray that my pain doesnt get that bad, I'm almost worried about my little guy coming early his measurements and weight are a week and a half bigger than he is suppose to be and the doctor said that it looks like he is about ready to come out. He better stay in until his due date lol. So did the physio work at all or even the suport belt just the slighest?

Stacie - posted on 02/12/2010

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hi there,

i got those pains from when i was 5months, i end up having to see a pyhsio and geting a suport belt and go on crutches as my pain got worse and worse that i couldnt even walk to the toilet or get out of bed.it got worse, i went in to labour a month early and my son was breech so it was the back of his head pushing down on me.i was just glad the pain went after i had him it was the worse and im 17weeks tomorrow with my third and in the last two weeks im starting to feel the pain so it just a waiting game to see if it happens again and how worse

Amy - posted on 02/12/2010

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go to a chiropractor. I had a dislocated pelvis for the last month of my pregnancy with my last child. My chiro is my new best friend. I feel like a human being again.

Alisha - posted on 02/12/2010

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I also have had those pains and I am 30 weeks. I have talked to my doctor and she says its normal and suggested trying to take a low dose of tynelol. I have a belly support too and it helps for a little while but not for long. I just try to rest periodically and haven't had as much pain as before.

Tabatha - posted on 02/12/2010

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i dont think their is anything u can do its just your baby pushing i had it before

Colleen - posted on 02/12/2010

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idk what will make it feel better.. im 29 weeks today and ive been having the same pains.. so when you find out please let me know!!

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