35 weeks pregnant and alot of pelvic soreness help??

Samantha - posted on 12/21/2009 ( 4 moms have responded )

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I am 35 weeks pregnant and this is my first pregnancy and i started having bad soreness throughout my pelvic area for the past two days. I can barely walk and move, it's killing me. last night i couldn't sleep because i was really nauseous. Is this normal it's not easing up and i really don't know what to think...what's goin on and should i be worried???

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Meagan - posted on 12/23/2009

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ouch! go to a chiropractor! my pelvic bone popped out of place during the last few months of my last preg & i had no idea it could do that it was insanely painful til i went in, might not be the same thing but theres alot of rearranging goin on down there so probably wouldnt hurt nething to get adjusted!!!

Stacy - posted on 12/23/2009

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I am also 35 weeks pregnant and having pain in my back, hips and pelvis. Sometimes I can't get out of bed in the morning because pain is so bad. Had ultrasound today and little man is head down. I figured that was what was causing the pain. As for the nausea, I've had that off and on, as well as light-headedness. I haven't gained an ounce in a couple weeks and sometimes food looks gross to me. Guess it's just part of the process.



Good luck!

Mandy - posted on 12/23/2009

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yeah the pain so normal...i'm 33 wks ( with my 3rd) and have been having it on and off for 4 wks or so... it's just ur body getting ready thats all. but talk to ur dr. if it'll put u at ease

Brandy - posted on 12/22/2009

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Awww... I feel for you. At that stage in my first pregnancy, I was so where you are. Your baby has likely decided it's time to push his head into your pelvis and remain head down for the rest of the pregnancy, causing your pelvic muscles and ligaments to stretch and pull not to mention the fact that the top of his head is literally resting in your pelvis between your hips so that is why it can be hard to walk, sit down without leaning to one side, cross your legs etc. As for the nausea, sometimes the "morning" sickness comes back late in the third trimester and it's normal. I think it's just from all the extra pressure from the baby being so big and pushing on your stomach. With my first, it didn't come back but I am almost 37 weeks pregnant with my second right now and it's been back for almost 2 weeks now. I asked my OB and she said it's normal. I'm pretty sure your baby has just turned and that is what is causing you so much discomfort but if you are ever worried, you should see your doctor just in case.

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