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#1 1miss2littlemen

Posted 03 September 2012 - 09:30 AM

ok so having my pelvis too loose is already getting old sad.gif
My back is aching and i am stiing still! I dread what will happen if I go for a walk.....
this is going to be the LONGEST pregnancy ever (lol or at least feel like it)
please tell me I am not the only one who has this pain? LOL
Has anyone else got Bilateral SIJ Dysfunction???
It has just started really early for me sad.gif

#2 Natttmumm

Posted 03 September 2012 - 10:43 AM

Oh no! So painful. I have really sore hips and I'm limping around. Trying not to complain as Morning sickness is so much worse. Yes could be a long 5 months left.
Have you looked at the maternity pillows, might help a bit

#3 PeanutButterTurtle

Posted 03 September 2012 - 11:05 AM

Physio confirmed left-sided SIJ instability/dysfunction for me last week (was just on 15 weeks), but on Saturday the right side went too, yay! Have a review on Friday, so will see what she says then. They were surprised, as it's come on so early and with my first baby too. Have you got one of those sexy support belts? Mine is a lifesaver!

I'm hating having to get out of bed in the morning now, as my legs won't support me and I can't walk until everything moves back close to it's right place. Not looking forward to the next 24 weeks!

#4 Mamabug

Posted 03 September 2012 - 11:10 AM

Not pg at the moment, but have had bilateral SIJ issues for all four pregnancies, getting worse - and earlier - each time. Last pg the inflamation was so severe that I was confined to bed for two weeks around 20 weeks. There wer days I couldn't walk without a walking stick. Days when I couldn't drive.

Just wanted to come and commiserate with you all.

One great tip I got form EB long ago was to wear satin pjs or bsatin boxers over my pjs at night. It really did make a world of difference just being able to glide instead of lift my hips to move in bed.

Also, I found that a support belt did offer some relief - not total, curse it - but a bit. And every bit helps!

#5 1miss2littlemen

Posted 03 September 2012 - 12:20 PM

QUOTE (Natttmumm @ 03/09/2012, 10:43 AM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
Oh no! So painful. I have really sore hips and I'm limping around. Trying not to complain as Morning sickness is so much worse. Yes could be a long 5 months left.
Have you looked at the maternity pillows, might help a bit


I bought a body pillow original.gif $91 later....... I had one from kmart for DS but that failed before the end of my pregnancy so i am hoping this one will last a little longer

QUOTE (midstudentcatie @ 03/09/2012, 11:05 AM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
Physio confirmed left-sided SIJ instability/dysfunction for me last week (was just on 15 weeks), but on Saturday the right side went too, yay! Have a review on Friday, so will see what she says then. They were surprised, as it's come on so early and with my first baby too. Have you got one of those sexy support belts? Mine is a lifesaver!

I'm hating having to get out of bed in the morning now, as my legs won't support me and I can't walk until everything moves back close to it's right place. Not looking forward to the next 24 weeks!


My phsyo said she didnt want to give me a support belt because she thinks I have SPD too and a belt can irritate that sad.gif So I am trialing support pants, they are way sexy Tounge1.gif LOL
I just cant wait till baby is out.... I am hoping that if it gets too much they will induce me, I am talking at 38-39 weeks or even on my due date to stop me going over.....
I went over with both my other babies so I am just really hoping this one will come early all by itself.
Pain is horrible!


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