I am 32 weeks and 5 days with 2nd child. Carrying much lower with this one.
With in the past week I have had a pain in my hips at night but now it has moved to my tailbone and is constant.
I can't sit, stand, lie down or walk with out feeling some kind of pain.
I know that it is due to my ligaments getting loose and ready for child birth.
I was wondering what has anyone else done to try to help ease this pain?
I have tried the pillows between your legs and behind you and under your belly at night...nothign works. Corn haeting bag and warm bath do nothing either.
Don't know how I am going to deal with this for the rest of the pregnacy????
It gets worse and worse everyday!!!!!!!!!!
I go to my doc. tomarrow thank goodness!
It is horrible I know. I broke my tailbone a couple of years ago and just had a baby in Sept. I had to buy a donut. It is a cushion with a hole in the middle to sit your bottom on. I still have tailbone pain when I sit on hard stools, seats for too long. Good Luck!
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