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Pelvic Pain @ 28 weeks
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Pelvic Pain @ 28 weeks

I am 28 weeks and today and a bit yesterday have been having pelvic pain, its on the bone right behind my pubic hair if that makes sense. It hurts to walk and move around. I read it in my pregnacny book and even asked my dr about it today at my appoitment and both say its normal, but man this is PAINFUL. Anyone else experiance this? When does it go away??
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464067 tn?1297302032
hi i started having pain at 22 weeks and im now 33 weeks and im in agony with it i can barely walk its sooo painful and yes it is normal my mdwife told me the pain wont go away until i give birth which feels like ages away but i know when my baby is here the pain will go away so just bare with it doesnt last forever #
good luck
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435139 tn?1255463991
Sounds normal...it might be ligament pain or baby on a nerve.  Try to relax whenever you can!
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