So lately i've been feeling very sore in the groin area, right under my belly. It feels kindof like when you work out for the first time in months, it's just always in the same area and never really feels like it goes away. I mainly feel it in the mornings when i get up out of bed. I assume it's just ligament pain from holding the baby or something, i just never felt this with my first pregnancy. My question is, is this a normal pain to feel? And will it go away or just get worse as my stomach gets bigger? Is there anything i can do to help with the soreness?
I believe Megan that it is just ligament pains they r stretching to hold that baby up :) they should start to ease off soon! Sorry I havent figured out any way to help relieve the pain but heard that getting one of those pregnancy belly bands will help! Hope it gets better!
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