Im 32w,2d & have some relief for both of you! There are two exercises that help hips! First one is to lay on your back flat on floor.. Then bending your knees bring them up but with your feet still on the ground.. Then gently rock your knees from left to right keeping your back butt and feet all on the floor no lifting lol (does wonders) second exercise is to sit at the end of a chair and bring your right ankle to your left knee and keep it on top of left leg.. Now with enough room for bellt so you dont squish baby lean forward holding leg there and hold for 15 sec. Then sit back and do other leg.. Should feel a nice stretch under your thigh and hips :) hopes this helps!!
I also found that a pillow in between my legs and another against my back made sleeping more comfortable. I think I also might have put one under my midsection at some point. It has been almost 6 years since I've been very pregnant, though. I'm just 9 weeks with my second now.
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