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haydetracy
Posts: 7
Registered: ‎03-11-2014

Re: Pelvic Pain

Thanks for replying. I'm also glad I'm not the only one 2 :smileyhappy:
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cassie186
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Registered: ‎08-20-2013

Re: Pelvic Pain

I'm jumping in from the April board because I saw this pop up in the current threads and wanted to say I'm going through the same thing. I've been seeing  PT since I was 28 weeks (I'm 37 now) and it has made a HUGE difference. If your PT hasn't mentioned one yet, the serola SI belt has literally been the one thing keeping me moving so far. 

 

As far as c-sections and SPD, everything I've seen has said that it isn't a reason to get a c-sec. You'll still recover more quickly from a vaginal delivery and it makes sense really once I started thinking about it. SPD is from your pelvis not staying locked in place, but your pelvis has to unlock to birth your baby. My PT has given me a list of positions to labor and deliver in to keep pressure off of my trouble areas. I also have seen countless people say that it had zero affect on labor and delivery compared to their other births.

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haydetracy
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Registered: ‎03-11-2014

Re: Pelvic Pain

Thanks cassie186 for replying. I have a belt and its great. I'm still receiving physio which helps also.
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