Get her out of me now!!!!!! 2

Discussion in 'Third Trimester' started by iwanttobeamumm, Mar 31, 2016.

  1. iwanttobeamumm

    iwanttobeamumm Well-Known Member

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    I have finally got a physio appointment today but I can't move at all and can't get out of bed I'm in agony and I just want some pain relief but there's nothing I can have at home at all paracetamol doesn't even touch the pain a little bit I don't know what to do I'm in agony and I just want to have my baby now because I can't take it anymore but I'm only 27 +4 weeks so there's nothing anyone can safely do I just cry all the time and I'm getting worried that all of this will trigger postnatal depression when she is born I had really bad pd with my eldest daughter :( I wanted this time to be different
     
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    Emmam1982 Well-Known Member

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    Can you not have codeine?

    Hopefully the physio will be able to provide a belly support and possible even crutches-I've known people be in a wheelchair because of it towards the end though :( xx
     
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    babyslog Well-Known Member

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    Aw hun ive found physio to be pointless.

    Chiropractor that offer pregnancy stretches is much much better xxxx
     
  5. Weezy

    Weezy Well-Known Member

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    Hi,
    I don't really post much here but this caught my eye.
    Just want to say I totally empathise, I'm 35w with baby #2 and been on crutches since 16w ish. Now pretty much immobile. I had it in my last pregnancy too and was on crutches from 20w back then. It never really disappeared after birth though came off crutches 6w pp and it got gradually better but never fully left.

    GP can give you pain relief up to and including tramadol of its that bad (very extreme- I've been offered but never taken it), though they advise starting off taking paracetamol at maximum dose for 7 days to allow it to build up in your system before you see any real relief, taking the odd 2 here and there won't be beneficial. Same with codeine.

    The reality unfortunately for people like us is that they tend to not worry about it as it has no impact (thankfully) on baby. Physio were a great help for me in supplying support belts, crutches etc. But if you can afford it I'd highly recommend seeing a good chiro that specialises in women's health. Mine is amazing, I see her every 10-14 days and that gives me enough relief.

    There are also some great support groups on FB where people share tips and experiences, that's also really helped me.
    The end is in sight- hopefully it'll disappear as soon as baby is born.

    Good luck x
     
  6. iwanttobeamumm

    iwanttobeamumm Well-Known Member

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    Codeine and Cocodimol give me migraines which I've been in hospital for I've just got back from physio I've got a support belt and crutches, but what I really need is my OH but hes in the army and leave doesn't start until Saturday thankfully my grandma has my 2 yr old so I just have to worry about me and baby but it's so hard I can't even go to the kitchen to make some juice or a cup of tea
     

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