No delicate way to put this

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  1. daisyduke76

    daisyduke76 Well-Known Member

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    OK ladies, I am sorry, but there really is no delicate way to put this...

    For weeks now, it feels like my vagina is parting! I don't know how else to describe it, it's like the bones are slightly apart and it hurts! It's worse when I've been sitting for a long time, but it hurts all the time. Not to point where it's agony, although sometimes it is, more that I can just always feel it.

    I guess it may be because the baby is engaged (although that would be super early), or just gravity taking effect on my pelvic floor, but it's quite painful!

    Anyone else experiencing this / know what it is?

    Thanks! xx
     
  2. JD.Deedee

    JD.Deedee Well-Known Member

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    I think it might be a good idea to go see the pelvic fysio, just ask midwife for a referral x
     
  3. Charliebump3

    Charliebump3 Well-Known Member

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    Sounds like pelvic girdle pain to me. Your midwife or gp can refer you for physio xxx in the meantime time Google the do's and don'ts. I have suffered from this for over a year xx
     
  4. MrsS15

    MrsS15 Well-Known Member

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    Definitely sounds like its coming from your pelvis. Speak to your midwife about getting some physio! Hope you're okay xx
     
  5. Bubbles1987

    Bubbles1987 Well-Known Member

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    I would say some form of spd. Get yourself on phone to physio. The sooner they give you excercises and you start doing them the better it will get xx
     
  6. Phoenix85

    Phoenix85 Well-Known Member

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    Sounds like SPD to me too. Definitely speak to your midwife about it. There are things they can do like refer you for physio & provide you with a support belt etc.
     

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