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If you have stabbing pains (along with some achiness) in the groin, it may be Symphisis Pubic Disfunction. I think it is somewhat common, and I have had it with my two previous pregnancies and now this one but at an earlier date. A chiropracter who knows his stuff has been a huge help to me! I had terrible pains with it when turning over in bed, trying to put on socks or pants, or when pushing something with one foot. Then I would be left with soreness after the offending movement was over.
After a specific adjustment for that area, the pain has been virtually gone. I also am careful to keep my knees together when turning or twisting, and that seems to help too.
Not sure if this is what you're experiencing, but if so, find an experienced chiro. It did wonders for my pain!
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