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I do get a lot of sun (we live in Arizona), but I probably do not get as much protein or vegetables as I should. I was doing really great diet wise with a nutritionist and I fell off the wagon and have been binging on sweets
I can accept the fact that SPD will make pregnancy miserable, but swallowing that I can be miserable all the time is a little much for me at this point
I'm hypermobile, so I know what you mean about the chiro, and never stopping bending.
glucosamine and chondroitin made things much worse for me.
is there maybe something more going on than just hypermobility, esp. if it runs in your family?
This is an issue for me postpartum. I have SDP during my pregnancies, but I have a gap postpartum that causes me a lot of pain. At this point 15 week postpartum with #3, I cannot lay down for more than 15 minutes without significant constant pain that radiates from my pubic bone, into my vulva and buttocks. The skin in the area is fine, this is a bone or nerve pain. Shifting positions does not alleviate the pain, I have to get up and be active. My baby is sleeping through the night (!!!) and I am waking multiple times a night from the pain. I have a call into my OB and they are going to figure out who to send me to to have the issue hopefully treated, but do any of you have experience with this? I've been trying to google and there isn't a lot of info that I can find about how this would be treated. I'm having a really hard time coping with constant, every night pain. I desperately want this to be resolved and google tells me that there is a surgical option, but I wouldn't want to go that route if it would prevent me from having healthy pregnancies or vaginal births in the future. I'd like to have two more children in the next 5 years. Thanks for any info you have, I appreciate it!
I guess it might be helpful to add that I have issues with basically all of my joints. I am hyperflexible and my ligaments are too lax. My major "problem joints" are my knees and shoulders. I'll be having surgery on both knees this year to reposition my patellar tendons, create a groove and reconstruct ligaments. Maybe this is why I am having such terrible SPD problems?
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