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Yep... and the only thing I know to help is getting adjusted (i'm a chiro for those who don't know ). You may be able to help yourself a little bit by laying on your back, having someone hold your knees together while you try to separate them (use as much muscle as you can muster) AND do a pelvic lift at the same time.
You should hear a pop:
That said, the pubic symphysis is the anterior portion of a very large bone and if the posterior parts aren't articulating with the sacrum well... doing that won't really fix the problem.
misalignments of the pubic symphysis are very painful and it's no wonder you couldn't walk for 2 days!!
ETA, your knees have to be bent when doing that move I described.
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