Tonight I was cleaning up the kids rooms (and granted, moving light furniture and such) There was a tub of outgrown clothes on the floor that I wanted to move into the closet. Rather than pick it up (it would have been heavier than anything else I'd moved), I decided to push it with my leg. Sure enough, the second I applied pressure, my pelvis POPS. It hurt! I immediately stopped and went to sit down. I felt fine after a few minutes and wasn't too concerned - went back about my evening. Loaded up the kids, went to pick up my paycheck, make a deposit and several other 'drive thru' type errands. I get home and nearly collapse at the pressure of my weight on my pelvis. I can hardly put either foot in front of me without writhing in pain. Call my midwife and she says I've pulled my pelvis. That the liklihood of it healing before I deliver is rare (it takes a long while and the added stress of the baby won't help) and that it could make labor more difficult. Oh, and I probably can't work anymore. Awesome.
Mama to: Kaleb 9/12/2005 * Adeline 7/02/08 (born at home!) & 'Dot' EDD 12/23/2010
Oh no, I'm so sorry. I hope she's wrong and that it will heal back up. I had SPD with my second pregnancy and it was horrible. I had a great delivery though, on all fours and everything. But the pregnancy was miserable with it.
I really hope you feel relief soon.
I have a terrible habit of pushing/kicking things around, and my pelvis and knees are already a wreck. I'll have to be more careful.
Sending healing vibes!!!!!!
Raising a full house- Kings (12, 3, new) over Queens (8, 7)
Oh no! That sounds horrible. I really, really hope she's wrong and it heals quickly.
I'm so sorry! Sending you lots of healing vibes.
Mama to Eleanore Rae, born April 6, 2008, Adelaide Jane, born December 16, 2010, Hudson James, born August 26, 2013
Cautiously expecting surprise #4 July 2016
Ugh! That sounds awful! I guess I'll be sure to tell DH that I am NOT helping him to rearrange the furniture in our bedroom...
Hope you feel better soon!
ETA: can you go see a chiropractor who specializes in prenatal care?
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