Last year I went to a Physical Therapist for the first time. I had a pain in my stomach that many doctors couldn't figure out where it was coming from. I switched doctors and described my syptoms to her and immediately she suggested PT. She said women that have had children often have misalligned pelvis' and it can hit a nerve which carries around to the stomach. Sure enough on my first PT appointment it was discovered my pelvis was 2 inches off on my right side. The Physical therapist was able to pop it back in place at that first appointment and I have not had any trouble since. I lived with that for 16 years it was awful. I am not 8 months pregnant and experiencing the pain you are having and as soon as I am able I will be going back to PT, it really helps! Good luck.View Thread
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