My hip hurt so bad the last week i would just cry laying on the floor .. I will say this .. there are major nerves in your spine.. and if anything is off it can affect your head, neck, arms, shoulders, hips just about anything!!
I was having severe hip pain a few years back (not PG) and finally went to a chiro turned out my back i had a disk out of place.. took weeks of adjustments for it to stay in place! but got there..
You might check into a chiro that will work with PG woman..
Definitly do back stretches.. lay flat on the floor and turn your top half one way and your bottom half the other way.. you can google back stretches on line and see what they show..
You might need a body pillow to support your back when your sleeping even if your notshowing yet doesn't matter.. there is more strain on your back
Good Luck!! and just so you know your NOT alone!!!.. OUCH!View Thread
Christina (34) DH (38)- 1 D/S Oct-2003, M/C April 2010, M/C June 2010 (twins) BFP on 8/15/2010 ~ GreeBean - hoping for a girl! EDD 4/28/2011
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