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Sciatic nerve! help! Tiffygirl Due December 16 (boy); 1 child; Ohio 24 posts
2nd Dec '12

ok im 32 weeks right now and the baby is laying right on my sciatic nerve. does anyone know of a safe way i can get him off because i can hardly walk I am in so much pain! please help!

user banned Altadena, California 11084 posts
2nd Dec '12

Just ice your ass

Not here to please you 3 kids; Jacksonville, Florida 2214 posts
2nd Dec '12

Only thing I can think of is laying completely flat sometimes it works.

Eℓizabeth+2∞ 2 kids; 1 angel baby; Michigan 17452 posts
2nd Dec '12

lay on the opposite side that you are hurting

eℓℓie☮ 1 child; North Carolina 2081 posts
2nd Dec '12

When I was pregnant my little one was the worst for lying on mine. I have no advice on it other than just taking it easy. ): Sorry mama! I know your painnn.

Kimber-lily Due September 27 (girl); 4 kids; Nova Scotia 28962 posts
2nd Dec '12

I guess mainly you want baby to make a big move to get off. Put a ceramic or glass bowl into the freezer for a bit then put it on your belly, the cold will make him move... but he will probably move back onto the nerve, or it's pinched until delivery. GOod luck.

Jessica Hansen-Barnett Due January 9 (girl); Minnesota 1 posts
2nd Dec '12

Go see a Chiropractor ASAP! One or two gentle adjustments can relieve that pain - there is NO need to live with it! Its not necessarily the baby's position directly on the nerve- its how baby has put spine out of alignment.

Tiffygirl Due December 16 (boy); 1 child; Ohio 24 posts
2nd Dec '12

the pain is all the way down the lower right side of my back and my butt its hurts to even try to sit down. i will try putting something cold on my belly to make him move but he constantly goes right back to laying on it :(

user banned Altadena, California 11084 posts
2nd Dec '12
Quoting Tiffygirl:" the pain is all the way down the lower right side of my back and my butt its hurts to even try to sit ... [snip!] ... sit down. i will try putting something cold on my belly to make him move but he constantly goes right back to laying on it :("


No put the ice back on your butt crack.

Eℓizabeth+2∞ 2 kids; 1 angel baby; Michigan 17452 posts
2nd Dec '12
Quoting Jessica Hansen-Barnett:" Go see a Chiropractor ASAP! One or two gentle adjustments can relieve that pain - there is NO need to ... [snip!] ... to live with it! Its not necessarily the baby's position directly on the nerve- its how baby has put spine out of alignment."


i agree, go to a chiropractor. i have been going for about 2 weeks now, and my sciatic pain has gotten a lot better!

Tiffygirl Due December 16 (boy); 1 child; Ohio 24 posts
2nd Dec '12

ok i will have to see if going to the chiropractor will help. thanks girls! while ur here... does anyone know where i could go to get a 3d/4d ultrasound for a decent price?

Brittanie Blokker-Brandt Due August 20 (girl); 2 kids; Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 324 posts
2nd Dec '12

When little girl did it to me, it was EXCRUCIATING and i thought I was going to be sick! so I ended up going on my knees and (with the toilet seat down, no germs lol) I bent over the toilet seat as if I was hugging it and just stretched as much as possible and it actually, over the course of a few minutes moved her away, she wasnt happy with her position with me in that position so she shifted. I hope that helps for you, its basically so your head is at the back of the bowl, your knees on the floor and your arms are hugging that bowl while your back is getting the best stretch possible...



also take a good warm bath afterwards to relax those muscles..

Pickle Due September 2 (boy); 1 child; 1 angel baby; Kentucky 4228 posts
2nd Dec '12

I have had this since before pregnancy and it really helps to sleep with a pillow between your legs on the opposite side of the nerve pain. that is the only relief i can get to be able to sleep!

amison Due January 5; Japan 1 posts
2nd Dec '12

Relax in a hot bath,then lay on the opposite side,might relieve it but baby will most likely go right back to that spot