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real bad pain when i walk.. any advice? Kadence's Mommy(: 1 child; Summerville, Georgia 18 posts
7th Jan '13

okay, so i'm currently 36 weeks and 3 days pregnant with my first child.. and when i walk i have really bad pains in like my lower back/ pelvic area... i ain't having contractions or anything. but i don't know if i should go to the doctor or what.... anyone have advice?

user banned 2 kids; Georgia 24891 posts
7th Jan '13

no you shouldn't go to the doctor. Pregnancy is uncomfortable. Try stretching, baby may be pinching a nerve, take a bath, drink more water, take a tylenol, and relax with your feet up when you can.

Rea Due January 9 (girl); 3 kids; Missouri 4228 posts
7th Jan '13

Sounds normal, it sucks...but normal.

Kadence's Mommy(: 1 child; Summerville, Georgia 18 posts
7th Jan '13

thanks y'all (:

Daenerys Stormborn Due March 19 (girl); TTC since May 2013; 1 child; ., Nb, Canada 1174 posts
7th Jan '13

Sounds totally normal. I had spd so it hurt from like 33 weeks to lay on my side, and walk etc.



Just a normal part of the ending of pregnancy. Even with my spd they didn't do anything. Mine wasn't severe and I wasn't getting a support belt that late into pregnancy lol.

L&C's MoMMy 2 kids; Michigan 367 posts
7th Jan '13

Might b your sciatic nerve. I'm having the same problem. I can barely walk. Ice it...helps with inflammation. Or take a bath. That's what I've been doing. Nothing is really gonna help much until you push your baby out! Almost done!

Kadence's Mommy(: 1 child; Summerville, Georgia 18 posts
7th Jan '13

it sucks dude... :/

Chelsey Lee 1 child; New York 441 posts
7th Jan '13

i try to stretch my back in the shower w/ hot water runnin on my back so it loosens the tight muscles. the more you walk the better it will feel i have found... it will be sore after you rest awhile but... watever works...

Jennifer Bolen Due April 16 (boy); Oregon 189 posts
7th Jan '13

I talked to my doctor and went to the chiropractor turns out my right hip was way out of alignment she showed me some stretches that help and I also bought a pregnancy best it helps support your hips and back. I wear it when I driving and when I have to walk a lot it really helps.

Kadence's Mommy(: 1 child; Summerville, Georgia 18 posts
7th Jan '13

thanks for all the advice you guys. (: