Another problem I’ve been having, I just wanted to see if any of you guys have had it. I sleep fine during the night, but when I need to get up it’s like my hips get stuck and they crack! Then they hurt until the next morning. Even when I sleep on my side I can feel the hip bones getting all tensed up and whenever I move, they crack again! Please tell me it’s just the pressure of my baby, I hope it goes away after I give birth!
you’re exactly right there.Its the pressure of bubs, obviously he/she has dropped down which mine has too and i feel almost squashed around the hips and it happens during the night too.
It will go away after bubs is born so only a few more wks to put up with it. The joys of being pregnant hey!!
i went through the same thng when i was pregnant with my son.. it really hurts… it did go away after he was born… but sometimes my hips still pop when i get out of bed, but it doesnt hurt as much as it did. good luck
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