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Coping with SPD

SPD (Symphysis Pubis Dysfunction) or PPGP (Pregnancy-related Pelvic Girdle Pain) is severe pelvic pain which results from excess levels of relaxin softening your pelvic ligaments in preparation for labour and childbirth. Fortunately, there are a lot of things you can do at home in addition to your professional treatment sessions to ease the pain caused by SPD. You can also ... Leer Más »

SPD Treatment

  There is treatment for SPD.Free image courtesy of FreeDigitalPhotos.net SPD (Symphysis Pubis Dysfunction) or PPGP (Pregnancy-related Pelvic Girdle Pain) is severe pelvic pain which results from excess levels of relaxin softening your pelvic ligaments in preparation for labour and childbirth. Treatment methods for SPD include: Physiotheraphy Exercise (as recommended by your physiotherapist) Acupuncture (by a qualified professional) Osteopathy and ... Leer Más »

SPD risk factors

There are certain factors that increase your risk for SPD.Free image courtesy of FreeDigitalPhotos.net SPD (Symphysis Pubis Dysfunction) or PPGP (Pregnancy-related Pelvic Girdle Pain) is severe pelvic pain which results from excess levels of relaxin softening your pelvic ligaments in preparation for labour and childbirth. You have an increased risk of developing SPD if: You began menstruating before you were ... Leer Más »

SPD Symptoms

SPD can be an uncomfortable companion during your pregnancy.Free image courtesy of FreeDigitalPhotos.net SPD (Symphysis Pubis Dysfunction) or PPGP (Pregnancy-related Pelvic Girdle Pain) is severe pelvic pain which results from excess levels of relaxin softening your pelvic ligaments in preparation for labour and childbirth. The symptoms of SPD include: Back pain, pelvic girdle pain and/or pain pain especially when walking, ... Leer Más »

SPD (symphysis pubis dysfunction)

SPD can be an uncomfortable companion during your pregnancy.Free image courtesy of FreeDigitalPhotos.net SPD (Symphysis Pubis Dysfunction) or PPGP (Pregnancy-related Pelvic Girdle Pain) is severe pelvic pain which results from excess levels of relaxin softening your pelvic ligaments in preparation for labour and childbirth. Pelvic pain is normal during pregnancy, however, SPD is a severe case which can make daily ... Leer Más »

Pelvic pain

Your pelvis can cause you a lot of pregnancy pain.Free image courtesy of FreeDigitalPhotos.net Pelvic pain is a common pregnancy symptom and it really is a pain, especially if it becomes severe and develops into SPD (symphysis pubis dysfunction). Pelvic pain is the result of increased levels of the hormone relaxin in your body. Your pelvis is a combination of ... Leer Más »

Nesting

Nesting is all part of your pregnancy experience. Have you noticed that you have suddenly whipped yourself into a cleaning and organising frenzy? Well, that means you're nesting and if you just can’t find enough to do you’re probably getting very close to giving birth. Nesting is a common pregnancy symptom that is actually very useful. What a nice change, ... Leer Más »

Pregnancy brain

Are you constantly forgetting things? It’s been called momnesia, placenta brain and even baby brain drain, but most of us know the bouts of forgetfulness we experience during pregnancy as pregnancy brain. Pregnancy brain usually strikes during your first and third trimesters of pregnancy and though it is normal and harmless, it’s quite a frustrating pregnancy symptom. During pregnancy you’re ... Leer Más »

Managing your clumsiness

Unfortunately, you can’t avoid clumsiness during your pregnancy, but you can manage it by being more careful. Here are some suggestions to help you avoid the falls and constant dropping of objects that accompany your pregnancy clumsiness. Your pregnancy clumsiness means you have to be extra careful. Walk slowly. Especially if you are on wet, icy or uneven surfaces, which ... Leer Más »

Clumsiness

Your pregnancy clumsiness means you have to be extra careful when you walk. You’ve probably noticed, or soon will, that you’re more clumsy than ever before. This is because clumsiness is a common pregnancy symptom that worsens as your pregnancy progresses. Luckily, your balance and dexterity will be back to normal shortly after you give birth. Clumsiness is a very ... Leer Más »