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  1. DHCdiva
    I have a hospital appointment tomorrow ( actually, because it's just past 3.a.m. the appointment is in 7 hours) that will hopefully start the ball rolling on what exactly is causing all my hip/back/pelvic bone pain.

    This pain has been present since November 2009, when I was 36 weeks pregnant. It was diagnosed as SPD, and I was told it would get better after the birth.

    Well, baby is almost 2 and a half years old, and I still have problems with sitting, standing, walking, turning over in bed, almost any movement that involves my lower torso.

    This is the main reason why I am taking so many medications.

    I feel so relieved that at last someone is actually going to investigate exactly what the problem is, and hopefully we will be able to treat it and I can have my life back.

    And, typical, I have this important appointment and I haven't been able to get to sleep.

    Grrrrr!

Comments

  1. beentheredonethatagain
    I am not quite sure why that would have to be the begining of the end of your D-F adventure.
  2. DHCdiva
    If the hospital discover what is wrong, then it will be treated and I won't need the ridiculous amounts of painkillers that I have to take everyday....and it is because of all the combinations of meds that I joined D.F.
    x
  3. Tigey
    hopefully you will be treated, but SPD doesn't always get better in even 5 years. gonna be praying you have some good news soon.

    best,

    Tigey.
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