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Pubic Bone

Posted by on Jun. 3, 2012 at 1:33 AM
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Ever since I had my kiddo I feel like pubic bone Pertrudes out ALOT. I mean it freakin makes me have bad camel toe! Lol. Is this normal? Can they do some sort of surgery to get it to be pushed back?
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frndlyfn
by Emerald Member on Jun. 3, 2012 at 1:36 AM

Are you sure you just dont have to go up a pant size?  Get checked out to see if the skeletal frame may have been moved out of whack or something.

NewMama28
by on Jun. 3, 2012 at 1:46 AM
Haha!! =)

no that's not it. It sticks out further than my tummy and thighs! ( I'm wearing comfy stretchy pants. and it's very noticeable)

I actually have lost a little bit of weight since I've been doing hot yoga for about 3 weeks now. It's where I noticed doing some moves on my tummy my pubic bone was... In the way. I couldn't really balance flat on my tummy bc it stuck out further than my stomach did. Now that I've shrank a bit I think Is why I am noticing it now vs. before. . I hate it.


Quoting frndlyfn:

Are you sure you just dont have to go up a pant size?  Get checked out to see if the skeletal frame may have been moved out of whack or something.

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frndlyfn
by Emerald Member on Jun. 3, 2012 at 1:48 AM

Definitely talk to a doctor about it.  There may or may not be something to be done.  To my knowledge mine hasnt moved, just hips got bigger.

Quoting NewMama28:

Haha!! =)

no that's not it. It sticks out further than my tummy and thighs! ( I'm wearing comfy stretchy pants. and it's very noticeable)

I actually have lost a little bit of weight since I've been doing hot yoga for about 3 weeks now. It's actually where I noticed doing some moves on my tummy my pubic bone was... In the way. I couldn't really balance flat on my tummy bc it stuck out further than my stomach did. Now that I've shrank a bit I think I notice if even more now. I hate it.


Quoting frndlyfn:

Are you sure you just dont have to go up a pant size?  Get checked out to see if the skeletal frame may have been moved out of whack or something.


Mrs.Pedro
by Silver Member on Jun. 3, 2012 at 1:55 AM
Mine has begun sticking out more since I had my second in July. I had a little case of pubic symphysis dysfunction and it's still bothering me some. Not sure what could be done, but if you have the money maybe try a chiropractor if the doc can't do anything.
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NewMama28
by on Jun. 3, 2012 at 1:58 AM
Hmm well my hips also definitely got bigger too so maybe that attributes to it? I will def. consult a dr. Thanks!

Quoting frndlyfn:

Definitely talk to a doctor about it.  There may or may not be something to be done.  To my knowledge mine hasnt moved, just hips got bigger.


Quoting NewMama28:

Haha!! =)

no that's not it. It sticks out further than my tummy and thighs! ( I'm wearing comfy stretchy pants. and it's very noticeable)

I actually have lost a little bit of weight since I've been doing hot yoga for about 3 weeks now. It's actually where I noticed doing some moves on my tummy my pubic bone was... In the way. I couldn't really balance flat on my tummy bc it stuck out further than my stomach did. Now that I've shrank a bit I think I notice if even more now. I hate it.



Quoting frndlyfn:


Are you sure you just dont have to go up a pant size?  Get checked out to see if the skeletal frame may have been moved out of whack or something.



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NewMama28
by on Jun. 3, 2012 at 1:59 AM
Pubic symphis dysfunction? What is that if I may ask?

Quoting Mrs.Pedro:

Mine has begun sticking out more since I had my second in July. I had a little case of pubic symphysis dysfunction and it's still bothering me some. Not sure what could be done, but if you have the money maybe try a chiropractor if the doc can't do anything.
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Mrs.Pedro
by Silver Member on Jun. 3, 2012 at 3:18 AM
Basically the pubic bones separate to the point it becomes painful to do a lot of stuff like walking and turning over in bed. I still get really sore if I lay on my side too long and then when I get up and start walking, I can feel and hear it moving and popping back into place.

Quoting NewMama28:

Pubic symphis dysfunction? What is that if I may ask?



Quoting Mrs.Pedro:

Mine has begun sticking out more since I had my second in July. I had a little case of pubic symphysis dysfunction and it's still bothering me some. Not sure what could be done, but if you have the money maybe try a chiropractor if the doc can't do anything.
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Apollos82
by on Jun. 3, 2012 at 3:21 AM
Can I ask where, exactly, you feel it?? I'm only 13 weeks and already feel things popping and cracking in my low, low back. :-/ I have back problems already and can hardly lay on my sides as it is...

Quoting Mrs.Pedro:

Basically the pubic bones separate to the point it becomes painful to do a lot of stuff like walking and turning over in bed. I still get really sore if I lay on my side too long and then when I get up and start walking, I can feel and hear it moving and popping back into place.



Quoting NewMama28:

Pubic symphis dysfunction? What is that if I may ask?





Quoting Mrs.Pedro:

Mine has begun sticking out more since I had my second in July. I had a little case of pubic symphysis dysfunction and it's still bothering me some. Not sure what could be done, but if you have the money maybe try a chiropractor if the doc can't do anything.
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Mrs.Pedro
by Silver Member on Jun. 3, 2012 at 3:46 AM
It's right at the point where your pubic bones touch. It can be radiating to the sides of the pubic bones.

Quoting Apollos82:

Can I ask where, exactly, you feel it?? I'm only 13 weeks and already feel things popping and cracking in my low, low back. :-/ I have back problems already and can hardly lay on my sides as it is...



Quoting Mrs.Pedro:

Basically the pubic bones separate to the point it becomes painful to do a lot of stuff like walking and turning over in bed. I still get really sore if I lay on my side too long and then when I get up and start walking, I can feel and hear it moving and popping back into place.





Quoting NewMama28:

Pubic symphis dysfunction? What is that if I may ask?







Quoting Mrs.Pedro:

Mine has begun sticking out more since I had my second in July. I had a little case of pubic symphysis dysfunction and it's still bothering me some. Not sure what could be done, but if you have the money maybe try a chiropractor if the doc can't do anything.
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