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This pregnancy, sciatica is killing me. I am dragging my leg when I walk because that is the only thing that allows me to walk. I am going swimming today. Anyone try anything else that helps.
Max born July 25
Big sisters Alex and Layla
I have this too.
It really sucks when you wake up in the middle of the night to pee and between being half asleep and crippled by sciatic nerve pain...doesnt make for a happy camper :-(
My sciatica keeps getting worse as the baby grows bigger. It's to the point where it actually wakes me up at night, which is weird since you would think there's less pressure when I'm laying on my side. I've reached a point where I have to sleep upright some nights just to get rid of the pain.
Anyway, yoga poses like the child's pose and downward facing dog help me shift the baby off of the nerve and get some temporary relief. The heating pad is also my savior when the pain is really bad.
It's a pain in my a**, literally!!! A couple weeks ago it affected my right butt/lower back area and now it's decided to move to my left side. It's so annoying because I feel great otherwise, but when the sciatic kicks in I feel useless!!
I've tried everything and the only thing that has helped is the chiropractor. I actually get adjusted almost every week...but, it's worth it!
No sciatica...but I have had some crazy SI joint dysfunction.
If you can try doing a piriformis stretch. Your sciatic nerve runs through your piriformis and many times stretching it can help. (You can youtube some stretches)