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My Journey With Pubis Symphysis Pain

May 27, 2017

  1. Jo says:

    Thank you for sharing your story! I don’t have the same thing, but I do have chronic pain. I know the frustration when doctors don’t take concerns seriously, and how great it is when you find one that listens and seems invested in your care. Glad you finally found relief!

  2. Vanessa says:

    Totally understand! I had the same issue while pregnant with my first though, and just reading about this brought back memories of that pain and it is terrible! I used to explain to people like this “taking an axe and splitting wood except my pelvic bone!” Yes that uncomfortable! I fortunately only experienced it for about a month or two and it went away and didn’t come back thankfully post natal! How incredibly frustrating for you! And good for you for not giving up on yourself.  Thanks for sharing as I may need those referrals in the future if it happens again for any future pregnancies! Have a wonderful day 🙂 

    • Kelly says:

      Yes, that is the BEST way to explain it. All the people I listed are so amazing, so I don’t hesitate one bit recommending them if you should need help again (fingers crossed you don’t!).

  3. Rahma says:

    Thank you so much for this. I am almost a year postpartum and I’m going through the same things. Seen almost as many practitioners as you. I’m also in Edmonton and so grateful you shared all these people I will now call tomorrow to start my recovery hopefully. Thank you again. It’s so hard to be understood when you have an “invisible illness”

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  5. Vanessa says:

    Thanks for sharing your story! I was diagnosed with Osteitis Pubis a few months ago but have been living with it for many years. I’m also in the Edmonton area and it is so helpful to see who helped you as I’ve been searching for help in the last months and was starting to feel hopeless.

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