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Pregnant. Suffering from groin pain. Taking brufen and rantac. X-ray normal. How to get cured?

Hi,I am suffering from groin pain about 9 months.It starts 5th month of my pregnancy.Now I am 3 months postnatal and still suffering from groin pain.My orthopaeditian advised to take brufan 400 and rantac 150 for 3 days.I hate to take painkiller because of breastfeeding and there is no severe pain.x-ray is normal.I think I have symptoms of symphysis pubis bysfunction and it minimise to groin pain now(post nataly).Do I need to take can i get cure?
Asked On : Tue, 22 Jan 2013
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If you have been assessed completely by your orthopedic, you may need to take the pain killer as advised whenever necessary. Groin pain can have several reasons like hormonal changes, structural changes, round ligament pain and symphysis pubis dysfunction. You may manage the pain by maintaining the correct posture, exercise, support to the pelvic region, and taking certain precautions while working- like sitting down whenever possible, avoiding lifting weights and so on. It subsides in course of time as the tissues slowly regain their near normal shape and size. Please consult your doctor for further suggestions. Good luck.
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