Poor mama! Tori Roloff shared with her fans that she thinks she has a pretty uncomfortable medical condition via her Instagram Story on July 27. “So I’m convinced I have pubic symphysis pain,” Tori, 28, began her post. “It’s literally all day. Do any mamas out there have this as well and have you found any relief?” She added, “I’m not a huge fan of taking medication. (No judgment from me, it’s just my preferences.)”
According to Healthline, “symphysis pubis dysfunction (SPD) is a group of symptoms that cause discomfort in the pelvic region. It usually occurs during pregnancy, when your pelvic joints become stiff or move unevenly. It can occur both at the front and back of your pelvis. SPD is also sometimes referred to as pelvic girdle pain.” It’s not harmful to the baby, but can be “extremely painful” for the expectant mother.
The Little People, Big World star is expecting her second child with husband Zach Roloff. She added to fan’s worries about her and her pregnancy on Monday, July 29, when she posted a photo and wrote, “Do we really want God’s input about our daily life or know what God is thinking about our situation? We need God when we think we have it all together AND we need God when we know we don’t. #storyofzachandtori.” One fan wrote in the comments, “Hope everything is ok with the baby🙏,” and Tori replied, “Oh definitely! Thank you for your concern though! Just a good reminder!!”
On May 14, Tori admitted that her second pregnancy has been more difficult than her first. A fan asked her during a Q&A session, “Has this pregnancy been easier or harder so far?” and she responded, “A lot harder. But still easy. If that makes sense. I had no symptoms with J other than egg aversions. I’ve got all the symptoms this time.” Could this pelvic pain be another one of the symptoms she was talking about at the time? We really hope Tori gets some relief soon!
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