Post # 1
- Wedding: December 2016 – Blackstone Renaissance Hotel
I am wondering if any of you know of this problem I am having.
During sex (quickly into it), my right lower back starts radiating pain. It travels quickly to my hip and down my leg. It happens often, but not every time. My husband is quite a bit bigger than me, but this hasn’t always been an issue.
To give a bit of a disclaimer, I do have tight neck and shoulder muscles along with a serious case of TMJ disorder. I sit most of the day at my desk, which is quite painful at times as well.
Anyone experience anything similar?
Post # 2
Could be. I had hip pain and it hurt with all sorts of things. An osteopath sorted it and now o ho every 6 months or so for an MOT.
id look to find a good osteopath and book a session. Sounds like something’s out of whack there.
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