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    Ladies,

    Have any of you ever had tailbone pain and throbbing teeth in early pregnancy?

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    No. I have tailbone pain now but I am 23 weeks in. I have been seeing the chiropractor for the past 4 weeks or so because of it.

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    I've never heard of that!

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    Out of the 3 kids, I had that once with baby #2. My teeth were so sensitive I was convinced I had like 10 cavities. I never missed a regular check-up and told the dentist my symptoms when I went for a cleaning. One of the first things he asked was "is there a possibility you could be pregnant?" I started using Sensodyne toothpaste and the symptoms basically stopped after the first trimester. I never even knew that could be a thing. lol

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    Tailbone pain I have had lots with hormonal fluctuations.

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    If you type the words "sore gums and" into goggle, it comes up with the 1st suggestions of...pregnancy. I had this with boys my boys, and had read it was common to have sore gums because of all the hormonal changes that occur to soften and stretch joints and parts of your body can also affect your gums.

    I didn't have tailbone pain, but had horrible sciatic pain, and sometimes back pain. I found yoga and especially squats really helped to stretch the parts of my body that I didn't normally use, and would realize the pain so I could sleep at night. Not sure if this would help the tailbone pain, but if it could be pain from things moving and changing and unused parts suddenly getting used, then it is always worth a try

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