29 Weeks Pregnant
From time to time, you may begin to experience pelvic pain. This happens as your uterus is growing, the ligaments that hold it are stretching, and the pelvic bones are shifting. Most of the time, you'll feel this pain in the groin area or the inside of the thighs. It is common with activities such as walking, exercising, lifting your legs to get out of bed, or putting on your underwear. You may also experience it when laughing, coughing, or sneezing. Resting or adjusting your position should help.