so, I am going to blog in English as it is my native language and much quicker. I can read and write in dutch but it cost a lot more effort.
4 months ago i gave birth to my second child. Where everything should be getting back to normal i find myself still lagging and living with pain. During my first pregnancy I developed a pelvic drop or in my best dutch (bekken instablietijd) Before it ever happend to me I have never heard of it. I was a very active person who liked to run for 45 min or bike all day. I cleaned houses for 9 hours a week and suddenly even sitting on the couch was just painful. before being healed oopsy we were pregnant again.
It was a surprise and we were not in any way ready for it. On new years day I lost a lot of blood and we assumed - this was it. Over get on with our lives. So the next day I went to the verloskundige and saw a heart beat for the first time! I was still loosing blood so we weren't sure if the baby would hold on or not. But sure enough it did and continue to grow I did!
Even though I was very active with my toddler and tried to eat very healthy I just seem to gain weight when I am pregnant. so not fair.
But okay I acepted that again I would gain 25 kilos with this pregnancy.
With week 20 at the echo we got the news that our baby wasn't growing. I was given strict orders to take more rest. This did not sit well with me. If I slowed down any and my body continued to grow then I could not do much more during the day. Not with a toddler who was walking this ment losing a lot of control. So my work cut back and I conitnued to get echos every 2 weeks. Slowly our Little Maya began to grow.
After giving birth all I could focus on was getting better so that I could walk normally again.
Now 4 months after birth and I still cannot go for a jog or stand for very long.