Is it possible to have a baby safely with bilateral sacroiliitis?
bilateral sacroiliitis, an extremely painful case of it.
I get flares so bad I get shooting pains past my legs and can't walk.
like that can last for weeks at a time but is rare.
a five year old son which in that pregnancy is how I go sacroiliitis.
like to have more children, but I know nothing about the risks, if
there are any.
to get blood tests done every 3 months to check and make sure I don't
have an active infection in my sacroiliac joints.
have a history of MRSA in the past. So I can't do cortisone shots.
possible to have a baby safely?
are the risks involved?
info as possible would be wonderful!!!
women worsen their sacroiliitis during pregnancy and some improve
temporarily or permanently.
can cause a complicated pregnancy and delivery.
can produce severe pain in childbirth.
is itself a risk factor of sacroiliitis
can be part of a more significant inflammatory arthritis known as
ankylosing spondylitis, which can have serious complications such
as difficulty breathing, spine deformities, lung infections and heart
taking medication regularly in addition to physical therapy and
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