The sacroiliac joints are in the pelvis and can be injured like any other joint. It is also possible to have a small misalignment across the joint which is sometimes referred to as a "twisted pelvis".
Structural Problems In Pregnancy
As the baby develops and grows, not only is there increased weight to contend with, but the woman's posture changes. Whilst this is natural it does not always run smoothly and may result in pain. Also hormonal changes soften ligaments which again is natural, but can alter the mechanical function of an area, sometimes leading to pain.
Cramp may be caused by chronically tight muscles or irritation of the nerve that supplies the cramping muscle. Cramp can also be caused by physiological problems which would require your doctor's help. Your osteopath will advise what is best in your case.
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