Odd question😄but do those of you with adenomyosis get a sore lower back when you sleep on your tummy?

Odd question😄but do those of you with adenomyosis get a sore lower back when you sleep on your tummy?

I'm a tummy sleeper and notice I often get a sore lower back when I sleep that way. Wonder if it's from the adenomyosis?

A MyEndometriosisTeam Member said:

I can't sleep on my tummy at all, but yes, I get low back pains. Better since the hysterectomy I had, but also needing pelvic floor physical therapy to help.

edited, originally posted 5 months ago
A MyEndometriosisTeam Member said:

Exactly what I had! I've just had a total hysterectomy- left my ovaries- a few days ago, and I can't believe how great I'm feeling!! Obviously still recovering but it's almost like my body is seriously relieved the uterus is gone!!😄 surgeon said it was so huge and inflamed... feeling really positive right now and high hopes for feeling so much better going forward🤗

posted 4 months ago
A MyEndometriosisTeam Member said:

I always have lower back pain or stiffness sitting, stand, or laying. The only relief is on my side but then my hips start to hurt.

posted 4 months ago
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