Please explain why I should have pain in the pubic bone at 26 weeks.

As your pregnancy progresses, the womb, placenta, amniotic fluid and baby become heavier which does put some strain on your joints, back and the pubic bone-which holds the pelvis together at the front. Added to this, your joints are becoming more lax, which means that they are more likely to 'give' a little; this can cause severe pain in your back, or in your pubic bone.
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