A 17-year-old female asked:
mild pelvic pain that goes to bone. if it were on the surface it'd be on the hood of my vagina. hurts to sit, stand, run, walk, or close legs entirely?
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General Practice 53 years experience
Symphysis pubis : Pain in region of mid-anterior pelvic ring & aroused by forces intended to stress the range of motion of symphysis pubis often raise an aching pain "as if in bone". Joint hypermobility syndrome, pelvic mechanical injury, and childbirth can all injure &/or loosen this joint. Absent fever, urinary symptoms or vaginal bleeding, emergent care can be deferred until an osteopathic (D.O.) evaluation.
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Last updated Jul 30, 2013
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