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Help after birth child # 2 my vaginal area looks inside out.. makes sense .. I constantly get Uti's and yeast infections and bulge wearing pants?
Like to go to clubs. Not so great looking . But I wanna know if there's a big bulge you can get to put in your pants?
Yes: If this fits with your idea of allure, assistance is available. You need to go on line and google cosmetic aids. You might have to sort through a bunch of stuff for other parts of the body but will eventually find the right stuff including the proper underwear to hold these items. Hopefully this will give you the confidence to circulate. ...Read more
Healthy diet.: There is no dietary effect on disc disease. Eat well and that will be good enough. ...Read more
Likely a hernia: Often babies are born with this and if not resolved by age 4-5 years needs to be repaired. It is rare that it becomes suck and needs to be treated sooner. All the best. ...Read more
It is possible: Lifting weights is not a good idea at all for you with your condition. You can discuss with your doctor if it would be okay to try bicep curlsmwith a weight belt on. I think bench pressing may be too much strain on the lower back even with a belt. ...Read more
Aging issue: As people age, discs lose some of their water content. This causes them to be less able to resist the body weight pressing on them. This causes the disc to bulge ( imagine a marshmallow being squeezed at the top and bottom). I more severe cases the disc can herniation or rupture. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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Get checked: If you are checking the fontanelle while your baby is laying down, then it may appear bulging due to gravity, so sit the baby up and check it. If it is still bulging or if the baby has a fever or is lethargic or inconsolable and very cranky then get your baby checked immediately. ...Read more
Very common: Bulging disc does not necessarily mean herniation or compression/impingement of nerve and thus often no pain. It is rather common, more as we get older. Excessive force on the spine colum, often because of excessive wt, trauma etc..Causes the discs to bulge out. Aging weakens the tissues and thus increases risk of bulging and possible herniation. Stay lean/healthy reduces risk. Good luck. ...Read more
Varicose veins.: Varicose veins are a result of malfunctioning valves usually in the saphenous system. The first step in treatment would be to obtain a venous reflux ultrasound to make the diagnosis and help plan treatment which could be laser or radiofreqency closure of the valves usually with microphlebectomies and possible sclerotherapy or ultrasound directed sclerotherapy. You should see a vein specialist. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Disk: Dont mention which part spine. A disc is an hydraulic unit to distribute pressure. Many people have bulges which is not a ruptured disk. They are a common finding on x-ray in hard workers, overweight or with age. Generally no symptoms. Mid line is center of body so bulge in low back midline would aim towards front of vertebra or spinal cord.. Symptoms if present would affect nerve to leg, not back. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
See below: Bulging discs are seen in normal individuals. As we age we lose the fluid in our discs which makes them more susceptible wearing out. As pressure is applied to these discs they start to bulge a little. ...Read more