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Causes Of Perineal Pain
Hi, well basically I've been suffering with light lower Abdomen and lower back pain with sudden stabbing perineal pain. What's going on?
Get checked.: We don't have enough information to figure out what's wrong. How long have you had it? Do you have problems urinating? A fever? Diarrhea or constipation? If this has occurred for a couple of days and not gotten better, you need to be checked to be sure you don't have a serious infection. ...Read more
Multiple causes: The perineum, in women, is the area between the vagina and the anus.Common causes of pain include complications of childbirth, other trauma, abscess, entrapment of the pudendal nerve, nerve-associated cysts, pelvic inflammatory disease, ovarian cyst or torsion, even menstrual cramps. Inflammatory bowel disease/colitis can also cause. Requires careful evaluation usually by GYN specialist. Good luck ...Read more
See GYN or dermatolo: May be intertrigo, lichen sclerosis, or other. Diagnosis requires exam and treatment depends on diagnosis. Meanwhile, use a lubricating lotion after a bowel movement or whenever it feels wet to clean outside + inside. Can rub in miconazole cream and hydrocortisone cream. ...Read more
Urologist evaluation: Varicoceole may be a cause for pain. Do you try to keep the scrotum elevated? You should ask for a referral to a Urologist to evaluate you for surgery. If this is a minor dicomfort and you are able to live with it, then you are unlikely to find a surgeon to assist with it. However, if this is severe pain, that limits your lifesytle and activities, then a surgeon would be happy to see you. ...Read more
My perineal raphe occasionally becomes very swollen and sore to the touch, is this the sign of a problem?
I cannot find or determine a cause
What could cause my leg to go cold while having hernia, and left scrotal pain as well as shocking burning pain in the perineal area?
What medical condition causes boils to appear on your body consistantly even on the paraneal area. Rash on testicles have taken antibiotics and use skin creams, noting has seem to work..Please help
It : It sounds as though you may have a skin infection with abscesses or "boils". These usually start out as tender, red areas which become hard and then eventually develop a "head" of white pus. Once this drains, the area usually heals on its own. Most of these are caused by staphylococcus aureas, a common bacteria found on the skin. Occasionally, however, the can be caused by mrsa, the antibiotic resistent kind of staph bacteria. No one knows why some people are susceptible to getting boils while others are not. There is a type of neutrophil-associated immune deficiency that can predispose you to boils, so it might be worth getting tested. Next time you develop one of these infections, start out by applying warm compresses to the area to help draw the infection out. Then, you should go to your doctor so that they can drain it, test for what bacteria is causing it and be able to treat you appropriately - sometimes with antibiotics, sometimes just with drainage. If you ever develops fever, chills, or feels ill with this infection, call your doctor immediately. You can try and prevent these infections by practicing good hygiene and using anti-bacterial soaps. Some doctors also advocate bathing once a week with a 1/4 cup of bleach in a half-full bathtub or washing with chlorhexadine to decrease the bacterial count on your skin. You may also want to consider using intranasal bactroban (mupirocin) twice a day for a month to eliminate the staph bacteria living in your nose. Your doctor may have other suggestions for prevention. Good luck! ...Read more