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Constant Pain In Penis
My boyfriend's penis slipped out during sex now he is in constant pain on his middle left side, what is the damage and how can we make the pain stop?
For last 3 weeks feeling pain near the base of penis, (feels in urethra ), not constant pain, but flare-up, no pain urinating & no blood in urine?
First 6 days blood in urine. Now constant penis pain, incontenace, small stream, urgency, tissue bits in pee but no UTI after scope 30 days ago. Help!
Urinary problems: You should call the urologist who scoped you 30 days ago for the answer to your question. Your urologist knows your case best of all. ...Read more
Many causes: I think what you are trying to say is lower abdomen instead of lower stomach. The two main systems that may be at play here are your gastrointestinal and genitourinary system. You also have to consider other associated symptoms such as relation to bowel or bladder function. Other factors could be arthritic condition of the pelvic bone. Have yourself thoroughly examined by your physician. ...Read more
Constant pain in my left side, left lower back, left abdomen, left side of pelvis, and my groin feels smashed. How do I treat this?
Need evaluation: Must identify why before treatment.Get a more detailed answer ›
I was in a car accident 10 years ago and i suffered a fractured pelvis and have plates and screws. I have constant pain due to a severe tilt.
Sacoiliac joint: Years after an injury of the pelvis #fibromyalgia and chronic widespread pain can manifest. Imo the cause is a loose pelvic joint called the scroiliac joint. An osteopath can diagnose using certain provocation maneuvers (see below). If a loose sacroiliac join is determined, then fusion of this joint might be efficacious. A loose sacroiliac joint is exceedingly painful. ...Read more
I've had constant pain in both sides of my pelvis for 2 months doctor said it was period pains but now been sick and bloated. What else could it be?
Felt great b4 sudden svr pain right side lower back/abdomen/pelvis/groin. Dbld over. 3 days constant pain. Pencil thin feces/bloody mucus. Severe pain after bm. Not taking meds. Can eat. What do I do?
See a doctor: Pain of this nature needs to be evaluated. You could have an ectopic pregnancy, ruptured hemorrhagic cyst, torsed ovary, appendicitis or other gastrointestinal problem. These can be serious so go to the emergency room if you cannot get in to your doctor. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Constant pain both sides hip & pelvis area, stay sore, hard to walk. Had MRI normal, has sle. Crr over 500 seeing rheumatoid specialist.
See below: I not sure what your question is and i not sure if you meant CRP instead of crr. Please repost your question so we can best help you. ...Read more
Felt great then had a sudden svr pain right side lower back/abdomen/pelvis/groin. Doubled over. 2 days constant pain. Pencil thin feces/diarrhea/constipated/bloody mucus. Getting over a bad period. ?
Irritable bowel: Could be the medications the you are taking or irritable bowel syndrome or a start of ulcerative colitis. If you are taking medication for migraines, it can also induce these problems. These issues are all resolved with a nutritional program . Visit www.Neurosciencemyths.Com and read about migraines etc. Call the office to make an appt to get help. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My dad has right metal hip. In constant pain. Had it maybe 15 yrs. He's in his early 80's. What can be done to stop the pain?
RLQ Pain: Difficult to answer with limited information. Possibilities include but not limited to: chronic appendicitis, pain in right ovary, spasm in the large intestine or small intestine, inflammation of the large or small intestine. See your doctor to enable a more detailed history , physical exam & tests if indicated ...Read more
Pain: U need to seek md follow up to determine extent of injuries ...Read more
Greatly depends: On what is causing the pain. There are so many structures within the abdomen, it is hard to say without a physical exam. You will need to be examined face to face by a physician. You may need to visit the er depending on the pain, level, area and other symptoms. ...Read more
Arm pain: One of the most common reason is a pinched nerve in the neck. It may accompany tingling and numbness. It you feel weakness, a surgery may be required. An MRI can evaluate the discs and nerves in the neck. Local causes can also exist especially if the area that is painful is also tender. ...Read more
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