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Does Masturbution Make Your Penis Deformed And Soft And Does It Lead To Backpain And Pain In The Legs
Does masturbution make your penis deformed and soft and does it lead to backpain and pain in the legs?
No: Masturbation does not lead to any penile deformity. Unless there is trauma or strong external forces on the penis, masturbation is going to cause penile deformity, scrotal pain, or pain in the legs. If these symptomsare occuring, an evaluation is neccessary to find the cause of the pain. ...Read more
Sciatica lower back pain since a yr. I started with exercises and lower back pain&leg pain is almost gone. But now I have mild burn/pain in groin and pressure in bladder. No problem during nights. Is it muscle issue or nerve? Will it lead to operation?
Pain traveling down left leg to foot (sciatica) and mild penis/test pain on off for months. Can penis/back pain be related? Urologist found nothing.
If penis is rubbed on outside vagina away from its opening. The next day girl suffered from pain in arms and legs, dizziness, chills, pain in stomach and groins and then back pain with groin pain. What's happening? Is she getting pregnant or what? Pls hlp
Unrelated: It takes about 2 weeks for a conception to attach inside a woman and start making the chemicals (hormones) that trigger symptoms in some. These bizarre symptoms the day after incomplete sex are not pregnancy, but they could be an emotional reaction to the event or totally unrelated. If she isn't coming down with some illness, I suggest you keep your distance. This one doesn't sound stable. ...Read more
If penis is rubbed on outside vagina away from its opening. The next day girl suffered from pain in arms and legs, dizziness, chills, pain in stomach and groins, back pain with groin pain. Is she getting pregnant? But her period will come after 9 days..
NOT Likely!: The symptoms of pregnancy would not occur so quickly. What is most likely is anxiety as a cause of all of the described symptoms. Likely anxiety about pregnancy and related issues. The girl should consider birth control pills or other contraception if she is going to be sexually active. ...Read more
I never had back pain but an esi proved that my leg pain was coming from the back. How can this be?
Leg pain: The nerves from the lower back innervate the leg. The anterior portion of the lumbosacral nerves go the the leg. The posterior portion goes to the back. The nerves can be effected by toxins, viruses, etc. Does not have to be a mechanical compression of the nerve. There for you do not have to have back pain in order to have the nerve pain from the back to your leg. ...Read more
Check and see if you have flatfeet. Standing on flatfeet for long periods of time can cause the symptoms you have. If you do try an over the counter arch support like spenco.
If you have a hard time adapting to them you may require a custom device which a podiatrist would be able to help you with. ...Read more
Breaks: Frequent breaks to sit and rest your back. ...Read more
I have been wearing a tens unit for lumbar back pain with some benefit involving my leg pain? Is the tens unit good to use all day? Help
TENS unit: If you suffer severe and intractable lower back pain with pain, numbness and tingling radiation down to your legs as a result of a lumbar disc herniation or severe spinal stenosis, tens unit won't help. Tens unit is designed to provide temporary pain/muscle spasm reliefs. If you have used tens for an extended period of time & the pain won't go away, you should consult a spine surgeon immediately. ...Read more
Hi! 10 weeks out from far lateral micro discectomy l3-l5. 2 bilateral blocks worked great for intense leg pain. Should I still have back pain?
No: May be related to instability of spine. ...Read more
I am experiencing foot pain, leg pain and back pain (side: lower). The following also describes me: Pain shooting down the leg. What should I do?
Consult a Doctor: Back pain shooting down your leg can be due to pressure on the nerves coming out of the spine or at the level of Sciatic Nerve.We do not have enough information. We need detailed history about your occupation, actovities, any history of trauma etc, and you need to be examined rather thoroughly including Neurological Exam& ifindicated may need imaging like MRI/CAT Scan and/or Nerve Conduction Studies ...Read more
I am three weeks post op TVH. I went on a long trip this past week (about 11 hours each way), now having lower back pain and leg pain on left side.
I can no longer do yoga or stretch due to shooting leg pain and sharp low back pain across low back crease. Manageable for 10 years, until recently.
I'm 30 and had a microdiscectomy at 9:30 am. It is now 4:00 am and I have leg pain and back pain - is this normal?
YES: For at least 4-6 weeks after any surgery there can be post surgical pain, edema and healing that takes place. I wouldn't worry much unless you start having more weakness, numbness or bowel/bladder incontinence. If you are concerned I would contact your surgeon for reassurance or evaluation. ...Read more
Sciatica: Pain in the distribution as you suggested describes the pattern of the nerve that travels in the leg called the sciatic nerve. The sciatic nerve is not the cause of the pain source, it is the result of an irritated nerve typically in the lumbar spine (low back) which are caused by herniated disks, spinal stenosis or degenerative disc disease requiring further evaluation by a spine specialist. ...Read more
Often times both: I've answered questions for you on other occasions though I don't recall this category. A disc herniation at L4/L5 could cause both back pain as well as result in radiation of that pain down nerve root distributions which go into the leg. If you'd like a 1-1 consultation with more information on this condition please write and let's VIRTUALLY MEET: www. Healthtap. Com/drsaghafi Key Code: PDXFNR ...Read more
Had back pain now leg pain I get bad pain in my right leg when I cough had it for three weeks now?
What is it? I have low back pain. The following also describe me: Pain shooting down the leg, Back pain, and Leg pain.
What can be done to strengthen the ligament in your ankle? He was told that the ligament in his ankle is the cause for his back pain and leg pain.
Musclestrengthening: Ligaments have no contraction ability so once sprained it is more lax and ligamentous laxity many times require surgery in athletes. For less demanding patients sturdy high top shoes, ankle braces and taping will assist ambulation. Strengthening the muscles which cross the joint will tighten the laxity specific the peroneal muscle group. ToeRaisesactivatesthisgroup. Kneepainmayimprovewithmorestabil ...Read more
I had an EMG done today for leg pain associated w/back pain. When doing left, pain shot up to low back causing me to jump. Is this normal? Appt oct.
Yes: The groin pain could also be from your hip joint but the back and leg pain is most likely sciatica. Best way to reduce back pain is to be as light as you can (optimal weight) be as fit as you can (high level of fitness with good core muscle strength) and don't smoke. The intermittent use of anti-inflammatory medications will help as well. An epidural injection is also very effective. ...Read more
See doctor: You are very young. Need to give a good history. Did you have an injury? Best thing for you is to see your doctor for exam ...Read more
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