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Certainly: Most strained or pulled muscles are just as they sound. Pulled or strained usually means not torn. As long as the area in question is rested and not used much until the area is healed then it will heal the majority of time. My advice would be to rest, do not use or abuse this muscle and it should heal in 4-12 weeks, depending on the severity. If you do all of this, and it does not, then seek medi ...Read more
Was playing ball, I strained or pulled my hamstring area (gluteal fold area) right side. Can it heal on it s own?
Wht could b this if i m having rght side gluteal pain involving si region also. Is it gynaec or mucular?
With regard, I want to know about causes of gluteal abscess and what percent of them is related to injection nurse laches?
No association..: There is no direct association between lash of a needle vs another way of inserting it. If the abscess came after needle insertion the cause of the infection is not the fashion the needle was given but rather the opening a needle causes which is open door for infection. This can happen with any type of injection or wound that opens the skin no matter how small or how it happens. ...Read more
Cost: This is variable. Would contact the facility or provider to obtain more information about the anticipated cost. ...Read more
I want to ask that why does a person suffers from severe backbone pain specially above gluteal region after menupause?
I have a gluteal abcess. I had one two years and had it removed surgically. again got one near the same area. need gone remedy.
Same remedy: Each abscess needs to be excised surgically followed by antibiotic treatment. If there is a reason for you to be susceptible to getting abscesses, then the remedy you seek depends on addressing the susceptibility (be it a primary immune deficiency, metabolic problem such as diabetes, occupational or other cause for increased exposure, etc.) ...Read more
Coccyx: Lunges and squats, but watch for pain level. ...Read more
It feels like when I further bend forward, something tightens at the area just above my gluteal cleft. I have discomfort in prolonged sitting.
Could be your back: Pain from the lower back is often felt in the buttocks. You may have a herniated disc or other spinal issue in your lumbar, or lower back. Bending and prolonged sitting often exacerbate lower back problems. Strengthening your core abdominal muscles and flexibility may help a little. ...Read more