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Hip Pelvis Estrogen
Flucuating hormones. Irregular periods + acne at 42! joints crack esp hips. Severe hip pain, linked to hormones? Treatment?
See your doctor: It may be best to first start with your pcp, and discuss the concerns you have. So that you have a starting point. Then s/he can also do a hormone panel assessment to see how you're doing to ck your Progesterone and estrogen levels. The severe hip pain needs to be assessed further too. So that may be related, in that hormones have a protective effect on bone, heart, and brain. But it may also be that it is completely separate, and unrelated to your hormones. So this is why you need to speak to your doctor. ...Read more
See a osteopathic DR: If you have hip pain, and knee pain too on both sides of your body, and low back pain, it would be a very good idea to see osteopathic physician, who can evaluate, and treat you and offer solutions. You may need imaging if it's severe. If not, s/he can get you out of pain, and provide immediate relief quickly. It will depend on your medical, trauma, social, dietary history. ...Read more
Abdominal pains radiating into vaginal area, pelvic, lower back, hips, tender breast and upper legs 1 year after novasure procedure.No periods for a year?
More than one locati: This appears to have pain comes from more than one location. Groin pain could suggest the hip or surrounding muscles. Although it can occur back pain usually does not come from the hip . Your evaluation will need to look at both areas: back, including bone, joint continuous muscles. ...Read more
IUD in lower uterine seg. @last U/S. Feeling strange, pelvic tugging, palpable uterus (I think: fist sized swelling mid pubic region), nausea. ?
What's your question: Presumably you're wondering if you're pregnant. If so, take a home pregnancy test. While IUDs are amazingly effective, partly b/c they take out human variable when it comes to adherence, they're not infallible. So if you're worried about possible pregnancy, home pregnancy tests are inexpensive, available w/o prescription, and highly accurate (just as good as those in doctor's office). ...Read more
Pain: Generalized pain is serious. You should be checked by a doctor. ...Read more
Not necessarily: Typically the exercises that are focused on to strengthen the hip focus on abduction, and extension. These exercises work on the large muscles such as the gluteus. Adduction and flexion should also be part of any hip therapy regimen and are not necessarily bad unless there is a particular reason (ie patients with hip replacements should avoid adduction as may put them at risk for dislocation). ...Read more
Depends: Many hip injections are done for bursitis (greater trochanteric bursitis - the side of the hip) - these injections are superfical, outside of the joint, and would be highly unlikely to cause infection of a hip replacement. However, if you have had an actual injection into the joint itself, then there is certainly the possibility of an infection occurring, however chances are still low. ...Read more
Lots of Reasons: When pregnant, there are so many things going on. Your hormones are very different causing your ligaments to stretch quite a bit especially in the pelvis resulting in pain. Also the baby's position can place stress on your spine resulting in bulging discs or even herniated disks causing the sciatica pain. Recommend seeing a pregnancy specialized therapist that can guide you through this. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Joint instability at hip and knee, weakness from hip to outer thigh to outer knee. Pain lifting leg - climbing stairs and kicking leg backwards. Why?
What causes high progesterone (3x upper limit) in post-menapausal female? (also testosterone 4x upper limit). Very low estrogen. Hyst. 2007, 1 ovary
Have labs repeated.: If they remain in this range, it may be that you have some metabolic defect that is causing a build up of those hormones. Progesterone is a precursor to the other hormones, and rarely testosterone-secreting ovarian tumors can develop on the ovaries, so you need a sonogram to look for that, also, was it total or free testosterone that was that high. Total that high more conerning than free. ...Read more
It is theoretically: possible, but that would be very lucky indeed. ...Read more
Let me try to help: Pelvic bone tumor s are divided to primary tumors (started in the place we see them) or secondary move to the place we see them, many possibilities dose exists, check with your Doctor. The primary ones are not common and should be seen on the x-ray of the hips when they plan total hip replacements. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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