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Medicine For Pubic Bone Separation
May be felt in the front of the pelvic area, as well as in the back. Another symptom of pubic symphysis is unresolved abdominal or inner leg pain, which are part of the referral pain pattern of the ligaments involved.
Cyclists may experience uncomfortable friction directly under the groin from the saddle. Friction in this area may cause numbness, tingling or pain. Painful erection ...Read more
There is a normal anatomic relationship between the two bones that are joined at the symphysis pubis. A widening of the distance between the two pubic bones would be described as a pubic bone separation and implies at some level a failure of the mechanical integrity of the symphysis pubis. The two most common causes would be ...Read more
See below: There is a normal anatomic relationship between the two bones that are joined at the symphysis pubis. A widening of the distance between the two pubic bones would be described as a pubic bone separation and implies at some level a failure of the mechanical integrity of the symphysis pubis. The two most common causes would be trauma and vaginal childbirth. ...Read more
Mild pubic diastasis is detected? Will d bone come back to its original place? What is d line of treatment? Do's and don'ts? Can I hv sex?
Chronic internal discomfort near/below pubic bone (possibly clitoral area?). Pelvic ultrasound normal and anti-inflammatory drugs didn't work
3rd degree AC separation. My question is if I pull the bone in place with elastic wrap will the ligaments reconnect?
How can I perform density separation of mononuclear cells from bone marrow by using ficoll hypaque?
That is: A good question, but maybe not appropriate for this forum. ...Read more
I have a pointy bone pertruding on top both shoulders. It looks like the collarbone runs straight across. Is that shoulder separation/calcium buildup?
The AC joint: Or acromioclavicular joint is the joint where your clavicle/collar bone joins the acromion of your scapula forming part of the shoulder joint. A common cause of prominence is a shoulder separation where the outer end of the clavicle has been displaced upwards following separation from the scapula, called an AC separation. Discuss with your doctor; little/nothing to do if no pain/limitation. ...Read more
I broke my 5th metacarpal on my right hand. It was a complete break with bone separation. I had surgery to align the bone and 2 metal pins put in. I was just bit on the exact spot by a dog and I feel the bone moving with a good amount of pain along with t
Full thickness labral tear (hip) with separation, and surface tear. Bone on bone. Hip arthroscopy, 2013 fail. Severe pain, no walking. What now?
Arthroplasty: A total hip replacement is likely the only viable option in spite of your young age. ...Read more
I am having a pain in my pubic area and am wondering what it could be? The pain is really sharp and feels like its actually the bone that's painful
Needs MD visit: This kind od pain requires a physical and history exam by a GYN MD. Any other answer would be just speculation as to cause. ...Read more
Several things: This problem mandates a real-time (face-to-face) meeting with a doctor. A history has to be taken along with a examination as well as labs and other tests. Only after all this will his doctor be in a position to tell him what's wrong and what needs to be done to help him. ...Read more
Unlikely: This is pretty unlikely. It takes a lot of force (most commonly, a car accident or a significant fall) to fracture a pubic bone, so unless you think there was that much force, I wouldn't worry about a fracture. More likely it's just inflammed. ...Read more
Get seen...: For that type of problem you definitely need to see a doctor in person. For a mass or lump evaluation it is important to be able to check it closely and then decide what type of further tests or treatment you might need. ...Read more
Yes: This may be what is known as referred pain. ...Read more
I'm 39 female what would cause constant pain & muscles knots on my pubic bone area? Should see a do or family dr or obgyn?
Pain: Start with your family doctor and then ask for a referral to your obgyn. ...Read more
After sex I've been experiencing pain in the left side of my pubic bone. Can it just be bruising? What could be the cause?
A week ago pubic bone serve pain, now both hips painful. Had paps, normal, didn't fall. Hurts to walk. Should I be worried? What could this be?
I'm experiencing a sharp terrible pain that goes in a straight line from pubic bone to left ovary. Had endometriosis removed in June 2014?
Pelvic pain: Pelvic pain is complex as there are several organs in the pelvis. The ovaries, fallopian tubes, uterus, cervix, bladder, appendix, intestines, colon and rectum can all be the source. Pelvic pain requires and examination to help organize the evaluation. Endometriosis is certainly one possibility but there are many others. ...Read more
I am having pain in my pelvic area. When I barely push on the area above my pubic bone to the side, it's also when I walk, sit, sleep, 24/7?
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I been having some kind of movement below my pelvic bone or near my pubic area there are no pain but it feels like something moving what this mean?
Nonspecific: This is a vague and nonspecific symptom. If it persists, I recommend that you have an examination by a gynecologist to check for any pelvic abnormalities. If none are found you may be referred to another specialist such as an orthopedic specialist, urologist or gastroenterologist depending on whether other symptoms are also present. ...Read more
I can feel a lump in the crews of my right groin it has been there for a few months and is sometimes painful and feels like stabbing in my pubic bone?
See MD: Not sure, but you should see an MD ASAP. Could be something serious. ...Read more
Groin pain that goes from the right side to the left side pubic bone sometimes aches around this are to just a dull annoying ache that comes an goes?
Muscle strain?: Did you do some sort of vigorous activity before this started? You don't mention your gender; if female, the ovary or uterus can be involved. If male, you don't have those parts!! Groin pain usually comes from pulled or strained muscles, sometimes from a hernia (pushing of insides through muscles), which may show up as a lump in the groin when standing, coughing, straining. If stays, see Dr. ...Read more
Bone is a living growing tissue made mostly of collagen (protein that provides soft framework) & the mineral calcium phosphate that adds strength & hardens the framework. Two types of bone are found in the body; cortical (dense compact outer layer) & trabecular (makes up inner layer, ...Read more