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Misaligned Pelvis Symptoms
See family MD: Whether the misaligned pelvis will get better depends on whether it is due to an reversible condition or a permanent fixed deformity such as scoliosis. If due to muscle spasms, when the spasms get better, the misalignment will get better. If it is fixed, you need to have your family dr. Evaluate you and have you referred to an orthopedic specialist. ...Read more
What can I do to help heal a misaligned pelvis due to giving birth? Does it get better? It hurts after I work in a busy restaurant.
I do not know what: You means when you say I have misaligned pelvis due to giving birth, usually there are some stretching form due to giving birth but this usually come by itself after month if last more than that please check it out. Good luck. ...Read more
I had a baby while having a misaligned pelvis, she broke my tailbone, 1 week later I fell down the stairs on my bottom, is the pain permanent?
See details: See an orthopedist and have new x rays done. Displaced fractures of the coccyx may require more significant treatment than just observation. ...Read more
What is your opinion on my pain? I have a misaligned pelvis and it causes me a lot of pain even in my hips and knees. And my hips click. Help me
Hip pain: It is possible your pelvis might be misaligned because of uneven leg lengths. Is so. A built up shoe might be of help. Consult an orthopedist or podiatrist for help. ...Read more
See an osteopathic physician who specializes in manipulation. They sometimes go by the title of "neuromusculoskeletal" medicine. They can work with you by using a combination of manipulation, therapeutic exercise and other techniques to help with this.
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Have pelvic misalignment. Have had manipulation by chiropractor and exercises but still in pain every day for over 2 yrs. Is there any other option?
Appendicitis: Appendicitis symptoms include: aching pain that begins around your navel and often shifts to your lower right abdomen, pain that becomes sharper over several hours, tenderness that occurs when you apply pressure to your lower right abdomen, sharp pain in your lower right abdomen that occurs when the area is pressed on and then the pressure is quickly released, there are many more symptoms. ...Read more
Scoliosis: Scoliosis is a condition of curvature of the spine. The spine and pelvis are a continuous unit, like a stack of blocks. It is very likely that changes in your pelvis are compensating for the curvature of your spine in order to maintain your body balance. Consult an osteopathic physician or chiropractor for spine and pelvic alignment treatments. ...Read more
Groin Pain: Injures of the hip joint typically involve groin pain. There may be clicking/catching of the hip when rotating or flexing the hip by bringing the knee close to your chest. Pelvic injury symptoms depend on the injury. A bony injury is unlikely unless from a high energy accident or collision. Soft tissue injury of the pelvis usually is from muscle avulsion from an explosive athletic maneuver or fall. ...Read more
Can be subtle: In many cases, the findings on a patient with even a large scoliosis curve can be subtle. This is in part why schools will screen for scoliosis. The most common findings are an asymmetry in the hips and pelvis, an elevation of one shoulder, and a rib hump, otherwise known as an asymmetric trunk rotation. An uneven pelvis can be a result of scoliosis or it can cause scoliosis as well. Thank you. ...Read more
Why would you?: Are you havin pain? Musculoskeletal problems? can give you neck pain (strain, joints, arthritis, discs). What does misaligned mean? Why would you go to a chiro? Best to see an md who can help you isolate the cause and arrive at a solution. In the mean time, stretch, heat, relaxation may help. A chiro will definitely take your money and probably recommend MANY repeat 'treatments' will it help? ...Read more
Small to moderate free fluid in pelvis since 1 year, no other findings or symptom. 60 years old. If cancer, would the fluid have built up more by now?
A small amount of fluid is normal. If there are no symptoms, no increase in fluid, no change in weight, it is not a cause for concern.
Wish you good health! - Have a diet rich in fresh vegetables, fruits, whole grains, milk and milk products, nuts, beans, legumes, lentils and small amounts of lean meats. Avoid saturated fats. Drink enough water daily, so that your urine is mostly colorless. Exercise at least 150 minutes/week and increase the intensity of exercise gradually. Do not use tobacco, alcohol, weed or street drugs in any form.
Practice safe sex, if you have sex. ...Read more
Sharp stabbing pains lower left pelvis a few times a day... Sharp stop you in your tracks type of pain then gone... No symptoms at all other than this?
Consider this...: If no fevers or diarrhea, it could just be gas. Try to move your bowels daily (increase dietary fiber, i.e. fruits and veggies, if you tend toward constipation). If still menstruating, could be ovarian/menstrual pain so track your cycles. See Dr if you have fevers, the pain doesn't stop, you get diarrhea/vomiting. ...Read more
Labor disorder: Most women who are having their first baby are candidates for a trial of labor/to try to have their baby vaginally. The progress of labor is closely monitored, as well as the prenatal history, to give guidance to baby's size. Abnormal diabetes screening in pregnancy may be a clue. At the time of labor if descent, dilation or progress are abnormal a cesarean may be indicated. ...Read more
That would differ: For each person. Are you asking about symptoms or did you mean diagnosis? ...Read more
I had an ultra sound of my pelvis and she asked if I had recently had a urine infection which I hadn't and am symptom free. What would she have seen?
I have GT usg pelvis done thru abdomen & report says symptom of pcod. Pls suggest the cause, cure &effect of it. Is it possible to conceive healthy baby?
Yes, it is possible to conceive a baby. That said, how many children do you now have?
The pelvis and abdomen issues are important and your doctor (s) will carefully go through the possible reasons to have or have not a new baby.
I an confident that all will go well. Please keep me posted. ...Read more
Radical resection of stage IV endometriosis [pelvis, intestines, bowel] in sept 2013. Symptoms recurring with addition of full on back spasms-related?
Pelvic muscle spasm: In St 4 endometriosis, complete resection of every last implant or area of endometriosis is sometimes difficult and a second laparoscopy after complete healing will allow visualization of those areas that were missed on the first extensive surgery. As well, it is important to evaluate the pelvic floor muscles as these can be in spasm and cause continued pelvic pain and back pain. ...Read more
What is the symptoms of bladder prolapse? I have severe pain in my pelvis are going down my legs and back.
I am six weeks pregnant with twins and today I had a stabbing pain in my pelvis area, when I stood up I had a gush of blood. Is this sch symptoms?
I have been experiencing a vibrating sensation in my lower stomach area/pelvis? Could this be an early pregnancy symptom?
Bladder, pelvis, urethra ache constantly, NEG for UTI, POS for BV. Will treating BV solve my symptoms? No discharge; symptoms don't really match dx!
Ache: Treating underlying BV should help in symptoms. Also be sure to avoid sugars, carbs, and all gluten. Drink 100% cranberry juice diluted with water & stevia to help keep urine acidic to avoid UTIs, as well. Drink plenty of water. Do you smoke & how much do you weigh? These factors can affect urinary symptoms also. ...Read more
If fertilisation and implantation occured would a woman still have PMS symptoms? Ie backache pelvis pain, cramps etc
Yes: The symptoms would be similar whether you were pregnant or not. ...Read more
3/12 history anal & lower back pain. Saw gastro. Colonoscopy & uss abdomen & pelvis both clear. Still got symptoms. Could all this be my back?
Would B a good bet-: -C a fellowship trained spine surgeon. I prefer orthopedics, but I am biased. Neurosurgeons go through the same training, so your choice. ...Read more
Having pregnancy symptoms and spotting with clear discharge I won't miss my period til tomorrow and I have pain on my left/right side of pelvis
Pregnant test: As it is too early to say you may want to just pickup a test and check. If you miss you period by 5-7 days check once more if the first test is negative. ...Read more
I have polycystic ovaries & have severe pain in my pelvis/groin/back/ovaries and have flu symptoms, could this be connected? Should I go 2 docs or not
Severe pain: Your flu symptoms may or may not be related, but if you are in severe pain a doctor's visit is certainly warranted. ...Read more
Her symptoms like itching all over my body, im getting back pains, tired alot, getting pain in my pelvis area, eating alot, mood swings, headaches, &hiccups.
I guess pain: "hip/pelvis stress fracture" a curious medical diagnosis & one this doctor has never heard for symptoms in these structurally firm bone regions. Fractures (cracks) in these bones by & large occur from significant trauma & not from repetative biomechanical "stress"; unless person has severely advanced demineralization or wasting of bone mass & integrity from advanced age and/or a specific disease. ...Read more
extremely uncomfortable pain on right side of my pelvis when I sneeze on2 month contraceptive injection no period allergy symptoms to?
NMS but: This is a condition you need to consult your doctor about although I see little link between BCP, pain, or sneezing. ...Read more
I got a uti 5 days ago, put on bactrim (sulfamethoxazole and trimethoprim) ds 5 days. My urgency, burning and frequency symptoms are gone but I have a little dull pain in pelvis. Normal?
Missed 2 periods. Hav on off pains in back n near my pelvis. Preg symptoms but neg pregnancy test. Had a small white discharge with spots of blood?
I'm 38 weeks pregnant and have flu like symptom urine is ok and bp is ok and feeling very tired and bump is very active pain in my pelvis area?
Ovarian torsion: Ovarian torsion refers to the twisting of the ovary on its ligamentous supports, often resulting in impedance of ovarian blood supply. Common symptoms are nausea and vomiting, stabbing pain, sudden and sharp pain in the lower abdomen, pain radiating to the back, flank or groin; peritoneal signs, and fever. Definitive diagnosis is based on surgical findings. ...Read more