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Newborn Double Intergluteal Cleft Butt
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My masseuse pulled my leg to reposition my sacroiliac. I have a lot of low back and pain few inches above my intergluteal cleft. What did she do?
Injured you!: It is difficult to determine exactly what the injury was, but the pain indicates that the "repositioning" was not done correctly. Rest and applying ice to the painful area 15-20 minutes every couple hours, and taking Aleve (naproxen) or Advil should be helpful. Depending upon the level of pain and/or the time to recover you may need to see a physician. Bottom line: don't allow masseuse to make adjustmentsSee 1 more doctor answer
The affected area of pus from intergluteal cleft to area of anus but doctor only done InD near anus. Why they left the some part area that affected.
What should I know about feeding my baby following cleft lip repair surgery? My newborn baby boy has a cleft lip. We are scheduled for an appointment with a surgeon to discuss cleft lip repair surgery. How will I feed my child after the surgery? .
Burning in intergluteal cleft and lower part of buttocks on both sides that is radiating for 6 months. Used hydrocortisone and zinc oxide that worked only alittle. Used katacort but didn't work?
What other preparations are done before unilateral cleft lip and palate repair? My newborn daughter has a cleft lip that extends up to her nose, and she has a large separation in her palate. How often are both the cleft lip and palate corrected in the ini
Talk to the surgeon: With any type of surgery, it is best to have a thorough discussion with the surgeon who will perform the procedure. That person will want to answer all of you questions so that you are completely knowledgeable about every aspect of the procedures to be performed.See 1 more doctor answer
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.
I have a tear in my gluteal cleft. Its not near my anus. Its basically at the top of my buttocks. It does itch and it bleeds very slighty. What is it?
Contact ACPA: The American Cleft Palate Craniofacial Association is an international non-profit medical society of health care professionals who treat and/or perform research on birth defects of the head and face. You may contact them for the referral near you. Here is the link: http://www. Acpa-cpf. Org/who_we_are/ Good luck.See 1 more doctor answer
My new born baby boy has cleft lips and palate, he is just five days old, when should I start treatment?
Hai. May I know what are the type of incision for patient who have both perianal and gluteal cleft abcsess about 8cmx6cm.
See doctor: Your doctor will decide on the size and location of incision depending on the site of the lesion. It is not a do it yourself issue. For 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.
The difference perianal and gluteal abscess. If the affected area large involve gluteal cleft and anus area, MRI is required or not. Thanks
CT scan sufficient: MRI scans can be quite expensive. A CT scan with PO/rectal contrast and IV contrast should be more than adequate to differentiate between a perianal and a gluteal abscess. If you need a second opinion on an MRI or CT you already had, you can start a private consultation here in HealthTap.
It's end of week 1 with recurrent shingles on gluteal cleft. Now have a sore neck and back both on same side as my shingles. Can it be related?
Not likely: Shingles is usually not recurrent and affects the area supplied by only one spinal nerve root. Therefore the gluteal lesions and neck are not related. Please consult and infectious disease specialist for proper diagnosis and care. You may wish to get consultation with a pain specialist as well to forestall the chronic that can some times result form shingles.See 1 more doctor answer
Sutures from Lumbar CSF Leak Repair removed yesterday...it's ~2" long & bottom goes into top of gluteal cleft. Base looks like it's opening despite Steri Strips & Butterfly Closures. What can I do?
You should call your: Surgeon for guidance but sometimes a wound can spread in spite of that type of closure if there is strain on the wound. As long as there is no drainage or reddening of the wound or any increasing pain, fevers, chills or sweats-it should be ok but check with your surgeon just to make sure.See 1 more doctor answer
Sometimes I get fatigue and sore spot in gluteal cleft. By day 2 small bumps/pimples and redness. Day 4 forms pustules. They don't break very easy and by 2nd week almost gone.
?: Should see your doc to get it examined and cultured.See 1 more doctor answer
Does my double cleft palate have anything to do with the following problems I have always had problems speaking loud enough without getting out of breath. I'm prone to ear aches, and people ask me to repeat myself so much that I seldom talk to anyone outs
After sittin long, sharp pain felt at the part above the natal cleft. Started after fallin on the butt during ice skatin in Jan & is worsenin. Hlp pls
Cracked tailbone: Falling ion your butt on ice could have resulted in a fractured coccyx. Treatment would be unloading it to avoid pressure on the coccyx. But get a plain x-ray first
Depends on location: Neonatal tetanus is more common in situations where mom was never immunized or incompletely immunized leaving the baby without maternal protection at birth. Add that to the localized practices & problems result. Cutting the cord with a contaminated blade, or the application of dung (practiced in some cultures) to speed cord stump separation & there's a good chance baby will get neonatal tetanus.See 1 more doctor answer