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Pain In Right Pelvic Area Male
I am a 35 year old male and having intermittent sharp pain in my right pelvic area just had it for couple hours now. What could be the problem?
Hard to say: In the lower abdomen, sharp pain without other significant symptoms usually indicates bowel stretch such as due to gas or constipation or something in the abdominal wall such as a hernia or muscle strain. Could also represent shingles, but i think young male - muscle strain. ...Read more
I am a 19 years old male... I have been experiencing a slight pain in my verry upper right pelvic area for more than 4 months?
See a doc.: It is hard to say what's going on without an exam and without knowing your history Unless this is clearly associated with an activity or exercise that can be changed or modified so pain stops, it is time to get checked since it has gone on so long. By new activity I am thinking of the old joke "It only hurts when I laugh." Even then, I would want to be checked, because laughing should not hurt. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
See your Dr.: Hard to give a specific answer as the pelvic area is actually fairly large with a number of possibilities that may cause swelling. I would recommend seeing your dr. And having a good exam. Impossible to give you a good answer in this kind of forum. Good luck. ...Read more
Hi I am a 25 year old male and I am having pain from my bellybutton and down to my pelvic area. I am suspecting it's a hernia but am not sure. ?
I'm a 33 yr old male, about a week ago i started having a small sharp pain in my lower abdomen/pelvic area when i cough/sneeze. What can this be?
Hi, 29 male
i have been having lower back pain somewhat frequent urination ( not a lot released ) and slight sensations in the pelvic area for the last 9 days. these symptoms began to occur a day after i restrained from urinating.. could this be IC?
Possible hernia: Groin or inguinal hernias are pretty common in males( although can happen in women too)and appear most of the time as soft protrusion which is usually non or slightly tender. It would be good to get checked and confirm diagnosis. If the area gets hard, difficult to press down and very tender is time to visit the ed, otherwise if not that severe i encourage you to make an appointment with your pcp. ...Read more
WOW: Heavy, address this asap to your doctor both needed attention yesterday. ...Read more
How does fluid and abscess accumulate in the pelvis, pelvic area.... is there lots of reasons for this ? Male patient
Many reasons: There are several ways yes. Diverticulitis (little sac out-pouchings in the colon) can rupture and lead to this. Irritation anywhere in the pelvis can lead to fluid and or abscess. The list does go on. These things can resolve spontaneously...but do sometimes require CT guided or US guided drainage. ...Read more
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