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Your doctor may also suggest a safe exercise plan. Walking is usually the easiest type of exercise, but swimming or other low-impact exercises can work just as well. Exercise is an important way to keep blood sugar in control, and physical activity in pregnancy has been found to decrease the risk ...Read more


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Pain in right side pelvic area mostly when I walk?

Pain in right side pelvic area mostly when I walk?

Right pelvic pain: Could be inguinal ligament,inguinal or sports hernia, meralgia parasthetica ( entrapment of lateral femoral cutaneous nerve at groin due to obesity, or diabetes ,pregnancy) or could be hip-femoral acetabular entrapment, labral tear, or ovarian-cyst, , GI issue ( ilieitis). F/U with orthopedist/ urgent care. http://www.webmd.com/diabetes/meralgia-paresthetica ...Read more

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I been havin pain in right side groin, leg, and rectum, all right side back. Its worst when i sit down. No pain when walking. ?

I been havin  pain in right side groin, leg, and rectum, all right side back. Its worst when i sit down. No pain when walking. ?

Not enough info: In addition to info such as what you were doing before it started, how long it's been going and what makes it better or worse. We would need to do a physical exam to determine if there's tenderness (if so, where), pain with movement of the right hip etc. While most of the info. can be obtained from a virtual consult, it can't be done in a Q/A format. Sorry. ...Read more

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Pain in right side vagina had no period for ten months just got them again age fifty hurts to walk?

Pain in right side vagina  had no period for ten months just got them again age fifty hurts to walk?

Go to GYN urgently: Please call and see your gyn specialist tomorrow. This is not normal and could represent significant disease. ...Read more

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35 weeks excruciating pain in right side of pelvic area. Can't walk, or get up from bed. Hurts to move around in bed. Go to doc or no?

35 weeks excruciating pain in right side of pelvic area. Can't walk, or get up from bed. Hurts to move around in bed. Go to doc or no?

Labor?: When you mention 35 wks i assume you mean of pregnancy. If so and you are experiencing severe pelvic pain get seen asap. Not only labor but also infections, uti, among others that can hinder your safety and your baby's are possible. Call your OB provider or go to the ed. ...Read more

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Sitting for long time then random aching pain in right side groin+abdomen..Only hurts and aches when I walk..dull ache groin area..2days now

Sitting for long time then random aching pain in right side groin+abdomen..Only hurts and aches when I walk..dull ache groin area..2days now

Sounds like: a hernia. But it could be any number of things, some serious, such as appendicitis. Get to a doctor for proper diagnosis and treatment. ...Read more

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Why do I lean to side after walking?

Why do I lean to side after walking?

Walking: Leaning to side may relate to cerebellar, inner ear, vascular, neurologic issues. Check with your pcp & neurologist. ...Read more

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Pain on the left side of back when walk or turn or move ?

Muscle: It is likely muscular since you are saying its worse with movement. However, that is not specific enough to rule out other causes. You would need to give us more information as back pain is so common and the list of differential diagnosis is very long. ...Read more

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I get a really painfully stich in left side when i'm out walking what could be causing this?

I get a really painfully stich in left side when i'm out walking what could be causing this?

Diaphragm spasm: Side stitches are likely caused spasm of the diaphragm. Being out of shape is one cause. Also, avoiding carbonated beverages and eating within 1-2 hours of running can be preventative. Also, deep "belly" breathing can be helpful as short, shallow breaths can cause side stitches. Purse your lips as you deeply breathe. Finally, try to exhale when your left foot contacts the ground. ...Read more