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Pain In The Ovaries After Running
If it only occurs after running, it may be that your pubic symphysis is irritated for some reason. The front center of your pelvis is actually held together by a cartilage, which can become irritated or inflamed when placed under undue stress. This is pretty commonly seen and has many causes. Might be helpful to get a formal exam to see what's going on. More info here: http://bit. Ly/2t6t5wB ...Read more
I am experiencing groin pain and hip pain. Mainly after running and sport, hurts most when I push my pelvis and hips outward and around that angle.
May be coming from your lumbar spine (The nerve arising between the 4th and 5th Lumbar vetebrae.
Ask your Primary Care Provider if a n MRI is indicated!
(The running can increase a "slippage" if one vertebra is "sliding" over the other Medical Term SPONDYLOLISTHESIS L4-L5
Just a thought Hope its helpful
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Ovarian suspension: The ovaries are "suspended" in space and attached to the uterus and pelvic side wall with a ligament ("guide wire"). Gravity can have painful consequences when running, as "bouncing the ovaries are similar to testicular "bouncing"- not a good feeling. That is why men wear athletic supporters, and athletic women can use some abdominal "support". ...Read more
Complete hysterectomy (minus ovaries) 5 days ago. Started running a a low grade fever of 100 unless I'm taking tylonol all day for 3 days. Concerned?
I found out that I have a cyst on my ovary. Will doing sit ups or running or sleeping on my stomach rupture it or make it worse?
I am 2-1/2 weeks post op of a partial hysterectomy. Aching on my right ovary, bloated and running a low grade fever 100.8 varying now for 4 days?
This could be: A number of things. You would need a physical exam to be sure, but some of the things it could be would include a pelvic misaslignment, hip injury, gracilis strain, medial quad strain, stress fracture, hernia, illiopsoas injury, etc. A physical exam should provide some provocative tests than can reproduce the pain that would tell a physician what the pain is stemming from. Hope that helps! ...Read more
Airways constricting: Lungs that exposed to the cold usually causes a narrowing of the airways, called broncho-constriction. In some cases it may a sign of asthma. Chest pain in general should be taken seriously and may be a sign of underlying heart issues, so seeking medical attention is important. ...Read more
No, but...: Running should not, by itself, cause a urinary tract infection. But, you may develop symptoms that feel like a UTI because of rubbing/irritating the urethra during a run--which may make it burn when you urinate. Also, it is really important to hydrate properly before and during long runs to avoid irritation of the bladder. You may try looser fitting clothes or even a lubricant as protection. ...Read more
It would be helpful to know what have you already tried. Most people will start by taking some sort of anti-inflammatory such as ibuprofen if you can tolerate that medication. Ice packs, typically on for 10 minutes, off for 20 minutes, repeat a few times, can help. Be sure you are wearing supportive footwear, too.
If these simple measures don't help, see your doctor. ...Read more
I have very strong heartbeats after running and sometimes they cause pain or near blackouts. Sometimes they are just annoying. Is this a problem?
It could be: Very strong heartbeats associated with pain and near blackouts should be considered a warning sign. It is a good idea to be evaluated by a physician before starting a running program. You should definitely slow down and/or decrease duration of running to avoid this reaction. If you have risk factors for heart disease, consider having an exercise tolerance test. ...Read more
Met BP after running, pulse were strong and fast BP 160, 1 min after pulse weak and slow BP 150, could it be right? Felt more like 200 and then 120?
BP journal: Invest in a good digital BP machine (Omron) and check your BP before exercising 3x/day to get your baseline. After exercising BP should be lower that 160 (systolic) and between 60-95 (diastolic).- you cannot really "feel" BP- it must be measured and monitored. ...Read more
I started running a week ago and the past 2 days after running there has been a trace amount of blood in my urine I have never had this problem before and it only occurs right after I run and no other time during the day
Blood in the urine (hematuria) has many different causes. The good news is that it commonly occurs after exercise, especially runners or after any other physical activity that is intense and/or prolonged. Usually this is a benign occurrence, however since this is the first time you are experiencing this you should see your doctor for a complete evaluation to rule out any other issues.
Take care. ...Read more
Hard to say: Depends on a number of things. You may have let yourself dehydrate, and now your body is hanging on to water until things equilibrate. What did you eat beforehand - did you "carbo load" and with high fiber? A marathon his high stress and leads to cortisol release which may cause water retention as well. Whatever it is, it will resolve with time. ...Read more
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7)kidney stone: the pain from kidney stones may sometimes radiate into the testicular area. 8) infections or bleeding in the abdomen.......In your case a nerve entrapment, strain of the abdomen while running and possibly a hernia appear to be the more likely...
Get a proper evaluation from a urologist or a general surgeon. ...Read more
If U R an avid runne: -& R on a stressful routine, a day off 2 do yoga would B my suggestion. Run 4 days a week doing hard workouts, then add yoga on Ur easier workout days, and do after running. U always should warm up then stretch B4 Ur hard workouts, then cool down, you can do yoga after easier days as part of your cool down. ...Read more