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Hurts to contract pelvic floor muscle, sharp pain in pelvic floor, pressure on it or coughing hurts and it started after trying sit ups. What happened?

Hurts to contract pelvic floor muscle, sharp pain in pelvic floor, pressure on it or coughing hurts and it started after trying sit ups. What happened?

Pain after sit-ups: It sounds like you may have strained a muscle while doing sit-ups. Anti-inflammatories like Ibuprofen can help with the discomfort. If your pain persists you should see a doctor. ...Read more

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Lower pain in pelvic area.In my pelvic bone down towards my urine area is painful, walking, standing make it hurt worse.Why?

Lower pain in pelvic area.In my pelvic bone down towards my urine area is painful, walking, standing make it hurt worse.Why?

Many reasons: The best thing is to consult with your family physician and have him/her examine you to give you and accurate idea of the cause of your complaint. ...Read more

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Lower back pain after Intercourse? Legs hurt to move and pelvic sore why?

Lower back pain after Intercourse? Legs hurt to move and pelvic  sore why?

Positional problem: If intercourse is always in the "missionary" position with you on your back, a little variation in position can go a long way to alleviate your concerns A side to side or woman above position can be "enlightening". In other words, women are the "superior" sex. ...Read more

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Tailbone area pain couple days after lifting couch?

Tailbone area pain couple days after lifting couch?

Muscle strain: Thsi is most likely strain of some of the hip and but muscles that we all use when lifting heavy objects. If that is what it is, it should go away within 4-5 days. If it gets worse or has pain or weakness shooting into your legs, see doctor right away. ...Read more

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Front thigh pain and soreness after falling? Fell on ice, felt a burning pain from knee to upper thigh. Now hurts to move or bend. Knee hurts too

Front thigh pain and soreness after falling? Fell on ice, felt a burning pain from knee to upper thigh. Now hurts to move or bend. Knee hurts too

Get X-ray if...: Sounds like a contusion to your thigh. ( bruise). If you are able to walk and weight bear on that side a fractured femur( thigh bone)extremely unlikely. Contusions to kneecap( prepatellar bursitis ) is very common w/ your mechanism of injury and can refer pain proximally . So are thigh contusions. Rice is appropriate .If pain continues, swelling increases, or pain localizes to knee ... See md...Gl. ...Read more

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18weeks pregnant with severe pelvic pain. Standing hurts. Walking hurts. Putting on clothes hurt, even lying down hurts. Started at 14 weeks. Normal?

Yes and no: It's normal for women who are pregnant to have pelvic pain and pressure throughout pregnancy. Not knowing you or being able to examine you, it's hard to say if yours is the 'typical' pain or is something else. Definitely make an appt asap to discuss with doctor. They may want to check a cervical length to make sure that you're not dilating. See a doctor for an expert opinion on this. ...Read more

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Pulled groin suddenly whilst running- 8 weeks ago.Pain returns after exercise- also feel slight discomfort pubic area at same side. No lumps?

Pulled groin suddenly whilst running- 8 weeks ago.Pain returns after exercise- also feel slight discomfort pubic area at same side. No lumps?

Rest, heat/ice: Any pulled or strained muscle needs rest to heal. For this reason, avoid any activity or exercise that causes pain in that area. Use ice and heat alternately. Medicines that contain N.S.A.I.Ds like Ibuprofen or Naproxen will help with pain and inflammation. If problem persists after 4 weeks of doing this, then you should be seen by your doctor for tests and treatment. ...Read more

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Intense pain & tightening when lifting leg or walking. Inner/outer thigh, pubic area, lower back tender & painful to touch. ?

Intense pain & tightening when lifting  leg or walking. Inner/outer thigh, pubic area, lower back tender & painful to touch. ?

Leg/back pain: With localizing pain I would consider blood clots (DVT), phlebitis (superficial vein inflammation), but the presence of back pain may indicate a radiating nerve problem (?disc) or kidney/pelvic infection. A thorough exam with labs would help isolate the cause. Could be serious condition. ...Read more

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Area near ovary hurt. Now area below belly button and bottom has pain and pressure when standing. Better when laying down or sitting. Tender to touch?

Area near ovary hurt. Now area below belly button and bottom has pain and pressure when standing. Better when laying down or sitting. Tender to touch?

Belly pain: if it is more on right side, you need to be checked for appendicitis. UTI, ovarian cyst and PID may also have similar symptoms. You should get it checked soon to avoid complications. ...Read more

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Was sitting for prolonged time on my computer suddenly a groin pain hit me.. Dull ache in groin area and little bit lower abdomen.. Bit hurts to walk?

Was sitting for prolonged time on my computer suddenly a groin pain hit me.. Dull ache in groin area and little bit lower abdomen.. Bit hurts to walk?

Muscle spasm?: It could be a muscle spasm Which would be the most likelyIt can also represent hernia. This would be typically associated with a bulge in the area that is larger with standing and coughing. If severe, or unrelenting, see your primary are doctor for a proper evaluation. Hope this helps! ...Read more

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I'm a female and everytime i sneeze my lower abdomen starts to hurt sharp pain pelvis area.?

I'm a female and everytime i sneeze my lower abdomen starts to hurt sharp pain  pelvis area.?

Schedule a visit: If this is happening consistently i would schedule a visit with your doctor to be evaluated for a hernia. Young women often have undiagnosed hernias in what is called the inguinal area. Sneezing can put pressure there causing pain. ...Read more

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Ankle hurting a week sharp pain when standing dull achy when relaxing 4 on pain scale no bruising has lil puffy spot by ankle ball if on feet long ?

Ankle hurting a week sharp pain when standing dull achy when relaxing 4 on pain scale no bruising has lil puffy spot by ankle ball if on feet long ?

Tarsal Tunnel: With having limited information, the best guess would be a nerve entrapment also called as Tarsal Tunnel. An Orthotic Insole would help. Since you also have history of back pain, that can cause this type of pain, would recommend an x ray to begin and complete evaluation. ...Read more

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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 feel pain in shin after running?

I feel pain in shin after running?

Overuse injury...: Sounds like shin splints. You need to reduce intensity and distance to 50-60% levels. Run on flat and forgiving surfaces. You might want to evaluate your shoes and their ware. Application of ice, heat, stretching can all afford some degree of relief, but over use is the problem and reduction of activity is the answer. ...Read more

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I'm having right ovary pain. It's tender to touch. Hurts when rolling over, sitting, and standing up. Pain comes after urination and persists.

I'm having right ovary pain. It's tender to touch. Hurts when rolling over, sitting, and standing up. Pain comes after urination and persists.

See a doctor: Pain after urination could mean you have a urinary track infection (UTI). I would suggest you visit a doctor to determine if you have a UTI or something else (possible STD). The doctor will likely need to test your urine as well as do a pelvic examination to determine if you don't have an infection involving the vagina, cervix or uterus. ...Read more