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I am having extremely bad pain in my lower abdomen/pelvic area. It hurts 2 move. And is running into my side and back on my left side. Bloody urine to?

I am having extremely bad pain in my lower abdomen/pelvic area. It hurts 2 move. And is running into my side and back on my left side. Bloody urine to?

Need to see doctor: It is not feasible to provide a meaningful opinion without examining you and your symptoms warrant evaluation by a physician, it may require some tests and/or imagining studies. It could be infection in the bladder, kidney stone with infection, pelvic inflammation or other issues. Please see a doctor at your earliest convenience. ...Read more

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Pelvic pain when running , could I have pulled something in that area? No pain when i walk , playing football i think i leaned back too far.

Pelvic pain when running , could I have pulled something in that area? No pain when i walk , playing football i think i leaned back too far.

See below: Problems like these can only be correctly handled by your doctor in person. He/she needs to listen to you, perform an examination and possibly run labs or other tests. That's the only way he/she can find out what's going on and what to do about it. ...Read more

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I noticed today a very prominant vein running above my right nipple. Is it normal for veins to appear out of no where like that? Could this be tied in anyway to the severe pain in the lower abdomen and pelvic area? I am also currently ovulating according

I noticed today a very prominant vein running above my right nipple. Is it normal for veins to appear out of no where like that? Could this be tied in anyway to the severe pain in the lower abdomen and pelvic area? I am also currently ovulating according

Abd/pelvic pain: I would strongly urge you to go see your OBGYN specialists as soon as possible, about your Abdominal and pelvic pain. This seems to be a more pressing issue than just Venous prominence in the areola area of the breast. There is a very remote circumstance in which the liver is involved, which would produce prominent veins on abdomen, but you did not give any history supporting this etiology. ...Read more

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Does running make pelvic prolapse worse?

Does running make pelvic prolapse worse?

No : Unless its very substantial prolapse to start with. Exercise on creases muscle tone including that of the pelvic floor- which helps to hold im your organs. Heavy straining , particularly in a squatting position or prolonged squatting (at the garden or on toilet can cause worsening of prolapse amd hemmorhiids. Running also helps pass bowel movements and this helps avoid constipation. ...Read more

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I started training for a 10k 9 weeks ago. I have bad posterior top right pelvic pain, worse when sitting than running. Suggestions? Thank you.

I started training for a 10k 9 weeks ago. I have bad posterior top right pelvic pain, worse when sitting than running. Suggestions? Thank you.

Muscle strain: It is very common to sustain injuries when you start to gear up for a longer race 10k, 1/2 or full marathon you may have a mild strain which may resolve with rest, ice, and nsaids you may need to get a good ortho exam also though you may not want to- a brief break from training may be necessary to calm symptoms down so you can ultimately reach your race goals. ...Read more

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Whenever i exercise (ex. Running, jogging, walking) i get sharp pains in my pelvic region. What could be causing this and should I see a doctor?

Whenever i exercise (ex. Running, jogging, walking) i get sharp pains in my pelvic region. What could be causing this and should I see a doctor?

Many things...: Most likely it is related to muscle, or musculoskeletal structures. That said, it could be related to ovary, bladder, bowel. Hard to say without knowing more specifics. If persistent, see your doc. ...Read more

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Severe pelvic pain after running. Is that an STD sign?

Severe pelvic pain after running. Is that an STD sign?

Not likely: Stds are caused by either bacterial or infections. They can be brought on by stress but aside from that are not really exercises associated. Also, "pelvic" pain must be differentiated from "pelvic girdle" pain. They are very different entities with a multitude of different causes. If female, first see your gyn. If all is okay there, then see a physiatrist who specializes in pelvis/biomechanics. ...Read more

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I am having severe pelvic pain off and on during the day for the last month. I am also running a low grade fever of 99.1. What could this be?

I am having severe pelvic pain off and on during the day for the last month. I am also running a low grade fever of 99.1. What could this be?

PID: Your symptoms can be caused by many conditions. You should see your gyn to determine what it could be. Possibilities include pelvic inflammatory disease, ovarian cysts or gastrointestinal reasons. ...Read more