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Pelvic Bone Break
I'm having severe pain in my left pelvic area that radiates down my left leg. Feels like my pelvic bone is going to break. Could this be fibroids?
Bone is a living growing tissue made mostly of collagen (protein that provides soft framework) & the mineral calcium phosphate that adds strength & hardens the framework. Two types of bone are found in the body; cortical (dense compact outer layer) & trabecular (makes up inner layer, ...Read more
Burning and tingly sensation in my lower abdomen near my pelvic bones. I had sex that was protected 6 days ago but the condom did not break. Pregnant?
Pubic symphisitis?: Osteiitis pubis is inflammation of the\ attachment of the pubic bones, a fibro-cartilaginous joint, frequently inflamed in spondyloarthropathies. It is analogous to sacroiiliac joint inflammation. Vist your rheumatology specialist for assessment. I'm betting on this, although there are other causes, some very serious! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
It does not keep gro: You are not crazy, but at your age pelvic bone is not really a single bone.Pelvic skeleton is formed in back by sacrum and coccyx, in front and left and right by two hip bones which connect the spine with the lower limbs.They are attached to the sacrum in the back and each other in front and joined to two femurs at the hip joint.So here you have your pelvic bones.If you feel some growth see md. ...Read more
Consult your MD: If yoy feel an abnormal knot in any bone including pelvic skeleton which consists of hip bones on both sides and sacrum and coccyx in the back, you need medical evaluation to find the cause.It may be cyst, hematoma(collection of blood under the skin), or a tumor.You will need examination and may need imaging like xray or other imaging to make the diagnosis. ...Read more
Depends: Knot is a pretty vague term, and the pelvic bones, by definition extend around the hips. So it's really hard to answer the question with a lot of accuracy. They could be caused infectious abscesses, cysts, fat deposits, lymph nodes, a baby... The possibilities are pretty broad without more information. ...Read more
Please rephrase your: question. It is obvious that arms reach the pelvis. I think you might mean something else. Peace and good health. ...Read more
Depends on location.: If it just on the outside/muscle area it could mean muscle pull. If it's more deep inside, it could mean bowel pathology, including diverticulitis. If it's higher up near the rib it could mean the spleen (if large). Do you have other symptoms besides pain. See your doctor for help. ...Read more
Lower right front and back side pains, the front pains are closer to the pelvic bone, not able to keep my food down.
So I have been having this horrible pain on my left side near my pelvic bone, and no matter what I do it will not go away. What could it be?
Pain?: U need to be seen by u pcp for evaluation and trying to find out what causing it and treatment. ...Read more
For the last 12ish hrs i've had pain in the lower left pelvic area shooting down to my public bone. it only lasts a few seconds & hasn't changed.
I have intermittent pain above my pelvic bone, to the right, since 3 days.(esp on excreting or passing air). But now it hurts on touch. Wht can it be?
It can be...: ...Something as minor as gas or as serious as appendicitis, an abnormal pregnancy, or a sexually transmitted illness. You can wait a couple of days and see what happens (maybe you have a little stomach bug that will run its course), but if the pain gets much more severe, if you develop fevers or vomiting or difficulty walking, then seek immediate medical attention. ...Read more
No such thing: There is no "pelvic" bone. The pelvis is made up of several bones and is at the base of your trunk. It holds your abdominal organs inside, houses the genitals, and articulates with the thighs and base of spine. Here is a picture link: http://reproductiveguides.Com/wp-content/uploads/2012/08/trtertert.Jpg. ...Read more
WHAT: Hurts with from or why please clarify ...Read more
Lymph nodes?: Lymph nodes are commonly found in the groin, and usually mean nothing. If painful, or enlarging, you should see your doctor. ...Read more