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Autonomy & analgesia: Services to treat pain or incontinence when there are weakness or dysfunction in the pelvic or low back regions. The therapies themselves are similar to treatments of other body areas with manual work, modalities and exercise. What is unique is the therapist's understanding of the body region and physiology which can be quite complicated. ...Read more
Can endometriosis w/ weak pelvic floor cause smell from rectum to be emitted when uterus contract if scar tissues are attached to rectum?
Iam sandhya, 27. Iam having bulky uterus with uterine fibroid.Uterus bulky & anteverted. Measures13.8x9.4x12.8cm.12.1x11.6x10.7cm in posterior wall?
Surgery: When fibroids cause problems, for the vast majority of women surgery is required. The type of surgery depends on your age, reproduction and the type, size and locations of the fibroids. ...Read more
I fell hard on bathroom tiles onto buttocks 3 days ago and have still bad pain inside buttocks/pelvis when sitting on floor / walking uphill or stairs?
Sacral pain: The fact that it hurts when you move makes me think you have sacroiliac joint dysfunction. Pain only when sitting can be due to sacral pain - too early to call it coccidynia. This is all probably bruising and muscle spasm - but only an exam by your physician can determine this. ...Read more
Gave birth 3y ago. Incontinent,have 2 push on vagina wall 2 open bowels, constant pelvic downward pressure, bulging tissue in vagina opening.Prolapse?
Not Exercise: Exercise is not known to cause pelvic pain. In fact exercise may improve pelvic pain in many women. Now if you have scar tissue, endometriosis or fibroids, exercise could aggravate the pain in some women but that is from the underlying problem itself. Endometriosis is a chronic condition that often requires a reproductive endocrinologist to help you manage or even diagnose. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Would cervical cancer invading the pelvic sidewall or obstructing the kidney be seen on trans vaginal or pelvic ultrasound?
Yes, but...: Any disease or life event will always display on its own pattern of full spectrum; so will cervical cancer. At its early stage, the affected feels nothing. As the disease advances, it may locally advance to damage and distort local.nearby tissue, and to spread to far sites. So, if not treated timely, what you concern about will appear on its course of progress. US may suspect such but CT defines.. ...Read more
Possibly: Tight adductor & other hip muscle imbalances can cause back and hamstring troubles.Tight adductors could inhibit the gluteus medius.The gluteus muscle does help to support the body when you are standing on 1 leg.Thus,it would be food to see a Physical therapist & to consider incorporating a program of Core Pilates,after a thorough evaluation from a Sports Medicine MD as there are also other causes ...Read more
In a way, maybe: To help pe, you need to learn to recognize the sensation just before orgasm, and then practice controlling that. You can do this either through your own or a partner's physically squeezing your penis, or through exercising your pubococcygeus muscle to delay orgasm. If pelvic floor is weak, this will be harder to do. Practice, though. From dr. Ruth: http://tinyurl.Com/d6bq94a. ...Read more
Dx with pelvic floor dysfunction (muscles in spasm) are physio exercises concentrating on the core/abdo muscles going to make PFD worse?
NO: strenghten pelvic floor and PC muscles with Kegal maneuvers, pelvic thrusts and abdominal bridging and planking exercises. PT will work. Strenghtening gluteal and pelvic floor muscles. Ask you GYN about the use of pelvic/vaginal weights. ...Read more
In terrible pain, (ovarian cyst) sharp pain and pressure on pelvic & rectum. Having a hard time sitting & walking. Help! ?
Can a tense pelvic floor (i.e. Years of heavy squating) cause CPPS? Initially had infection, possibly NGU but symptoms persist. Urethra discomfort100%
Not the cause: Very insightful question. Pain in CPPS is believed to result primarily from pelvic muscle tenstion, which you seem to know. Physical conditioning of pelvic floor muscles probably doesn't increase such tesnsion. If anything probably would reduce pain in CPPS, not increase it. Keep working with your doctor. The good news is that it's an issue only of comfort, no known serious health outcomes. ...Read more
Get a check up: Consult your physician to get thorough physical exam and some x-rays to determine the cause and severity of problem. Good luck ! ...Read more