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Pelvic Pain Due To Weight Exercise
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 more
What cause bilateral sij and r pelvic pain? Scan showed increased uptake r more than left? I have no stifness and exercise, sitting make pain worse.
Muscle and fascia: Si joint and pelvic pain can be caused by thigh, pelvic, gluteal, and abdominal muscles and fascia. Perhaps find someone who can examine you who is expert with myofascial pain or pelvic pain. Uptake is just as likely to show stress from muscle and fascia as inflammation. ...Read more
Possibly: Depending on what exercise you are doing and what is going on with your uterus if you are having pain, u should see your doc even if it is not time for your normal OB check, I always work my preg pts in if they are having pain. ...Read more
Consider tumor.: Weight loss and anemia can contribute to both fatigue and dizzyness. The question is is the anemia related to the pelvic pain. Hypothetically the answer is yes. Tumors of the sigmoid colon, rectum, bladder, uterus ovaries or prostate can cause anemia and the related symptoms although high on the list are colorectal cancers. See your md for possible colonoscopy and/or ct scan of the pelvis. ...Read more
I had an ultrasound scan 14mths ago due to menstrual changes, now I have gained 20 pounds in weight, have lower right, back and pelvic pain and bloated?
Menstrual changes: There are numerous reasons why your periods will change. Extreme weight changes alone can make it irregular. Find out first the results of your ultrasound. You might need a blood test to check your hormone levels. Consult your gynecologist about your condition. Ask about the possibility of polycystic ovarian sndrome. ...Read more
Normal papamear, but lower pelvic pain and weight gain. Got a pap a week ago and she said every was fine. What could this be?
Unrelated problems: Pelvic pains at your age if you are sexually active is most likely due to pelvic inflammatory disease (pid) get it checked by your gyn doctor. For weight gain, cut the intake, count the calories don't eat junk food, healthy balanced diet, be active and join the gym, you will not gain weight. ...Read more
Hard to Say: When pregnant, there are so many things going on. Your hormones are very different causing your ligaments to stretch quite a bit especially in the pelvis resulting in pain. Also the baby's position can place stress on your spine resulting in bulging discs or even herniated disks causing the sciatica pain. Recommend seeing a pregnancy specialized therapist that can guide you through this. ...Read more
Today was the 1st time I exercised in a while. I did the stationary bike for 20 min. After, I had pelvic pain. Just went to pee & I wiped blood. Why?
Hard seat trauma: A hard seat and/or a minimal soft tissue mass between skin and pelvis can allow for increased pressure between a hard bike seat and urinary tract causing pressure, pain, and bleeding. If the pain and bleeding does not clear in a day or so, you should be seen by your primary care physician. ...Read more
My last period was june 17th and haven't had one since. All my hpt are negative. I have gained weight and have random sharp pelvic pain and appetite?
See a doctor: You probably have a hormonal imbalance problem, probably polycyctic ovarian syndrome but it could be something more serious also so you really need to go to the doctor. ...Read more
I have right pelvic pain and extreme weight gain, 15 lbs in one month. Doc hard to get a hold of. Could it be something simple like uti?
Intense sharp pain in abdomen every time during exercise. (Left side pelvic, stomach, right upper and right pelvic). Pain unbearable cant move.
Walk up the stairs and I have an achy back and pelvic pain? Along with constipation. Feel like I'm carrying the weight of the the world on my shoulder
Fibromyalgia?: 19 yo female bemoans fatigue, generalized aching & low back pain with constipation. Fibromyalgia encompasses these symptoms, but other problems need to be ruled out. See a primary care doctor for a general evaluation. Pelvic girdle dysfunction of Hypermobility Syndrome, IBS-C, & widespread myalgias are all highly associated. ...Read more
I'm having a constant pain in my abdominal area under my ribs on both sides, I've been gaining weight, urine negative, sometimes a dull pelvic pain, ?
Pain: Gallbladder vs PUD (ulcer). Need lab work and ultrasound of abdomen and pelvis. Trial of Prilosec. Exam. If all normal otherwise. Ibs. ...Read more
I have 1 yr old son &ever since giving birth I've had pelvic pain. Hurts when I sit walk exercise etc. ..Hurts the most when I try to prop my feet up?
There is too little information to give an accurate answer. Was the birth vaginal or ceasarean? For example.
My guess is that this pain is from the abdominal muscle. You may start with a harmless exercise such as to lie on your belly and lift your shoulder and head as high as possible, hold for a few seconds, and repeat as often as you can. Check with your doctor for other possibilities. ...Read more
I have had upper stomach pain for a month now/ no appetite and weight loss, now I have extreme pelvic pain with dhiarriah what could this be?
Get evaluated please: It's normal to be concerned about your health, and to worry why you feel bad. The possibilities are numerous--ranging from GI to non-gi causes, ; even stress. Alarm signs include weight loss, bleeding, recurrent vomiting, significant tenderness. Whatever the reasons, you're appropriately anxious about it ; should seek medical help asap, particularly if your symptoms are as "extreme" as you report. ...Read more
Had postmenopause bleeding. Tvu showed 6mm lining 10mm ovary cyst. Recent d&c clear. Pap smear ok. Now have pelvic pain and weight loss. What is this?
Need further work up: It is hard to say. As women we have many organs in our pelvis. It may be gynecologic or it could be related to your urinary or gastrointestinal tract. Either way keep following up with your doctors. ...Read more
Malaise, unexplained severe weight gain, excessive sweating, pelvic pain, heavy cramping legs. I've been to a lot of drs and no diagnosis.
Symptom complex: I am sorry but if your physicians who know your history, have examined you and done any indicated tests can't figure this out, I am not sure how we can help on the medical education portion of Health Tap. ...Read more
Worried about ovarian cancer. Severe fatigue 6 mos.8 weeks severe pelvic pain left side. Weight gain. Bloating & gurgling on left side & bladder symptoms.
22 m. Frequent, urgent urination, fatigue, thirst, ab + pelvic pain, weight loss of 10lbs in three weeks. No uti, blood glucose ok. Help please, thanks.
Cannot diagnose: You need to be seen and examined and tested by a good clinician, either an experienced pcp (family practice or general internist) or an endocrinologist would be a good place to start. Bring a full detailed history of your symptoms and their timing and associations with you and be patient. The evaluation may take some time. Best wishes for a successful outcome. ...Read more
Period 3 days late. Pelvic pain in one side. Bright red gush of blood with black clots. After period grayish/pink tissue in urine accompanied by nausea. Weight gain6lbs before 8 lb weight loss after?
Pregnancy or.....: Pregnancy may be the most common reason. Other reasons include hormone imbalances (polycystic ovary syndrome, thyroid disease, pituitary problems, eating disorders). Sometimes caused by stress, but don't assume that's it. Especially with pain and a late period, you could have a tubal pregnancy, which is a serious condition. See your doctor. ...Read more
Ct scan showed enlarged ovaries, suggesting PCOS. Pelvic pain since last year, spotting+heaviness in abdomen. Normal weight no extra body hair? Possible?
Current DVT on warfarin, bv, lgil, pcos managed by metformin and diet/exercise. Stopped Yaz (drospirenone and ethinyl estradiol) after dvt, pelvic pain. Any relationship between all these?
Insulin resistance.: The Insulin resistance syndrome (ir) is the underlying cause of pcos. This is due to down-regulation of sex hormone binding globulin. Ir also causes up-regulation of several clotting factors, like fibrinogen and pai-1, the inhibitor of tpa (alteplase). Stay on the metformin, get regular exercise and follow a low glycemic index diet. ...Read more
C a gynecologist: Whether female or male, the question is too general to even guess. I'll take the rest of 400 characters to mention 2 key principles of medicine. For the knowledgable experienced doc, the DX or next specific step is in the doc's questions & and patient's answers. Second, pain is subjective for that one pt, it is otherwise unmeasurable, except within the docs mind that is listening and seeing pt. ...Read more
Pelvic Pain Common: Continuing the differential list.... Urinary bladder interstitial cystitis, pelvic inflammatory disease, scarring, an old fall with sacral or coccyx injury, childbirth, stepping off a curb funny, jamming on the brake pedal at impact, hip pain, sacroiliac pain, sexually transmitted diseases, hormone imbalances, dryness, prolapsed organs, painful sex... Men: prostatitis... You get the idea. See a dr. ...Read more
Get evaluated: Pelvic pain could be cyclic or noncyclic. Could be from Gynecologic origin or from non gyn origin or a combination of conditions. If the pain has lasted more than 6 months then we called it chronic pelvic pain. Since the pelvis harbours multiple organs, ie bladder/uterus/tubes/ovaries/bowel/muscles/joints/etc, it is important that all the potential culprits be evaluated. ...Read more
Multiple factors: The most common cause is endometriosis which presents as severe pain with menses and intercourse. You can also have painful bladder syndrome, urinary urgency/frequency/pain with full bladder/ negative urine cultures. Pelvic floor muscle spasm will cause sharp shooting pain and a sensation like something is falling out or maybe a fullness sensation in the vagina specially when sitting. Among others ...Read more
Exercise Or Physical Activity (Definition)
Exercise is a physical activity that is completed to maintain or improve health. Benefits of exercise include weight maintenance, improving mood, increasing energy, preventing or controlling chronic diseases, promoting better sleeping, and improving sex life and libido. ...Read more