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Pelvic pain feeling like a pulling in pelvis. Is there some muscle in there?

Pelvic pain feeling like a pulling in pelvis. Is there some muscle in there?

Pelvic muscles: Injury to the adductor or obturator internus muscles of the pelvis can cause referred pain into the pelvic region.

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Muscle (Definition)

It is a body tissue that has the ability to contract. It shortens and generates force. It relaxes and returns to its original length. Muscles move joints, stabilize the body, move air and food through the organs, act as valves for bladder, bowel and other organs. They control movement of the eyes. They help us express ourselves by changing the shape of our ...Read more


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No period severe lower back pain loss of feeling in legs inability to walk or sit up violent muscle spasms pelvic pain frequent urination always cold?

No period severe lower back pain loss of feeling in legs inability to walk or sit up violent muscle spasms pelvic pain frequent urination always cold?

See your physician!: Some of your symptoms are very concerning, but with just a list of symptoms it's not possible to know if they are all related. Nor is it helpful to speculate on the possible causes as you need to see a physician to discuss these symptoms in detail, explain your medical history and have he or she examen you. Only then will you arrive at a diagnosis. Don't waste time trying to self diagnose>See Dr

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Scoliosis is interfering with my daily life, back muscles are imbalanced, causing back and pelvic pain. What exercises can I do to correct my imbalance?

Scoliosis is interfering with my daily life, back muscles are imbalanced, causing back and pelvic pain. What exercises can I do to correct my imbalance?

Options for treatmen: For the adolescent (Age 19) treatment for curves 40 degrees that are progressive despite brace treatment, surgery maybe indicated.? Treatment options include observation, orthoses (brace) and surgery. There is no evidence that exercise programs are effective in preventing progression.

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Pelvic pain, got muscle relaxers, now constipation. Laxative?

Pelvic pain, got muscle relaxers, now constipation. Laxative?

There are several: There are several types of laxatives. Colase is simply a stool softener but may not be adequate for your purposes. The next level up is MiraLAX (polyethylene glycol) which works by drawing water into the bowel. Avoid the more harsh laxatives such as Ex-Lax and Dulcolax which can cause permanent damage to the bowel if over-used.

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Sharp vaginal pain, feels as though my cervix is having muscule spasms/contractions. As well as stabbing pelvic pain. Help? Please and thank you.

Sharp vaginal pain, feels as though my cervix is having muscule spasms/contractions. As well as stabbing pelvic pain. Help? Please and thank you.

Pelvic pain: Pelvic pain is complex as there are several organs in the pelvis. The ovaries, fallopian tubes, uterus, cervix, bladder, appendix, intestines, colon and rectum can all be the source. Pelvic pain requires and examination to help organize the evaluation.

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Why am I having pelvic pain on my right side that feels like something is pulling? I have been trying to get pregnant for awhile now.

Why am I having pelvic pain on my right side that feels like something is pulling? I have been trying to get pregnant for awhile now.

Hard to say: A pulling sensation in the pelvis can be due to normal anatomy. It could also be due to scar tissue that may of form from a previous surgery. It could also be due to something called endometriosis. Lastly it could be due to your gastrointestinal tract and have nothing to do with your female reproductive tract.

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Pelvic pain on both sides is this caused my ovulating? Plus I'm feeling sick and been sick as well.

Pelvic pain on both sides is this caused my ovulating? Plus I'm feeling sick and been sick as well.

I don't think so: Ovulation only occurs on one side per cycle, and it usually doesn't refer to both sides. Ovulation doesn't typically cause generalized illness. You may have a virus.

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Abnormal vaginal bleesing (4 weeks straight), pelvic pain (6 months), frequent bathroom trips, and feeling full very quickly? What could it be?

See your gyn: Bleeding for 4 weeks straight is definitely abnormal and needs to be evaluated. You need an exam and bloodwork to help determine the cause of your bleeding and pain.

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Having extreme pelvic pains. I've had a constant pelvic pain (a bad ache feeling) lasting an hour now somewhat died down in between that time. Help?!

Having extreme pelvic pains. I've had a constant pelvic pain (a bad ache feeling) lasting an hour now somewhat died down in between that time. Help?!

Time Heals: I see it's been about 18 hours since you sent in this question. If you are still bothered by that pain, best if you write back with an update. Maybe be more specific about exact location and/or type of pain.

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Cause of lower pelvic pain with stretching pulling sensation?

Cause of lower pelvic pain with stretching pulling sensation?

Ligaments: In men and women this can be the presentation of an inguinal hernia. Other possibilities are ligaments stretching, irritation of the illioinguinal or genitofermoral nerves, or loosening of scar tissue from previous inguinal or low abdominal surgery. Pelvic mass is also possible. This is obviously a nonspecific sign so physical examination is key in helping to determine the cause. See your gp.

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Chronic Pelvic pain is sever today. Hurts to move/walk. It's a tender/sore feeling that radiates. March Lapscopy= no endo. What could be the problem?

Chronic Pelvic pain is sever today. Hurts to move/walk. It's a tender/sore feeling that radiates. March Lapscopy= no endo. What could be the problem?

Pain: Well for one, endometriosis may not be visible yet at age 17, so it can't be completely excluded. A variety of things could be going on like ovarian cyst, interstitial cystitis, bowel problems, appendicitis, PID and pregnancy. There's not enough info here to rule much out. You may want to do a more extensive consult or call your GYN

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Pelvic Pain (Definition)

The pelvic region refers to the lowermost portion of the abdomen, below the level of the umbilicus, and most often in the lowermost portions of the abdomen, on the sides and centrally. Discomfort, in various forms (stabbing, cramping, aching, ...Read more