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Pinching Pain In Pelvic Area
Lower pain in pelvic area.In my pelvic bone down towards my urine area is painful, walking, standing make it hurt worse.Why?
Many reasons: The best thing is to consult with your family physician and have him/her examine you to give you and accurate idea of the cause of your complaint. ...Read more
Pain in urethea area of vagina that randomly comes and goes and worse when i walk ihave pelvic discomfort but no cramp painful sex no stds. Hernia?
Doubtful: Hernia pain usually is present in the groin - to one side or another from the pubic bone. Can occasionally cause deep pelvic pain, but not typically in the urethral and it also wouldn't typically cause painful intercourse (dyspareunia). Hope this helps! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Sex is very painful, i get deep pain that seems to spread through my pelvic area with each thrust. What could be causing it? We've tried lubrication.
Infection: I am afraid that you may have an infection. Please see a professional. You should be examined. ...Read more
Hard painful lumps on both sides of my uteris also swallon pelvic area and severe pain when urinating?
Sounds like: You have a bladder infection. Swollen pelvic area and lumps in the area could mean uterine fibroids or less likely, ovarian cancer. You need to be seen by a doctor right away. ...Read more
Cause of severe pain deep in the pelvis area, on rt side. Difficult walk &stand so painful. Not present 24/7, on &off?
Lots of possibilitie: See your doctor. Long list if things it could be... ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have had painful stabbing like pain on the right side of my abdominal. It hurts in random spots from under my rib cage to my pelvis area?
See Doctor: Pain like you describe is a concern. Many possibilities from kidney stone to appendicitis. It may be a pulled muscle or gas pain. There is no way to tell without an an exam so i recommend that you see your doctor. ...Read more
Hello I have a lump in my pelvic area possibly about the size of a golf ball at time is painful! is this something to be alarmed about?
Yes: Anything the size of a golf ball, that wasn't there in the past, and isn't suppose to grow there, should be worried about. The "pelvic area" doesn't describe exactly where the golf ball is, so a primary care doctor can look to see where it really is. Possibilities include: hernia, enlarged lymph node, cyst, etc... ...Read more
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