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See a doctor: Without further history and the ability to do an exam cannot forward a diagnosis. See somebody who can and get this evaluated. Good luck. ...Read more
I have severe pubic pain that radiates to my lower back. I was diagnosed with pubalgia. I'm a new mom, can this be the cause, I was treated for PID also?
Symphysis pubis: This joint is in the front of the pelvic girdle bony ring, and can be torsed, sprained, and loosened by birthing. If this is the case you might research a sacroiliac joint belt (boa. Com) for symptomatic relief. An osteopath can try to adjust and follow you. This can be a difficult problem. If an "hernia" is suggested, seek a second opinion. ...Read more
Experiencing achy right side pubic pain when palpated for 5 weeks. Labs are normal and transvaginal and abdominal U/S normal?
I have pubic pain it is swollen and urinary frequency. This pain get worse with frequency. My pubic bone gets out of place per my chiropractor. Causes?
See details: Pubic bones do not go out of place. That is absurd. You may simply have a urinary infection. See a doctor and not a chiropractor for this issue. ...Read more
Hubby had pubic pain. Very constipated. Went last sun to clinic. 2 xrays = diagnosis of constipation. Message today to call rn asap. Closed! What might radiologist see? Colonoscopy @ 2 yrs. W 3 B9 polyps.
No guessing here: I am very sorry to hear of this situation. But any answer here would just be guessing. Perhaps you should page your family doctor and ask for their help. ...Read more
I've pimples one on each shoulder and one on my stomach filled with pus painless. Also have pubic pain where the shaft meets the pubic area no bumps.
I have a diarrhoea and also mild dull aching stomach pain for past two days. Intermittent pubic pain also. What's the remedy (food)and drug.
I just had a c section 4 days ago. I don't have a strong urge to urinate. I have abdominal and pubic pain. My left labia minora is now swollen.....
See your surgeon: Its normal to have some pain and swelling after a c/section. If it is excessive, you need to be seen and examined. There are causes of your symptoms that can be serious such as an infection or bleeding. Best wishes! ...Read more
I have dull aching pubic pain without any trauma or swelling. What is the treatment... and also stomach pain?
Muscle or bone maybe: Pain in this area may be muscular pain or pain from the bone. With all of the surgery you have had there can be scarring or other issues that need attention. Your physician can have you see people such as gastroenterology or your previous surgeon, but I can't help clarify the issues you were feeling. ...Read more
Many: Could be many reasons and x-ray is a very important part of the diagnosis. Specially in females there is a condition called osteitis_pubis, could be due to due to trauma of the pelvis, urinary bladder pathology can give pelvic pain too. In male prostate problems can produce that pain. Some other test such as bone scan can be helpful. ...Read more
No.: Acute cystitis is inflammation of the bladder either by an infection or some other irritant. It usually causes urinary problems like increased frequency, urgency, discomfort when urinating, but will not cause testicular pain. You should see your doctor for an exam and further advice. ...Read more
It depends: This problem can only be solved by seeing your doctor and being evaluated face-to-face. After a thorough examination, your doctor should be able to tell you what's wrong and what to do about it. ...Read more
Had lavh 18 months ago. Over last few months been getting sharp aching pains all across pubic area. Pain can get worse when weeing or pooing.
Pubic area pain: You're far enough out that something else might be going on. If you're ovaries were left intact that could be the issue. I probably would start with ruling out a urinary tract infection first. It might be of value to ask your gyn if you had a mild rectocoele or cystocoele as these can get worse with time especially if overweight. A last thought might be vaginal cuff prolapse. ...Read more
Recurrent folliculitis in axillary and pubic region, pain and pus, kindly. Recommend some antibiotic?
Yes: Your pubis bone is part of your pelvis. All the best. ...Read more
4w postpartum discharge tinged with blood and pubic bone pain. My delivery was assisted by forceps and suffered a 2nd degree tear. Are symptoms normal?
What causes the sudden onset of pubic bone pain (outside labia) 2 weeks after partial bilateral vulvectomy - no lymph nodes removed?
Severe stabbing pelvic pain in lower left side above pubic bone. Pain is 8/10. Prior hysterectomy and cysts. Should I go to er?
Severe pelvic pain: Whenever you have severe pelvic pain after "Hysterectomy and cyst" if one ovary WAS LEFT BEHIND then you can have ruptured cyst or problem with cyst as torsion or ruptured of cyst which will present as your complaints, other lower GI or GU pathology not able to rule out. If persisted over 24 to 48 hours you should see your Dr. ASAP. Best of luck. ...Read more
I have been having pubic bone pain. I am in my teens and I am not sexually active. I am very worried. I am on my menstrual cycle could that be it?
See Your Doctor Now: 16 yrs, "pubic bone pain"; no other details given. It will be necessary to distinguish if you have actual bone pain vs. An abdominal process causing this pain. Examination is needed to make that determination. Menstrual pain is usually felt in pelvic region but does not cause bone pain. More details about your menstrual cycle are also needed. See your doctor now for correct diagnosis & treatment. ...Read more
26, 5weeks w/emergent cerclage. Have pubic bones pain (one side or both sides on and off, as if its bruised)radiating back to tailbone. Chance of dilation?
Maybe: Symptoms could be a sign that you are dilating. Have OB examine. ...Read more
Injured self somehow & had pubic shearing & si joint inflammation. Saw d.O. & he adjusted pubic bone. Pain was gone for a month. Now pain is back! Why?
Somatic dysfunction: Treatment of certain conditions may provide long lasting pain/symptom free interval. By not addressing the cause & prevention, symptoms are bound to return. Either way, it sounds like a success story so far; you were able to go without pain meds for a month by receiving a benign treatment. Go back & tell your do you want the pain gone now! & don't want it to ever come back. ...Read more
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Is it normal for Accutane to cause pubic bone pain? (the pain is right above my bladder, could also be muscle pain, seems to be worse after sex.)
Don't think so: There is a small piece of cartridge called the pubic symphysis the can get inflamed. Try a different position so that area gets less pressure. Also the bladder is in there and if peeing more or having pain could be a contributor. I don't think the accutaine is adding to the problem but google it and stay off the complaint patient page. Look for pain in bone or cartlidge, not just pubic bone. ...Read more
What can cause burn after urinating, pubic bone pain, having to go pee a lot and a little bit of groin pain? Never had unprotected sex?
It could be Bladder: Bladder infections are quite common in sexually active young women. It has nothing to do with unprotected sex. Your symptoms suggest that is what you likely have. It is called cystitis. You will need a short course of antibiotics for which you need to go see you doctor tomorrow; otherwise your infection can spread to your kidney and cause fevers pretty soon. ...Read more
Constipation? Spots below navel all the way across to hip bones, and pain that goes down inner thigh along sides of pubic bone, pain in low back an quad
See a doctor soon: Low back pain that radiates to you leg and is associated with constipation requires urgent evaluation by doctor. Possibilities include degenerative disks in back resulting in nerve compression, or worse (infection or tumor causing same). Your doctor likely will do thorough neurological exam initially. ...Read more
I have pubic bone pain and urinary frequency. Doctor ordered a transvaginal ultrasound that came back clear. Could it be ovarian cancer? (age28, brca)
Probably not: It is very unlikely to have ovarian cancer at 28yo. A negative ultrasound doesn't necessarily rule it out but is a good indicator that the ovaries are ok at this time. If you are brca positive, then you should have an ultrasound and ca125 test every 6 months which may help a little but even better is to remove ovaries once you have completed your family. ...Read more
Hi I have a buzzing vibrating feeling to the far left side of my pubic bone, no pain just buzzing, what could this be?
Other people report: In trying to research your symptom of buzzing, I have learned it is not uncommon. It is more common in women who have a coil-like IUD in place, but it occurs in others as well. The mechanism must involve a small nerve, similar to an eyelid twitch. I don't believe it is the sign of something more ominous down the road, such as MS. It can be classified as a minor annoyance, and you can be reassured. ...Read more
A pimple has grown on my pubic area. Its paining and its red in colour. How to get rid out of it?
Warm compresses: Washcloth in warm/hot water - place it on the boil until it cools completely. Do this 5-6 times a day. ...Read more
One Pinkish white Flesh colored bump in between testicular sac and pubic region. No pain, tired to pop, it bled (little pain) Size half of a small pea
Be seen: See your health care provider to assess if it needs treatment ...Read more