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Severe pelvic pain after running. Is that an STD sign?

Severe pelvic pain after running. Is that an STD sign?

Not likely: Stds are caused by either bacterial or infections. They can be brought on by stress but aside from that are not really exercises associated. Also, "pelvic" pain must be differentiated from "pelvic girdle" pain. They are very different entities with a multitude of different causes. If female, first see your gyn. If all is okay there, then see a physiatrist who specializes in pelvis/biomechanics. ...Read more

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Dr. Robert Killian
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Std (Definition)

This is a disease which can be transmitted from one person to another person through sexually related activities. This does not limit these activities to heterosexual intercourse, but encompasses all modalities of human-to-human sexual activity. It does not include illnesses that may make an individual more susceptible to a condition because of a sexual ...Read more


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I am having severe pelvic pain off and on during the day for the last month. I am also running a low grade fever of 99.1. What could this be?

I am having severe pelvic pain off and on during the day for the last month. I am also running a low grade fever of 99.1. What could this be?

PID: Your symptoms can be caused by many conditions. You should see your gyn to determine what it could be. Possibilities include pelvic inflammatory disease, ovarian cysts or gastrointestinal reasons. ...Read more

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It's my 1st time to experience few bleeding & severe pelvic pain after sex. before that is abnormal vaginal discharge. what may be the problem?

It's my 1st time to experience few bleeding & severe pelvic pain after sex. before that is abnormal vaginal discharge. what may be the problem?

Check with your doc: There are lots of reasons someone might have pain after sex. If the pain is in the vagina, make sure you are well lubricated prior to intercourse, either naturally or with a water based lubricant. If the pain is deeper in the pelvis it is a more complex issue that you will have to work through with your physician. Bleeding after sex may indicate an infection as well, so see a doctor to check. ...Read more

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Severe pelvic pain & the clotting endometriosis, should I go to er?

Yes: If you are having severe unusual pain and more bleeding/ clots than normal you should be evaluated by a doctor. ...Read more

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Im having severe pelvic pain with my pregnancy and I've tried everything. What should I do? Should i goto hospital?

Im having severe pelvic pain with my pregnancy and I've tried everything.  What should I do?  Should i goto hospital?

Phone triage: Most obstetricians have an answering service. Before heading to the hospital call your doctors office and see if he/she will call you back. Certainly there are non urgent causes of pelvic pain in pregnancy like round ligament syndrome. A quick discussion over the phone may be helpful and will take less time than going to the hospital. ...Read more

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I have ic and endometriosis I have been dealing with severe pelvic pain and also lower back pain i need to find some help on what's going on with me i ?

Hang in there: Pelvic pain can be tough to treat/manage. Both of these can be the culprit but its important to confirm the diagnos(es) and make sure treatments are targeting both. Also physical therapy can be helpful. Ultimately, the answer is complicated and you should speak to a doctor that you trust. ...Read more

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I have severe pelvic pain should I go to the ER or the lady dr?

Depends: If you also have a fever, go to the er. If there is no fever and the pain is tolerable, you'll get more experienced care (better) by going to a gynecologist who knows you. ...Read more

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I have severe pelvic pain which intensifies with intercourse. Have spoke with gyno and she has found no probs. What should I do next?

I have severe pelvic pain which intensifies with intercourse.  Have spoke with gyno and she has found no probs.  What should I do next?

Pelvic pain: Given that there is no gyn issues you would also want to see a urologist to ensure there is no urological issue. If this comes back okay then seek the input of a pain specialist. ...Read more

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Dr. Luis Gonzalez
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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


Dr. Jerome Yaklic
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Severe Pelvic Pain (Definition)

Severe pelvic pain is a symptom in which a person has great pain in the lowest part of the tummy. Severe pelvic pain is usually an emergency. Causes include rupture of an organ, ...Read more