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Sharp Pain In Pubic Area
Get sharp pain in pubic area when exercise legs, strech or pull something with legs, it is a few millimetes above penis and a sharp instantaneous pain?
Could be hernia: Inguinal hernia is a hole in abdominal wall where intestines can sneak through. Normally the spermatic cord and blood supply to the testicles comes through the abdominal wall in this location. A hernia enlarges this exit/hole. Bowel can get stuck in a hernia which can lead to er visits and emergency situations. An elective inguinal hernia repair is safe, effective and durable. ...Read more
I have pain an and itching in vaginal lips, generalized tiredness, dysperiunia and some times sharp pain in pubic area. Cause and treatment?
Pelvic discomfort: This requires an examination for dx.Get a more detailed answer ›
Spotted brown for a few hours 3 days later no period sore boobs sharp pain above pubic area increased appetite irregular periods could I be pregnant?
Delayed period.: Take a pregnancy test and repeat it a week later if still no period. ...Read more
I'm having sharp pain in my pubic area. I can even open my legs, or get up to move. I'm 38 weeks, im barely having contractions. But the pain is crazy.
Pubic symphysis pain: The ligament between the pubic bones (symphysis) softens and stretches in pregnancy in preparation for delivery. Sometimes the resultant laxity can be extreme causing hyper mobility of the symphysis and even separation (diastasis). This can be extremely painful with certain movements, like rolling over in bed. Not much to do now other than heat and rest- it will improve after delivery. ...Read more
18yr old female, when I stretch or twist I have a sharp pain above the pelvic/pubic area on the right side, more often when I have to pee?
Pain female: Not enough information as to what may be the cause ...Read more
A classic symptom of hip arthritis is pain that radiates to the groin. An X-ray would help identify that.
You are quite young for hip arthritis, so it may be that you have some dysfunction of the pelvic bones that a chiropractor or osteopathic doctor may be able to address.
Stretch and drink a lot of water before hand and see if that makes any difference. ...Read more
Experienced lower abdominal pubic area right side 3 months ago, episodic pain, no symptoms, not a sharp pain. Local doc says minor hernia. I'm not sure?
Sounds like: You probably have an inguinal (groin) hernia. The discomfort you describe can be due to a hernia. Hernias can slowly grow over time. Follow up with your doctor & follow their recommendations. Surgical repair of the hernia will likely become necessary at some point in time. ...Read more
Is it possible that a pinched nerve can cause pain in the pubic bone area? Like a small sharp pain comes & goes. Also n thighs/pelvic & lumbar region
I get sharp pain in my lower right side of abdomen just above pubic bone and pain in same area of lower back. Normally no tenderness but is today?
See your doctor: Could be many things, and should be evaluated. ...Read more
Hello I have a sharp pain on my pubic bone and it affects my urinary system where by it gets painful when I have to go to the toilet what can it be?
Painful urinitation: MAY be from an infection. Please see your doctor who will tell you what is happening and treat you. Peace and good health. ...Read more
Sharp pain in lower right side but down near hip, close to pubic region. More likely ovarian cyst or appendicitis?
Sharp pain right side 1.5" from right hip, 5" slightly diagonal from pubic bone, radiates front to back. Started menstrual cycle a little over 48 hour?
Unsure: Could be several things. If it is severe or persists more than several hours then you should be evaluated. Sorry but the list of possible causes is long. With any type of abdominal/pelvic pain, best to be seen. If any fevers, vomiting, diarrhea, sudden worsening of pain, please be seen right away. Sorry this was not more helpful. Best of luck with this. Dr R ...Read more
Pregnancy Pain: Not normal but it is common.Get a more detailed answer ›
Microscopic hematuria. Sharp pain at pubic bone line. Not too bad. Periodic. Pain radiates to bowels. Stools formed but with lots of loose flecks.?
Hematuria: Even if it is microscopic is abnormal. If it persists, you need to make sure that nothing is going on in bladder, ureters, or kidneys. Pain in pubic area can come from bladder infection. Not sure about your stool problem. Consult with your doctor to make sure. ...Read more
Anti-inflammatory: Upper back pain usually comes from a degenerative joint or disc. Sometimes it's from a muscle strain or sprain. It is common for this type of pain to refer to the head as well as shoulder blade. Early treatment options include a short course of nsaids (advil, aleve), gentle massage, moist heat, and focusing on posture. If pain lasts greater than 2 weeks see your physician. ...Read more
Difficult to tell: If the pain is brief and does not recur, I would not worry about it. You may never find the cause. It could be a number of things eg ovulatory pain, rupture of a small ovarian cyst, gas pain from the bowel, referred pain from the bladder, etc. Persistent pain should be evaluated. If you are sexually active always exclude pregnancy. ...Read more
Musculotendinous: 30's male w. Chronic unilateral rhomboid muscle region pain suggests localized tendonitis. No history of trauma given, but concern arises for strenuous athletics or weight lifting. An osteopath can diagnose, and a physical therapist can assist in resolution. Ergonomics must also be considered. Heat, massage, and acupuncture might benefit. Eventually, a single cortisone injection might benefit. ...Read more
Needs to be checked: It could be bladder or urinary tract infection. Sometimes passing gas, constipation, lower gastrointestinal tract infection, and even appendicitis could have similar signs and symptoms. Start with, your primary care physician with an exam. You may ultimately need imaging of your pelvis, urine sample, blood work up, etc. ...Read more
Shingles?: This could be an early sign of shingles, the skin rash caused by reactivation of an old chickenpox virus that lays dormant for years in a peripheral nerve. I saw 1 case of "chest pain" that was extensively evaluated, only for a classic shingles rash to pop out after seven days! Injury and heavy breathing during exercise are possible. See a doctor if it persists, worsens or a rash occurs. ...Read more
While I was walking, I got a sharp pain in my cranial and digital area. What cause possibly cause this to occur?
Sharp pain: Occasionally one spot in the brain perceives pain coming from 2 seemingly unrelated areas of the body. An example is with certain heart attacks where discomfort may be felt in the chest and the jaw simultaneously. ...Read more
Have sharp pain at naval area that comes and goes. This is around the same are sterilisation op was done. 47 years old and worried. Please help?
Requires exam: And testing:cannot be diagnosed online.Get a more detailed answer ›
What could cause sudden onset sharp pain in the middle back? Edit I've now got a dry, painful cough too, causing pain to be felt over larger area.
I have a sharp pain on my lower left side when laying on it, 3 months ongoing. Also occurs when pressure is applied to the area or if I move suddenly.
If this has been this long, then you need to see your gyn. It may not be anything but if it is in your pelvis then you may need an ultrasound. If lower abdomen then you may need a CT but first. You need a good physical exam.
Let your doctor tell you what you need. ...Read more
Sharp pain in lower left area. Could this be appendicitis? Sharp pain in lower left area. Could this be appendicitis? Sharp pain in lower left area. Could this be appendicitis? Sharp pain in lower left area. Could this be appendicitis
Cannot tell: Here online. Needs a complete medical history, physical examination & appropriate testing. See a doctor asap if you are concerned. ...Read more
Sharp pain: You failed to provide enough information for us to tell you what exactly it can be. Otherwise, we would be guessing, which is no good. Get back with us with further description or request a private consult. ...Read more