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Shooting Pain In Pelvic Area
I have been having a shooting pain around my pelvic area when i sit down or stand up. It is becoming worrisome because I cant even sit down slowly.
I have interstitial cysitis and get shooting pain like shocks in pelvic area and genital area. Also well as in lower legs. Could all be caused by ic?
Consider other!: Interstitial cystitis is a problem related to the bladder and pain related to changes in the 'lining' of the bladder. I would expect this pain to be limited to the pelvic region. The comment about radiation of the pain into your legs makes me think that something else might be going on. It is okay to revisit this with a second opinion. Ask about back and nerve related problems. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Sharp shooting pain at anus and pelvic area upon pushing during bowel movement, only during period, have spotting, have dysmenorrhea. is it normal?
Have shooting pain in my head. Dizzy off and on for couple months. Having tender bruised pelvic area for 3days now. No sex. Hurts when I stand or sit.
My lower back and pelvic area are in constant pain, numbness, shooting pain down the inside of the leg. I have hemangioma L2 1.9cm?
Severe pain i, have had this pain which i, thought was my groin area for about 3 months, i get a shooting pain near my inner groin and pelvis area when i, lift up my right leg, it is only my right side not my left side that hurts.
I, can't sleep at night
Hello. : Hello. Since this has been evaluated, no problem has been identified that requires surgery and medication is not working, recommend you consider medical acupuncture to augment your treatment. There are more md's and do's being trained in acupuncture through out the us. This can often provide assistance in functional problems when western medicine sometimes can't. I am a western trained physician, but I am so glad that acupuncture provides me with other ways to help my patients with pain. Take care. ...Read more
Twisting sharp pain on left side of chest, occasional shooting pain in pelvic bone, pain in right ear. Possible causes? Type of doc to start with?
Primary care: General medical problems are best addressed first by your family doctor, usually a specialist in Family Medicine or Internal Medicine. Many women see a specialist in Ob-Gyne as their primary care physician. If the primary care doctor sees a reason to consult a specialist based on their evaluation or testing, they will send you to the appropriate doctors! ...Read more
Fascia: It is likely that you are tightening a muscle that has an injured attachment to your body, and as you pull or contract the muscle the pain seems to radiate all along the length of the fascia cord that is injured. It is not a pinched nerve from a spine problem, and it does not come from your spine or arthritis or a disc in your lower back. www.blatmanhealthandwellness.com ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
R/O DISC DISEASE: Your description of the pain sounds neuropathic in nature . You need a full exam and focused Neuro exam. Full lab tests including TFTS /Vit b12/Vit d/ Lyme disease. If symptoms persist an you have increased knee reflexes, MRI of brain would be needed to evaluate for MS. If reflexes are weak or foot drop is present. Mri of lumbar spine is needed to rule out herniated disc or mass effect. ...Read more
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