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Sit Ups And Irritating Prostatitis
Core Exercises: Typically core strengthening exercises are the best to help relieve pressure and forces in the spine. I would try and google some or look them up on youtube to see descriptions. If you can do them yourself, wonderful otherwise ask your doctor to get a referral to a good physical therapist for further assistance. If you hurt that much, recommend getting imaging studies to see whats up. ...Read more
Hurts to contract pelvic floor muscle, sharp pain in pelvic floor, pressure on it or coughing hurts and it started after trying sit ups. What happened?
Probably not much: Might help with power but not speed. Generally the power in a punch comes from the hip rotation and not the arms (ask a karate or kung fu instructor to explain/demonstrate this - or try punching without rotating your hips!). Speed comes from being relaxed as you initially throw the punch and not tightening your arm until just before impact. If your muscles are tense you can't throw a fast punch! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Just for your arms.: Push ups and pull ups if done properly will strengthen your back, shoulders, chest and forearms. You can add properly done lunges or knee bends, squat thrusts, windmills, jumping jacks, sit ups or calf raises to round out your workout. Search the web for "Calisthenics" to get more specific information and to use the pictures to make sure you are doing them properly. ...Read more
30,M.Chronic knee pain,1yr. Sitting on chair and bending knees increases while mild squats reduces pain.I sit long duration to study.MRI- NAD. Reason?
Yes: Reasonable if recommended by treating physicianGet a more detailed answer ›
Lifting heavy objects at work now lower back hurts to bend sit or go to standing position stabbing and dull also pain in buttocks and groin help?
Can you inflame your urethra? Clear pelvic ultrasound, prostate ok, urine good but wax /wane penial pain & sore to touch when pressing. Lay off sex?
Uretheral pain: Sounds like non-specifiic/non-gonoccoccal urethritis. You need antibiotics-like doxycycline or levaquin (levofloxacin) if suspect e coli, can be from female or from E coli from rectal area in male with enlarged prostate.. F/u w/urologist http://www.idph.state.il.us/public/hb/hbngu.htm ...Read more
Not so much: The cardio benefits to doing so many push-ups and sit-ups would be pretty limited, and it is the cardio that burns calories leading to the results you are describing. More common exercises for this are typically jogging, bicycle, elliptical, aerobics among others. You might consider working with a trainer. ...Read more
Not too frequent but i get abdominal pain that radiates to back, pelvic, lower back with some diarrhea and urge to push. Goes away after few minutes?
Tight pants aggravate prostatitis and severe burning of urinatioin?Whats the solution for tight office pant?Is prostatitis curable permanently?How?
Clothing: I am sorry, but this is a question that medicine has no answer for. I cannot even imagine how any kind of clothing would affect the prostate gland which is inside of you and not in any contact to clothing. Your question makes me wonder if you have the right diagnosis. ...Read more
Wat causes frequent uti's in lil girl.No sit down baths, only use dove soap, wipes correct, did 4 mos of antibiotics and still gets UTI and wets pants y?
Boost immunity: Boosting body's natural immunity can really help prevent frequent infections even in someone who might have them because of a deviation in the anatomy/structure of the urinary tract. Taking a zinc supplement 5-10 mg/day, vitamin D3 2k IU/day, and a good probiotic (Probonix) daily might really help solve the problem since they up-regulate immunity and reduce inflammation. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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