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Stomach Pulse After Working Out At The Gym
18 year old with pulsing stomach have stress and anxiety was skinny and gained a couple of pounds the last few months stopped working out cause concus?
Broken tailbone, which has led to coccydynia. I receive injections monthly to help with the pain and inflammation. My stomach cannot handle the Mobic/NSAIDs. I do take a tyl/pain med. I have started working out about 1.5 week in and now the pulsing and w
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My 18 year old son was having some stomach pain while working out (xc) and the coach sent him to see the school's physical therapist. The pt noticed that my son had a strong heart pulse left of the belly button and suggested that he see a doctor for a po
Get checked out: Depending on a persons body build, the aorta may be easily felt. A simple test may be an ultrasound to evaluate the size of the aorta or to look for look for problems, such as an aortic dissection (tear in the lining of the aorta). Better to get it checked and find nothing wrong rather than ignoring it and worrying. ...Read more
It depends: A little bit more information is needed here. Most likely this is muscle strain from overuse, but it could be a visceral problem like an ulcer or abdominal aortic aneurysm. If it only happened once I would write it off as over use, but if it keeps happening you should probably get it checked out with a medical professional. ...Read more
Tried scissors?: Workouts that incorporate hip flexion, such as leg lifts, scissors, pulse-ups work the lower abs. Don't forget about your obliques which contribute to your 'v' as well. ...Read more
Why is it that I exercise at the gym but my stomach seems to be getting bigger but only the lower abs..
In the beginning...: When you start exercising usually the muscle grow before the fat gets burned. What is means is that you see that your stomach is bigger because most likely your muscles are growing faster than you are burning the fat. As you continue your exercise routine you will start losing the fat as well and you will see the desired results. Don't give up, keep up the good work! ...Read more
When at the gym I work out my thighs and then lay on my stomach or something it hurts my thighs why is this? If I put pressure on the front of them
You are working. ...: The muscles on the front of the thighs (quadriceps, or quads). Strength training involves stressing our muscles just enough that there are very small tears. When we rest for the next 48-72 hrs, these micro tears heal, making the muscle stronger. That's why rest is a vital part of training. Soreness for the 1st 24 hrs after w/o is normal, as long as it gets better over the next 48hrs. ...Read more
I was at the gym doing ab exercises and I got a weird pain in my groin area that ran a little to the bottom of my stomach what can it be?
May have: Irritated the ilioinguinal nerve, through compression during your core exercise, as the nerve passes the inguinal (groin) area. Keep an eye on this as it may also represent a developing hernia or other scrotal/testicular issues. If you develop severe constant pain of the testicle seek urgent help. ...Read more
Anatomy: Many people can feel their abdominal aorta in their abdomen. What is your specific concern? ...Read more
Stomach pulse?: Thinner people can often feel the pulse of the abdominal aorta if they press upon the center of the abdomen. We can also sometimes feel this pulse transmitted across the liver, which can sit upon the aorta. But have a doctor evaluate it to make sure it’s normal for you. ...Read more
See a doctor.: You should get checked out asap. Sometimes an enlargement in the abdominal aorta, which is the large blood vessel that carries blood to your lower extremities, could cause a pulsatile sensation which can be audible w/ a stethoscope. ...Read more
Pulsatile aorta: This could be a pulsatile aorta which is common in young & thin individuals bit if present in older patients needs to be screened via ultrasound of abdominal aorta to rule out enlargement. ...Read more
The Abdominal Aorta: See questions: https://www. Healthtap. Com/#user_questions/706922 https://www. Healthtap. Com/#user_questions/932037 & study the anatomy of the vehicle you are diving for a lifetime. This is a portion of what docs do in medical school. But they are not in charge of your body, do no live your life, have other priorities & are largely paid only for disease, not health + you have the most vested interest. ...Read more
See a doctor ASAP: A main artery, the aorta, runs from the heart down to the abdomen, called the abdominal aorta. If the walls of the vessel weaken and the artery bulges out like a big balloon, you may feel a mass in your stomach region and feel a pulsation. If this is the cause, get it seen soon because if the wall of the artery bursts, you will bleed to death rapidly. ...Read more
Feeling Aortic Pulse: Most likely you are feeling the pulse of the abdominal aorta, (about middle, below ribs & above navel) much easier to feel in slender people because it is behind all the intestines, in front of the vertebra (back bone) & becomes more difficult to feel with increasing fat stored around the organs within the abdomen (called visceral fat). See: https://www. Healthtap. Com/#user_questions/706922. ...Read more
What does it mean if I can feel a pulse in my stomach when I'm laying on my side or directly on my stomach?
Pulse in body: Our pulse can be felt throughout the body, easier in some spots than other, e.g., the wrist or the neck. Feeling a pulse in your stomach is normal but for peace of mind and to rule out anything else you might sense see your doc. He/she will put your mind at ease. ...Read more
I'm not thin, have a normal BP (110/80) but I can feel my abdominal pulse and it's also visible. Is this normal?
Likely: Likely normal but your doctor should examine you to rule out potentially serious conditions such as an enlarged abdominal aorta. ...Read more
When I lie down I feel pulse at right side of abdomen, no pain fortunately. Does it mean something wrong with my right kidney?
Not necessarily...: It is virtually impossible to palpate the kidney when doing an abdominal exam unless you have a large mass. It is possible to hear any murmurs from affected blood vessels though but you need a stethoscope for that. If you feel there is any pulsating structure in the right side of your abdomen I would have someone take a look and check you. Could be a normal finding as well. ...Read more
I have a pulse in my stomach and had it for a while now it sometimes comes with pain other it don't, could you tell me what It is?
Aorta: Most often, a pulse felt in your abdominal area, especially if thin, is your abdominal aorta pulsation that you are feeling. This is a normal occurrence in the majority of cases. If concerned, let your Dr. Know what you are feeling and they can confirm the issue, especially if you are having pain in your abdominal area (that may or may not be related to the pulse). Best wishes. ...Read more
2 days while descending on stair I felt a painful spasm in left abdomen... Since then I can feel my left side pulsing every now and then. Why?
When I lay on my back I feel a pulse in my stomach sometimes its strong sometimes I don't feel it at all usually when im anxious19 6'0 165lb what is it
Pulsation: You may be feeling pulsation from your abdominal aorta. Check it with the pulse in your arm. ...Read more