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Swollen Pelvic Bone
I am having a persistent pain on my right side between the ribcage and the pelvic bone. The right side it swollen and hurts to move or even walk. this has been going on for over a week now. I feel like I have gas on the rightside of my abdomen area all th
Bone is a living growing tissue made mostly of collagen (protein that provides soft framework) & the mineral calcium phosphate that adds strength & hardens the framework. Two types of bone are found in the body; cortical (dense compact outer layer) & trabecular (makes up inner layer, ...Read more
I have been having severe right hip pain and it feels like my leg bone is rubbing into my pelvic bone an now its swollen n my leg goes completely numb?
Evaluate ASAP: Have evaluated asap for possible vascular problem/clot, infection. ...Read more
Infected ingrown and when to see a dr i had an ingrown hair between my pelvic bone and belly button that became swollen and full of puss. It looked like a pimple. I mistakenly squeezed it and tried popping it. Instead I have a knot next to it and i bel
It : It sounds as though your ingrown hair became infected and turned into a boil. Boils usually start out as tender, red areas which become hard and then eventually develop a "head" of white pus. Once this drains, the area usually heals on its own. Most of these are caused by staphylococcus aureas, a common bacteria found on the skin. Occasionally, however, the can be caused by mrsa, the antibiotic resistent kind of staph bacteria. Next time you develop one of these infections, start out by applying warm compresses to the area to help draw the infection out. Then, you should see your doctor so that they can drain it, test for what bacteria is causing it and be able to treat you appropriately - sometimes with antibiotics, sometimes just with drainage. If you ever develop fever, chills, or feel ill with this infection, call your doctor immediately. Also, spreading redness and swelling around the area means the infection is worsening and you may need antibiotics. You can try and prevent these infections by practicing good hygiene and using anti-bacterial soaps. Your doctor may have other suggestions for prevention. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I get hard swollen knots on each side of my lower stomach towards my pelvis bone (I think when Im ov but idk) followed with bad pain what could it be?
LYMPH NODES?: If these knots are located at the flexion point between the thigh and the pelvis (inguinal region), they could be swollen lymph nodes. If my description fits your condition, you should see a local doctor for a full examination and blood work up. The different conditions that could cause bilateral swelling of the lymph nodes is quite broad and some conditions can be serious. ...Read more
I have several very tender knots just above my left pelvis bone. There is no skin irritation. I'm concerned it is swollen lymph node.
Needs medical examin: If you have palpable knots, you should go to your PCP and have a medical examination to check you and to determine what these knots are. Lymph nodes are typically located in the groin areas, not above the hip bones(that sounds more like abdomen or lower back of your torso. A medical check up is recommended soon. ...Read more
Have swollen lymph nodes around pubic bone. Vaginal discomfort, feels swollen. Little odorless discharge, pelvis feels tender. Is it yeast infectio?
Atypical for yeast: These are not typical symptoms for yeast, which doesn't cause enlarged lymph nodes or pevlic tenderness -- but both may depend on exactly where the discomfort is located. Other infections are more likely; or a non-infectious cause. Herpes or another STD might be possible, but of course only if you are at risk (new or unsafe partner, etc). Best to not speculate and see a doctor ASAP. Good luck. ...Read more
Frequent urination, hard/sore nipples, swollen breasts, bloating, pain when pushing on uterus/above pelvic bone, acne, fatigue..Can i be pregnant?
Possibly, but..: These are also symptoms of just the normal monthly changes we as menstruating women experience around that time of the month as well. Could just be part of your "normal" cycle. If you had unprotected sex in the last month, it may not hurt to check a pregnancy test as well, but my guess is it's the normal hormonal changes most of us experience month to month. Could also consider UTI? ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Monitoring Centers: Lymphatic system absorbs/carries things too big to go into the arteries/veins like bacteria eaten by white cells and digested food. Lymph nodes "taste" the lymph for anything bad like bacteria, viruses, cancers, etc. When it detects a problem, it alerts the immune system and your body reacts. They enlarge in response to the inflammation they create when they react. They shrink when all is well. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
It does not keep gro: You are not crazy, but at your age pelvic bone is not really a single bone.Pelvic skeleton is formed in back by sacrum and coccyx, in front and left and right by two hip bones which connect the spine with the lower limbs.They are attached to the sacrum in the back and each other in front and joined to two femurs at the hip joint.So here you have your pelvic bones.If you feel some growth see md. ...Read more
Ice: Rice: rest - don't walk around a lot on it if it hurts to. Ice - ice compresses, 20 minutes every hour. Compression - wrap in an ace bandage or a neoprene wrap. Elevation - put your foot up on a chair, ideally elevate above the heart if it's really swollen. If it's not getting better in a day or two go see a doctor. ...Read more
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