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Tsh is 1.64, high metabolism, low fat, upper back muscle pain, frequent cramps, testicle vericose, heriditory hand tremors, is all this connected ?
No: Sounds like a lot of things that are all separate to me. Good luck for your future. You have many bright years ahead! ...Read more
The testicles are the two oval male gonads, or reproductive glands, located in the scrotum. The seminiferous tubules of the testis are the site of spermatogenesis and its leydig cells secrete testosterone. The term testicles is synonymous with testes or gonads. The singular form is ...Read more
My take is: Your jumping-induced testicular cramps leads me to assume you're young and active. But just this tad of information is not enough to draw a conclusion. But clinically, such pain may result from brief twitch to a fine nerve fiber or muscle at action or jerking to twist testicles.To sort things out, need a more detailed analysis of the onset, degree, duration, evolution, and progress of the pain... ...Read more
Cramps in penis and testicles. It pulls penis back in not painful. Cramp also pulls on testicles. Almost feels like when in the winter it shrinks back?
Need an Exam: Your statement, not really a question, may be the very definition of when one needs to go see the doctor. Please sign off of the internet and get to your family doctor today. ...Read more
Sometimes while im asleep i get real bad cramps in my stomach & acute pain in one of my testicles.
After masturbation I get a cramp in my left buttox and throw the region in the area between my testicles and anus. My left testicle is also raised?
Cramp: If there is any pain you should get examined today otherwise you should improve ...Read more
Cramp in left testicle and perineum, before passing gas or stool. pain comes and goes, masturbation relieves pain for days. (rarely masturbates)?
Testicular pain: Pain is not normal and in that area you should not wait anymore and get examination soon ...Read more
I get a very bad pain in my testicles and perineum area. the pain is a cramp, and it hurts A LOT. When i release gas or pass a stool, the pain goes.
Here are some...: By the reported sequence of events, all your symptoms might be related to the distension of rectosigmoid colon by gas & stool. However, such remains to be seen & confirmed by further observation. However, it is not that hard to figure what you experienced could be by following suggestion in articles listed in http://formefirst.com/onDealSickness.html. But, always seek urgent care if unbearable... ...Read more
Hello :) im experiencing cramps in my pelvis especially at the right part. When i stand it becomes more painful.thank you :)?
See Gyn>sonogram: Generally, cramps in the right side of the pelvis becoming more painful on standing may be due to a number of causes.One cause could be a large ovarian cyst,which can be quite heavy> would tug on adjacent structures as you stand.For proper diagnosis and treatment you should consult with your gynecologist who will examen you and order an ultrasound.I know you are worried but UN- likely to be cancer ...Read more
Bowel: Various bowel problems can cause lower abdominal cramping and should be evaluated by your dr. Ovarian cysts can cause cramping in the genital tract if they bleed, leak, or intermittantly twist. Finally, endometriosis can also cause pain and cramping. All should be evaluated by your dr. ...Read more
I ve been having problems for about a year now I thought it was a yeast infection or maybe an STD but I ve been tested and had paps done I m now having throbbing pain in my pelvic area on either side of my pelvis but it s not the same pain as period cramp
Call the doctor: Sounds like you are not making any progress. See your doctor and make clear to him/her what's going on; if he/she doesn't help you further, get another doctor. ...Read more
I have pain on my right side coming from my pelvis area. It happens right before my cycle starts and gets worse with cramps. What's causing this?
Sacroiliac joint: 20's with right pelvic premenstrual pain likely has sacroiliac joint, SIJ, subluxation/ligamentous stretch due to hormone Relaxin, which is secreted at this time in the menstrual cycle; evoking pelvic ligament laxity. Weight loss, yoga, and SIJ belt might be therapeutic. A negative pelvic ultrasound might help to solve the differential diagnosis. ...Read more
Many possibilities: If the menses were normal and the pain moderate or less, this is not likely serious --but the likely cause may be intestinal (especially if left sided), ovarian (?Ovulation ) or muscular-or other. Acetaminophen and time may solve your problem. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My sister has constant cramps in her pelvis. It is unrelated to her menstrual cycle. What could cause this?
See her doctor: It could be a number of causes including an infection. ...Read more