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Constant severe left side pelvicpain I thought ovarian cyst sono normal painful sex&radiates to groin when climbing stairs. possible Sacroiliac joint?
Not sacroiliac: Sacroiliac joint problems don't produce those types of symptoms. Pelvic, muscular, or ligament problems are more likely. Has your gynecologist cleared you of all pelvic problems? Do you recall any strain type injuries of the lower abdomen or groin? Does your left hip bother you? If symptoms persist repeat evaluation and examination of these areas are needed. ...Read more
1 mnth back, twisted hrizontally lying right testicle to vertical.Urologist say no bell claper.No torsion.Usg normal.Still.Mild pulling pain in tissues
BELL CLAPPER: This is a term based on surgical findings of known torsed testicles. There is no literature discussing this deformity's prevalence in the general population. If tortion happens the surgical findings will be noted. The doppler ultrasound and history/physical findings will be the diagnostic tools to call it tortion . There are many causes of testis pain that are non-surgical. Support and nsaids. ...Read more
I confusingly twisted my comfortably lying right testicle.From horizontal to vertical.Holding top scrotal sac and testis.Ligament torn/injurd?
No: You really cannot tear anything so innocently. In fact i would guess that everything has moved back into its normal position by now already. I am confused by how one "confusingly twists" one's testicle? ...Read more
Severe pelvic pain when bladder is full . Right side pelvic bulge. Abdomen swelling, bloated. Right side lower abdomen bigger than left. Painfulmenses?
Needs evaluation: While I can speculate on potential causes of these symptoms, you need some serious, specific answers. That means a thorough examination plus some X-ray studies to define the problem. Start by calling your physician or gynecologist today to make an appointment to get started. ...Read more
Could be: If you are running a fever and feel like you have lost your appetite it could be your appendix. Try going up on your toes and then dropping down on your heels real hard and fast: if that hurts it could be your appendix. If you have increased pain when you hit a bump while driving it could be your appendix. Those are big signs to look for. I would go ahead and be seen just to make sure. ...Read more
Twistd hrizntaly lying right testicle to vertical.28 days.Still plling pain .Met urologist.Usg nrml.Gubernaculm/tissue injurd/dislocated?Mri helpful?
Likely still post op: Review your symptoms with your surgeon to rule out any correctable cause. ...Read more
Pelvic ultrasound(trans-veg.)shows-acutely anteverted smallish uterus-47 X 32X46 mm. right ovary endometriotic & a haemorrhagic cyst18mm-is it bad?
Extra renal pelvis : The pelvis of the kidney is middle where everything centers. As urine is made by filtering blood this area collects urine then leads out through ureters to bladder. You have a more extensive area that resides in part outside the parameters of the kidney. Sometimes the appearance of this may be the result of obstruction. In general the concern is a larger pelvis means urine is stagnant. ...Read more
Lap surgery right ovary removed (14cm cyst). Appendix too. Endometriosis on left ovary and uterus too. Normal to have pain after 6 weeks on left side?
Scrotal & abdo aching pain both sides. Swollen testis
veins. Uvsound shows no Varicocele, torsion, epididymis, UTI or kidney/appendix infection. What?
Suffering swelling and pain in lower right abdomen. Appendix removed aswell as 6cm twisted cyst on ovary right removed within a month 1 yr ago?
Cyst on left ovary fluid in the womb found on internal scan. Lower abdominal pain, irregular bleeding, left leg hip pain, gas, bloating, what is it.
Cyst: Could be the cyst or something else. Get it checked out. ...Read more
Needs exam: You need to be seen by your physician to diagnose etiology of discomfort. ...Read more
It's possible: for an ovary to not be visualized if it is positioned behind bowel loops. The ultrasound beam does not penetrate through bowel gas. If the ovary cannot be seen on transvaginal ultrasound, it can sometimes be successfully visualized on transabdominal ultrasound. If that fails, pelvic MRI is also useful. ...Read more
Could be: Many different things, from ovarian/uterine issues to left sided colon issues. It could even be from your left kidney/urinary tract system. It would be very helpful if you could provide more information in regards to the quality of the pain, what makes it better or worse, anything else going healthwise and what may have been going on when it started. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Pelvic Scan report:Bulky retroverted uterus with AP diameter 5.2cm.Endometrum thickness -18.6mm.No fibrod,cysts &Cysies.Abdominal pain still severe?
Pelvic pain: May be endometriosis or adhesions which are not readily noted on scans. Ultrasound may note larger endometriosis lesions; laparoscopy is the gold standard Adhesions are diagnosed when obstruction or at laparoscopy. Endometrium is thick - mid cycle? if not discuss w/doc. Also check disc disease. pelvic floor tension,pelvic venous congestion , interstitial cystitis/renal f/u/doc ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer