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Vibrations In Pelvis
See OB/GYN to pinpt: The lower back. Sacral (butt) area, along with pain, and aching in the pelvic area isn't normal, and needs to be examined fully by your ob/gyn, who will know what to do, and what necessary steps to take. It could be due to a number of things involving the female organs, the GI system, the colon, and a pelvic exam will be helpful too, along with ur medical, family, trauma, social, ; sexual history. ...Read more
Pain in stomach region. Lower abdomen bloats in random places often. quite noticeable when shirtless.
Possibly IBS: I don't know the details about your condition, but you should consider the diagnosis of irritable bowel syndrome where a person gets sbdominal pain with sometimes diarrhea, sometimes constipation and of course bloating. It's a benign condition that can be fixed by modifying eating habits and sometimes requires medications. Check with your primary care to confirm the diagnosis and for treatment. ...Read more
Minor pain in lower pelvic region left.goes from left to right some times.discomfort and gases in abdomen.ultrasound abdominal and pelvic normal study
I need more informat: I need informationn such as how long have you had it.How often do you get it.Do you try to relieve it with anything?Is there anything that brings it on? ...Read more
Pain in leg crease @pelvis meets left leg.Now uncomfortable sensation in calf/toes no swelling/injury.Also have tension in lower back
Tugging feeling at the left of belly button.pain in legs,lower back n heaviness in pelvis. Calcifications in kidney.10 days to periods.is it concernin?
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Pulling ligaments.: Usually sharp sudden stabbing pains in the pelvic region have to do with ligaments stretching and pulling. The most common culprit is the round ligament. It runs on either side of the uterus and comes forward attaching into the upper part on either side of the vagina. Some women can even have throbbing in that area along with the sharp pains internally. Pelvic floor rehabilitation can be helpful. ...Read more
Sensation of something in lower left abdominal area without bulge, soreness, pain in testes. feeling tightness in left thigh sometimes down to foot.
Could be hernia.: A hernia could exist without a discernible bulge. The other symptoms are consistent with a hernia. Could also be kidney stone, an issue with the sigmoid colon, pelvic lymph node enlargement...in short, you need some testing. Blood work and a CT scan of the abdomen and pelvis would be good places to start, along with a good physical exam. ...Read more
My lower back and pelvic area are in constant pain, numbness, shooting pain down the inside of the leg. I have hemangioma L2 1.9cm?
Hemangioma and pain: The likelihood of the hemangioma causing your pain is very small. Common things being common, sciatica or piriformis syndrome are two much more likely candidates. Go see your friendly orthopedist or neurologist for a work-up. They will be able to more clearly elucidate the source of your pain. Remember, i only practice orthopedics on the weekends! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Spine nerve irritate: Spinal nerve root irritation always causes muscle spasms. If the pain is primarily due to nerve damage, there are symptoms of pins and needles, numbness, burning, shooting and sharp pains. If the pain is due to nerve irritation with predominant muscle spasm, the pain is usually aching, cramping, dull, and the muscles are stiff and tight.You will need to be evaluated by your family doctor and a. ...Read more
MRI found mass behind uterus extending towards tailbone. I have pain abdomen, bloated, leg and back pain, loss of sensation in limbs. Thoughts?
Pulsing pain in very small specific region of the thigh, feels like pain in a vein & pain in lower back above left hip, stretching makes it worse?
Legs vibrating????: Unclear what you mean "vibrating feeling". If episodic and no other symptoms then i wouldn't worry about it. As an interest, do you often have a computer on your lap and/or keep a phone in your pants pocket or on your belt? ...Read more