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What Causes Pain In The Pelvic Area
Pelvic joints: The bony pelvis is a ring with three joints. If one of the joints is loose, when the ring encounters the ground force of the sleep surface, the force translates around the ring to the loose joint and thereat stretches the ligaments of this joint. Stretched ligaments hurt. In cases of vertebral spine disorders, lying down takes weight off the spine and the person feels better. ...Read more
Burning pain?: if you are having a burning, sharp, irritation like pain over the clitoris, this could be due to a condition called pudendal neurlgia. The pudendal nerve has 3 branches, one being the clitoral branch that coud be irritated and create this pain around the clitoris. It can also cause pelvic floor spasms vs the pelvic floor spasms causing compression of the nerve. treatment sooner than later ...Read more
Depends on gender: For women there are more diagnoses to consider including ovarian cyst and ectopic pregnancy. For both genders appendicitis is a consideration depending on circumstances, as is a kidney stone that has gotten stuck in the lower ureter. A hernia can also cause pain but is usually visable. This symptom should be evaluated by a medical provider as some of the causes are serious. ...Read more
What is causing severe pain in my lower pelvic area. Deep pain during intercourse and pain when I have bowel movements?
I have been experiencing repeated pain in the pelvic area.. The pain is not very intense but is chronic and inconsistent.. It is located on the left side of my pelvis. . I have had a procedure done in that area when I was younger .. Is that a cause of co
Possibly: You should see a healthcare provider for that. Without knowing more about the history of the pain it is hard to tell you what it might be. It could be the result of the prior procedure or it could be completely unrelated. A good evaluation by a primary care physician would be a good place to start. I would not ignore it, though, because it could represent something serious. ...Read more
What could cause a sharp, stabbing pain in the pelvic area months after a total abdominal hysterectomy that left my ovaries?
Several things: An ovarian cyst could be present. An ultrasound would show that. You could have developed pelvic adhesions after the surgery. The pain could be related to your intestines, bowel function or constipation. These are some options you could discuss with your obgyn. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I get this tingling sensation in my pelvic area that sometimes moves to my bottom. What could be the cause?
I have lower left pelvic pain that worsens when pressing on lower right pelvic area. It is frequently reoccurring. What can be the cause?
May causes: Left lower quadrant abdominal pain can be cause by many conditions, ovarian, uterus, sigmoid colon diverticulitis, urinary tract infection, ureteral stone, abdominal wall muscle. There are multiple symptoms associated with the above conditions, but you should visit your family doctor if your symptoms do not improve or getting worse. ...Read more
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