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What Does It Mean If You Have Pain In Your Pubic Bone
Not necessarily...: ...Right away, but it does mean that the baby needs more room for the size she is now.. ...Read more
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
Different options: That area has a lot of things in it both in the skin and below it. Sweat glands, hair follicles and skin cysts as well as lymph nodes, fatty tissue, vessels, muscles and other things. Is the lump growing, inflamed, painful, painless, draining, recurrent or constant, moveable or fixed...? Each of these (and many more) will provide your doc the answers as to what it is and what needs to be done. ...Read more
Possibly a swollen: Lymph node. Can't really say without visualizing. ...Read more
I have a knot on my pubic bone up under my skin on the right side of my vagina what does that mean?
I been having some kind of movement below my pelvic bone or near my pubic area there are no pain but it feels like something moving what this mean?
Nonspecific: This is a vague and nonspecific symptom. If it persists, I recommend that you have an examination by a gynecologist to check for any pelvic abnormalities. If none are found you may be referred to another specialist such as an orthopedic specialist, urologist or gastroenterologist depending on whether other symptoms are also present. ...Read more
Had genital warts they went away a while ago now it looks like I broke out in hives on my pubic bone does that mean it came back?
Warts and hives...: ...are entirely different problems. The HPV infection that causes genital warts does not cause urticaria (the medical term for hives) or any other allergic reaction, or any other itchy condition. If your hives has not been professionally diagnosed, it might be something else -- but for sure not HPV or warts, or any other STD. ...Read more
The same place: As in women in the pelvis anteriorly. ...Read more
As long there no big: Deal I would not warry.Get a more detailed answer ›
C-section...: ...Is much easier.Get a more detailed answer ›
Consider hernia.: Does the pain radiate into testicle?Get a more detailed answer ›
Hi I have a buzzing vibrating feeling to the far left side of my pubic bone, no pain just buzzing, what could this be?
Other people report: In trying to research your symptom of buzzing, I have learned it is not uncommon. It is more common in women who have a coil-like IUD in place, but it occurs in others as well. The mechanism must involve a small nerve, similar to an eyelid twitch. I don't believe it is the sign of something more ominous down the road, such as MS. It can be classified as a minor annoyance, and you can be reassured. ...Read more
My practitioner told me the pain I'm currently having is due to my pubic bone separating. How can I alleviate this pain?
The area above my pubic bone keeps tightening up for like 30 seconds then stops. I'm only about 8 weeks. What is causing this?
Maybe uterine contra: Ctions, you should see your OB and have an ultrasound and exam because at 8 weeks you should see a baby with a normal rate ht rate for a fetus in the uterus if everything is ok. ...Read more
I am having a pain in my pubic area and am wondering what it could be? The pain is really sharp and feels like its actually the bone that's painful
Needs MD visit: This kind od pain requires a physical and history exam by a GYN MD. Any other answer would be just speculation as to cause. ...Read more
Tincture of time...: Pelvic bone is a VERY stable bone and surrounded by multiple tough ligaments and fascial bands. IF can be painful because many of you thigh and hamstring muscles attach to it. Typically treated with time, pain control and progressive walking as you can tolerate. ...Read more
Many: Could be many reasons and x-ray is a very important part of the diagnosis. Specially in females there is a condition called osteitis_pubis, could be due to due to trauma of the pelvis, urinary bladder pathology can give pelvic pain too. In male prostate problems can produce that pain. Some other test such as bone scan can be helpful. ...Read more
Frontof pelvic ring: Bone immediately above penis at lowest point of your abdomen. Push in above your penis & you can feel it ...Read more
Is it normal for the area of your pubic bone to expand when you breath out? Also, is it normal for the same area to feel hard when you do pull ups?
Abdominal muscles: The rectus abdominis (the six pack muscle) helps with breathing and attaches on the pubic bone. It also flexes during sit ups. If you've noticed a change in your abdomen see your doc. If you are not feeling your muscle flex but the two bones that join to form the pubic symphysis (google it) separate, this is not normal and you need to see your doc. ...Read more
I've always been nice and flat around my pubic bone but now I'm noticing that I'm developing fat there. Can this be due to a test/estrogen imbalance?
Yes it could be.: I notice you are already on Testosterone. Make sure your levels are within normal range and that any symptoms from before supplementation are improving. Don't overlook the obvious in that the pubic area fat could be related to over-all body fat increase if you are eating too much and not exercising. If fat is only certain areas, it could be hormonal. ...Read more
It depends: This problem can only be solved by seeing your doctor and being evaluated face-to-face. After a thorough examination, your doctor should be able to tell you what's wrong and what to do about it. ...Read more
Several things: This problem mandates a real-time (face-to-face) meeting with a doctor. A history has to be taken along with a examination as well as labs and other tests. Only after all this will his doctor be in a position to tell him what's wrong and what needs to be done to help him. ...Read more
Unlikely: This is pretty unlikely. It takes a lot of force (most commonly, a car accident or a significant fall) to fracture a pubic bone, so unless you think there was that much force, I wouldn't worry about a fracture. More likely it's just inflammed. ...Read more
More info needed: Diff. To answer w/out more info. Is it associated w/urinary symptoms? Bowel? How long have you had it? Were you doing anything at the time you developed the pain? Could be a torn tendon, inflammation, scar tissue tearing (ex. If you had Pelvic inflammatory disease in the past, etc. A visit to the doctor and a good exam is definitely in order. ...Read more
Mechanical: It is hard to think of a cause of the feeing of vibration in the pelvic area (aside from the obvious) but one thing comes to mind. It is a long shot. Could it be transmitted vibrations from something you are sitting on. Does it happen only when you are driving? Is it really vibration or maybe rapid muscle twitching? ...Read more
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