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What would cause pain in the pelvic area when laying down?

What would cause pain in the pelvic area when laying down?

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

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Causes of low abdom/pelvic spasm type pain, a lot of pain/pressure in low back and a funny feeling in head an eyes, nausea all is worse when laying down?

Causes of low abdom/pelvic spasm type pain, a lot of pain/pressure in low back and a funny feeling in head an eyes, nausea all is worse when laying down?

Go to doctor ASAP: This sounds as if it may be serious and deserves a full history, exam and perhaps some imaging studies and tests. Be safe, not sorry. Good luck. ...Read more

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Pain in pelvic area when coughing or or laying down. Sharp enough to make me gasp. No pain when pressing on the area. Any thoughts or ideas?

Pain in pelvic area when coughing or or laying down. Sharp enough to make me gasp. No pain when pressing on the area. Any thoughts or ideas?

Many options: At your age, ruptured ovarian cyst will be high on the list. Other possibilities would be hernia, other inflammatory diseases, pulled muscle etc. Need to see ur doctor in person. ...Read more

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30 weeks pregnant & feeling pain down my pelvic area & baby moving a lot on my left side while laying down. My pain is lasting more 5mins?

30 weeks pregnant & feeling pain down my pelvic area & baby moving a lot on my left side while laying down. My pain is lasting more 5mins?

Pain: Have you called your obstetrician? Depending on how strong or unusual the pain is for you, consider going to be examined would not be unreasonable. Better safe than sorry. Call your ob for advice. ...Read more

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Vaginal/pelvic pressure3 weeks or more getting worse, hurts terribly to move sides when laying down or to stand up or get dressed. Should i be alarmed?

Vaginal/pelvic pressure3 weeks or more getting worse, hurts terribly to move sides when laying down or to stand up or get dressed. Should i be alarmed?

Get seen: There are a number of possibilities including pelvic infection, bladder or kidney infection, a cyst on the ovary, for instance. If the pain is getting worse get yourself checked out. ...Read more

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Was laying down on my back started to pressed down on my pelvis. Felt pressure on the left side only been havin unp sex per due next week?

Was laying down on my back started to pressed down on my pelvis. Felt pressure on the left side only been havin unp sex per due next week?

Pelvic pain: There are several possible reasons for the the discomfort, including infection, cyst and pregnancy. Suggest you see your doctor for examination and appropriate tests ...Read more

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I have periodic throbbing on the right side of my ovaries or pelvic for 2 days, happens while I'm sitting or laying down, what could it be?

I have periodic throbbing on the right side of my ovaries or pelvic for 2 days, happens while I'm sitting or laying down, what could it be?

Is it with yr pulse?: You can feel your heart beat (pulse) at your wrist. If it is in exact synchrony with your pulse there are no major structures usually down there. The only really dangerous one could be an aortic aneurysm. Get that possibility (unlikely) checked out immediately. If it's that that is potentially life threatening!! ...Read more

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Hi I am 34 weeks amd 5 days pregnant with my second baby for the past week in a half I've been having back & pelvic pains & pressure even laying down.

Hi I am 34 weeks amd 5 days pregnant with my second baby for the past week in a half I've been having back & pelvic pains & pressure even laying down.

Go se OB: I would surely get off of the smart phone and go see your ob. They need to know if you are in preterm labor. I am sure your prenatal instructions or book that the OB recommended also has a section on the common situations that arise at this point in your pregnancy. It may be good to open this book and remind yourself what to expect. ...Read more

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In the past few days I have experienced abdominal/pelvic pain when sitting up from a laying down position below the belly and sharp across the region?

In the past few days I have experienced abdominal/pelvic pain when sitting up from a laying down position below the belly and sharp across the region?

Hard to say: You have not provided enough information to provide a good answer. This can be caused by abdominal muscle pain from over use; abdominal visceral pain from appendicitis, constipation, gas, ovarian cyst, or tumor; dissecting abdominal aneurysm; a disorder of the lumbar spine; or a bladder infection. Persistent pain is an indication to see a health care provider for a more thorough history & exam. ...Read more

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I am 27 weeks pregnant and having pelvic pressure like baby is going to fall out.. Should i call ob? A few weeks now i've been having pressure in my pelvis, even when i'm laying down and today i started getting a few lower back pains. I don't see my ob

Yes, : Yes, you should absolutely call your ob. Some women do have more pressure, but it sounds like your pressure is extreme, and as you are also having back pain you need an immediate evaluation. Please call your OB immediately. Any symptom at this stage of pregnancy must be taken very seriously in order to avoid pre-term labor. ...Read more

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38 weeks pregnant with pelvic pain and lower back pain, hurts to walk and not relieved by laying down hurts worst when changing positions! is this normal?

No.: Many women have milder pain and dyscomfort but yours does sound excessive. At this point in your pg most of the pain is ligament related. If you have not had prior back or pelvic injuries you should have a full recovery after the delivery of your baby. Good luck. ...Read more

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Constant pelvic pain. Radiates lower back and bowel. CT, trans ultra and blood clean. No period 2 yr. IUD Implanon. Not relieved by laying down. ?

Constant pelvic pain. Radiates lower back and bowel. CT, trans ultra and blood clean. No period 2 yr. IUD Implanon. Not relieved by laying down. ?

Implanon is not an : IUD.if you have Implanon ,and no lesion noted ,then perhaps one needs to look at infection or endometriosis as a cause.If you have an IUD,then the other cause could be partially displaced IUD. ...Read more

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What could possably cause spasms constant across low abdom/pelvic area when laying an let up when standin but bloated feelin have had comp hyst so its?

Lots of things: But the first thing that comes to my mind due to location is either constipation or scarring from your hysterectomy. Especially with the bloating, constipation is higher on the list. Are you passing a lot of gas? Belching? Having round or hard stools? If it is scarring you might find it urination or pooping more difficult but standing i would thing would be more painful than sitting so a bit ? ...Read more

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Abt 17w prego felt sharp knotting painaround bottom right pelvic area. comes and goes but the feeling isn't as sharp. I have to lay down or sit to ease?

Abt 17w prego felt sharp knotting painaround bottom right pelvic area. comes and goes but the feeling isn't as sharp. I have to lay down or sit to ease?

Round ligament pain: Hello, The most likely explanation for this pain is the stretching of the uterine ligaments as the uterus grows. This stretching pain is expected but does not feel good at all. Also expect the pain to move to the other side at some point. Laying down on the left side with good hydration is always a good practice in pregnancy to improve blood flow to the uterus. ...Read more