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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
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?
What causes hip/groin discomfort? Happens only when i'm sitting or laying down. Along w/ constant overfull feeling in pelvis. Going on more than a wk.
See doctor: This requires a visit to a doctor and i would urge you to do it soon. ...Read more
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 when I pee feels like it goes from bottom of pelvic area up to belly button also sometimes when laying down or move. What could this be?
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?
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
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 moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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. ?
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