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My dr did 2 xray in one day for my pelvis..Is this can damage my body iam worry i did 3 xray in one week...So scared?

My dr did 2 xray in one day for my pelvis..Is this can damage my body iam worry i did 3 xray in one week...So scared?

Minimal issue: Multiple ct scans and fluoroscopy can get to danger levels! but usual x-rays are set low and would take a huge number to do damage. Avoid any if pregnant unless well advised by ob. ...Read more

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I went to the doctor today to see if my pelvis and ovaries is ok for me to get pregnant she said my body is ready to get pregnant why i'm not then?

I went to the doctor today to see if my pelvis and ovaries is ok for me to get pregnant she said my body is ready to get pregnant why i'm not then?

Give it time : As long as your exam was normal, i would not worry about conceiving as this point in time. A woman doesn't necessarily get pregnant with every cycle even when everything is normal. It may take 3, 6 or even 12 months to conceive. The last thing you want to do is add anxiety to the equation. Try not to worry at this point and let nature take it's course. ...Read more

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I have hypermobility in all of body. When walking I will occasionally have shooting pain at top of leg where connects to pelvis, what could it be?

I have hypermobility in all of body. When walking I will occasionally have shooting pain at top of leg where connects to pelvis, what could it be?

Could be hip: At that location consider hip , muscle of thigh or knee. Each of the joints are limber so we coudl see this. Have you had dislocating joints? Your physicain can help evaluate this ...Read more

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How long does relaxin hormone affect the body for after birth ? How long until muscles tighten (not pelvis. I mean areas affected unrelated to birth)

How long does relaxin hormone affect the body for after birth ? How long until muscles tighten (not pelvis. I mean areas affected unrelated to birth)

Relaxing hormone: You MUST make an appointment to see a Gynecologist!! PS: At age 2 my brother was called for military duty and the team laughed.. 6 months later my mother took me up north to be with her sister. My aunt was downstairs for about 3 hours so she looked for the doctor. She was drunk. My aunt found me is a draw. I'm still alive 72 years later!! ...Read more

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What happens if a girl was born with androgen insensitivity syndrome, would it be possible for her body to develop a male pelvis?

What happens if a girl was born with androgen insensitivity syndrome, would it be possible for her body to develop a male pelvis?

Complicated: This is a complicated syndrome that can not be discussed in the 400 characters HealthTap docs are allotted. I would make sure the child is followed by a good pediatric endocrinologist. He/she is best to answer the complicated questions regarding a child with androgen insensitivity. ...Read more

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Can you tell me if a girl was born with androgen insensitivity syndrome, would it be possible for her body to develop a male pelvis?

Can you tell me if a girl was born with androgen insensitivity syndrome, would it be possible for her body to develop a male pelvis?

Sensitive question: There is an answer to this, but it is a sensitive subject, and should be answered by the patient's personal doctor, not in a public site such as this. Please consult your doctor. ...Read more

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Can the body neurologically, i.E. W/o voluntary control, shift weight off a hip/pelvis that is injured but had steroids put in for pain control?

Can the body neurologically, i.E. W/o voluntary control, shift weight off a hip/pelvis that is injured but had steroids put in for pain control?

Body Compensates: The body will compensate for injury but the degree and timing are determined by your lifestyle and genetics. Some compensation is protective, such as immobility and swelling but other is detrimental and should be counteracted, such as rigidity and prolonged immobility. Medical intervention can help or hinder healing depending on a correct diagnosis. Seeking experienced help is key. ...Read more

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Will physical therapy improve the posture of my body ( my pelvis is tilted and I limp,because of severe sciatica and discopathy....no scoliosis!)?

Will physical therapy improve the posture of my body ( my pelvis is tilted and I limp,because of severe sciatica and discopathy....no scoliosis!)?

It can: However it will need to be something you continue after the therapy has ended. If you stop doing the exercises then you will lose the benefits in the long run. ...Read more

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