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Why Do I Have Pain In My Pelvic Area
Why do I have pain around my pelvic , gentile & scrotum area ? & I went to the clinic multiple of times & they said I don't have no more infections ..
Too little info: You do not give us enough info so we can not come up with a specific answer. We'd need to know: ?what area in pelvis is effected, is the pain constant, or fluctuates, did you have any chills, or fever, does it get worse on intercourse, etc. In any case: if the pain continues you need to see your gyn. ...Read more
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
I have pelvic pain with slight adobinal pain and sharp pain in the rectal area. What could this be? I'm 27 female.
Constipated? : When was the last time you went to the bathroom? Are you drinking plenty of water, eating lots of fruits and vegetables? ...Read more
I have been having acute pelvic pain and when I press down on my pelvic area I can feel something but I'm not sure took a home test and it was negative Not sure what it could be?
PID? Appendicitis?: Any unexplained pelvic or abdominal pain needs professional examination. If severe, or if fever or nausea, do it immediately; if your own doctor (or someone covering) can't see you today, go to urgent care or an ER. Many possible causes, including PID, a complication of STDs; appendicitis; others. Negative home test for urinary tract infection doesn't mean anything; this doesn't sound like UTI. ...Read more
How long does it take for your pelvic area to heal after giving birth. My baby is now 11 months old and I am still having pelvic pain.
Variable: Most women heal by 6 weeks post-delivery, but having some lingering pain can happen occasionally. By 11 months, you should be completely healed and not be having pain at this point. If you had a cesarean delivery you may have some scar tissue.I would rec a sono and testing for other causes.11 mos of pain is long enough to create a chronic pain syndrome. Breastfeeding can cause changes=persis pai. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Not normal: This symptom is a little confusing, it doesn't immediately suggest a cause. It could be pain from a hernia, or possibly fibroids (large ones) on the uterus can cause pain that could radiate to the vagina as well as lower abdomen. Endometriosis would be a possibility - but that wouldn't show up as a new type of pain in someone who is 48 years old. Imaging and exam would be helpful. ...Read more
I suffer with pelvic pain, nearer the cervical area with watery discharge and a foul smell. What could the problem be?
Dark spot in my vagina to the left of the entrance(the pink area), extreme pelvic pain. Mild vulvar pain. What could be the cause?
Worrisome: Hello, these symptoms don't really add up. However, any time you have severe pain, it is best to go to a clinic and get a complete female exam. The symptoms may not be related to each other, but severe pain requires a prompt exam, including bacterial cultures and maybe even an ultrasound picture. If you don't have insurance, you can go to a local planned parenthood clinic. Please go soon! ...Read more
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