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Severe pelvic pain after running. Is that an STD sign?
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Dr. Brett Lockman
Pain Management
4 doctors agree
In brief: Not likely
Stds are caused by either bacterial or infections.
They can be brought on by stress but aside from that are not really exercises associated. Also, "pelvic" pain must be differentiated from "pelvic girdle" pain. They are very different entities with a multitude of different causes. If female, first see your gyn. If all is okay there, then see a physiatrist who specializes in pelvis/biomechanics.

In brief: Not likely
Stds are caused by either bacterial or infections.
They can be brought on by stress but aside from that are not really exercises associated. Also, "pelvic" pain must be differentiated from "pelvic girdle" pain. They are very different entities with a multitude of different causes. If female, first see your gyn. If all is okay there, then see a physiatrist who specializes in pelvis/biomechanics.
Dr. Brett Lockman
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Dr. Gregory Harvey
Orthopedic Surgery
3 doctors agree
In brief: No
The severe pain from running may be caused by stress fracture.
Std would be more unlikely. Get checked by your doctor and x-ray.

In brief: No
The severe pain from running may be caused by stress fracture.
Std would be more unlikely. Get checked by your doctor and x-ray.
Dr. Gregory Harvey
Dr. Gregory Harvey
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