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I have pelvis pain. I have been exercising an it  aggravate it. Why is that?
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Dr. Edward Neilsen
Family Medicine
4 doctors agree
In brief: Depends on where
Pelvic pain can be many things.
The bones of the pelvis are fairly strong and stable, except after pregnancy or injury. However, the organs inside the pelvis (ovaries, bladder, uterus, etc) can also cause pelvic pain with bounced around...Such as with exercise. This is certainly worth seeing your doctor for a further evaluation.

In brief: Depends on where
Pelvic pain can be many things.
The bones of the pelvis are fairly strong and stable, except after pregnancy or injury. However, the organs inside the pelvis (ovaries, bladder, uterus, etc) can also cause pelvic pain with bounced around...Such as with exercise. This is certainly worth seeing your doctor for a further evaluation.
Dr. Edward Neilsen
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Dr. Carlos Quezada
Obstetrics & Gynecology
3 doctors agree
In brief: Need exam
Many things can cause pelvic pain or pelvalgia.
The fact that exercise can exacerbate or worsen your pain leads me to believe there is something wrong. I would go to your nearest obgyn to have an exam. Fibroid tumors are common and can cause pain.

In brief: Need exam
Many things can cause pelvic pain or pelvalgia.
The fact that exercise can exacerbate or worsen your pain leads me to believe there is something wrong. I would go to your nearest obgyn to have an exam. Fibroid tumors are common and can cause pain.
Dr. Carlos Quezada
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