Search Results for "Pelvic Pain"
1 - 10 of 328846 Results
Oh how I have found a new love in an ice pack I am in alot of pelvic pain from the baby sitting low n my hips rotated out n i have n ice pack between my legs n lord its helping just thought id let everyone else know incase u would like to try it to relieve...
I am 27 weeks pregnant an i have a terrible pelvic pain, it hurts to get out of bed, spread my legs apart an walk sometimes. Ive noticed my hips keep popping also. Anybody else deal with this?
Any concern for this ultrasound , Am having a pelvic pain for past few months am 32 & have IUD for past 5 years ....
The right ovary measures 3.5x3.1x2.4 cm with dominant follicles the largest measures 1.7cm...Left ovary measures 2.7x2.6x1.7 cm
so i have been having sharp pain in my pelvic area for months but as of yesterday is got much worse.
- pain in the pelvic when i sit, stand, sometimes walk, move to a new position.
- does not hurt to urinate
- i have irregular periods and on april 1st...
So I went to my doc today and although baby is head down he had moved out of my pelvis again. However, a few hours after I got home I started having a really intense pain in my pelvis that gets worse when I walk(it feels like my insides are trying to drop ...
31 wks and every time I go to bed and lay down I cant even tern over it hurts feels like ive been kicked in the crotch is this normal
I will be 19 weeks tomorrow (wed) and I have been having the WORST pelvic pain. Thisnis my 3rd child 4th preg and the best way to describe the pain is it feels like the end of pregnancy when baby drops and is sitting on ur pelvic bone...should I call my ob...
I'm 31 weeks pregnant and having unbearable pelvic pain. I can barely walk at times. Have anyone else experience this? Did the doctors say what was wrong?
Any of you pther mommies 30+ have really bad pelvic pain that gets worse everytime you move? Shooting pains in your bum? Just curious as I had pain start last night and have tried everything short of going to L&D.. Ive just felt completely off all day. let...
Is it still possible to get pelvic pain after giving birth.. I gave birth a week ago and still am experiencing pelvic pain...
1 - 10 of 9 Results
Normal vaginal discharge varies in color, smell, consistency and amount. If there is a change in the discharge, an infection may be present.
Chlamydia is an sexually transmitted infection (STI) that often has no symptoms, but must be treated to prevent serious complications.
Millions of people are diagnosed with at least one sexually transmitted disease (STD), or infection (STI) in the United States each year.
STIs are the most common cause of genital sores, but allergic reactions, autoimmune disorders, fungal infections and many other conditions may, too.
Discharge may not be normal, and could mean an infection or an STD, especially with burning, pain, itching or urinary frequency.
Genital herpes can spread through direct, unclothed, skin-to-skin contact, including oral, vaginal and anal sex.
Bumps in the genital area might be STDs, but are usually not serious. Treatment is usually for possible infection or to manage symptoms.
The first signs of HIV, called Acute Retroviral Syndrome (ARS), may feel like the flu, with body aches and a fever. It can last a up to a few weeks.
Syphilis is an STD that is transmitted by oral, genital and anal sex. Condoms greatly reduce the chances of transmission, but do not eliminate them.