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Fractured pubic symphysis what can be done to aid recovery

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In menopause, having intermittent deep ache in labial region like varicose vein. Pain in the pubic symphysis

as when dressing each morning, there is pain in the pubic symphysis area-- as though the pelvis is threatening to split at that point. Any ideas as to what could be causing this? ...
 

Suffered from pubic symphysis. Was given pitocin during child birth. Normal?

childbirth but was never told why. I also suffered damage to my pubic symphysis and L5-s1 disc. My delivery ..., people are now listening. I now have a herniated disc with an annular tear, degenerative pubic symphysis ...
 

Suggest treatment for degenerative changes in joints causing inflammation and arthritis

I have narrowing of the hip joint space subchondral sclerosis wondering what this all means? Disc degeneration noted at the lower lumbosacral spine. Also Degenerative sclerosis is present at the pubic ...
 

What do these X-ray findings indicate?

contraceptive device. Bilateral iliac bones are intact. Bilateral sacro-iliac joints and the pubic symphysis ... femoral head and neck fracture which has healed. No overt joint space narrowing of the right hip ...
 

What does small lump between vaginal orifice and the urethra indicate?

is not tender.. as i pushed through it i could feel my pubic symphysis also.. what further investigations should ...
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Fractured pubic symphysis. What can be done to aid recovery?

hello, my boyfriend has a fractured pubic symphysis , the clinic doctor he has been seeing has ... see a different doctor. I was wondering if there is anything he should be doing to aid in his recovery ...
 

Could the pubic symphysis lesion be sarcoid or bone cancer?

pubic symphasis has metabolic action increase fromb 6.9 to 8.5. what do you recomend I should do? do you ...
 

What does the CT scan report indicate?

of the pubic symphysis. Stating could be a Bartholin gland cyst containing proteinaceous or hemorrhagic debris. Also stated that direct visualazation may be helpful for further evaluation. what would direct ...
 

What does the following X-ray report indicate?

.The radiologist report was this: Tthe bones are adequately mineralized,. The sacroiliac joints an pubic symphysis ... fracture or dislocation. A well-corticated ossific fragment at the posterior aspect of the left acetabular ...
 

Noticed pink circular spots on pubic area after delivery. Spongy white stuff coming from it. Is this an infection?

the pubic symphysis comes together. The circles have gotten redder, and now there is this strange spongy ... daughter -as there is NO other way I could have gotten an STD . Is this as serious as I think? What is it? ...
 

Suggest treatment for severe hip pain when diagnosed with sciatica

i was diagnosed with multiple muscle strains, in the groin and the hip and also diagnosed with sciatica. I have intense pressure on the pubic symphysis, right hip and a ball of pain in my lower back ...
 

Suggest remedy for painful lump in pubic area

Hi, I am 32 weeks pregnant and have had significant pubic pain for the last couple of weeks that I attributed to pubic symphysis diastasis. In the past 2 days the pain has gotten significantly worse ...
 

Suggest treatment for ankylosis spondylosis

pubic symphysis sclerosis. my vit d3 is SGOT 44, SGPT 99 CHOLESTROL 220 C.reactive protiens 5.9, now i ...
 

Pregnant, low BP, suffering from symphysis ligament pain, constant thirst. Is it normal ?

hi my name is AAAAAA and Im 32week pregnant Im a perfectly healthy person apart from having low blood presure which is not critic,this is my 4th child and Im sufering from symphysis ligament pain ...
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