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What causes tingling sensation in the pelvic area?

just had cyst removal on ovary which started to stick to my organs as so big, previous to finding out about my cyst i had an ongoing bladder infection even when infection was cured, i had symptoms. They eased off bizzarly before my operation. Now post op i feel tingles in my pelvic area, is this the bladder again as i have a sensitive bladder again maybe due to catheta inside me for 24hours which could had triggerd something. Is this tingle feeling inside normal as well as the sensitivity needing to urinate? Please help, many thanks xx
Mon, 15 Jul 2019
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Hello,

Vibrating sensation in the pelvic area may be caused by focal muscular dystonia, a condition characterized by involuntary muscles contractions or (fasciculations).

Another possible condition, since tingling is present, may be nerve compression especially if the sensation is around the groin area (femoral nerve compression for example.

It is necessary to get evaluated by your primary care Doctor in order to understand better your condition.

Hope I have answered your query. Let me know if I can assist you further.

Regards,
Dr. Ivan R. Rommstein, General Surgeon
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What causes tingling sensation in the pelvic area?

Hello, Vibrating sensation in the pelvic area may be caused by focal muscular dystonia, a condition characterized by involuntary muscles contractions or (fasciculations). Another possible condition, since tingling is present, may be nerve compression especially if the sensation is around the groin area (femoral nerve compression for example. It is necessary to get evaluated by your primary care Doctor in order to understand better your condition. Hope I have answered your query. Let me know if I can assist you further. Regards, Dr. Ivan R. Rommstein, General Surgeon