Osteitis pubis

What is Osteitis pubis?

Osteitis pubis is an inflammation of the pubic symphysis and surrounding muscle insertions. Presents as a chronic groin pain. Common in athletes. Treatment is to alleviate pain and local therapies.

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Yes, I have been having some issues in my lower left groin/abdomen are for a few months -- since December 2012. Initially I thought there was a...

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As you have probably been consulted by many specialists and many tests were done, it will be hard to help you from...

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I have been getting a sharp stabbing pain off and on for several months in my pubic area. I have a 5 month old baby and my tubes are tied.

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I am a 23 year old female, 5 4 and 170 lbs. I have had 4 pregnancies, 2 deliveries, 2 miscarriages. I have a history of migraine . For over a week...

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1. x-ray of the hip joint for degeneration of pubis symphysis is ideal investigation initially.
2. if delivery was through CS Section it results in...

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