Archive for March 13th, 2012
» posted on Tuesday, March 13th, 2012 at 6:09 pm by
Question by Queen V: Does anyone have experience with unresolved chronic pelvic pain?
I’ve had chronic pelvic pain for years. Several trips to the ER in excruciating pain. Finally dx’d w/adenomyosis and endometriosis and had my uterus and right ovary removed about 1.5 yrs ago. I’m now experiencing the same pelvic pain as before. I’ve had ultrasounds, CT scans, colonoscopy, but as of now have not found the cause. It’s horrible and makes daily life very difficult. I don’t sleep much from the pain.
Answer by history.illuminates
Have you read “Headache in the Pelvis” by Anderson? The fourth edition has quite a bit more about women’s pain. It might be available at your library.
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» posted on Tuesday, March 13th, 2012 at 10:07 am by
Question by Morgan: Running injury: extreme pain in side/bottom of foot–what happened and what should I do?
I have started running on a regular basis for the past 3 months. I have steadily increased the length and speeds of my workouts over this time. Three days ago, after running about 3 miles, I noticed the side of my foot hurt a lot. I didn’t think much of it, as my workouts have become more intense I have gotten blisters on the ball of my foot. The following day, my the pain in my foot intensified, it hurt to put any weight on it and I couldn’t even walk without severe pain and limping. Today is the third day since the pain started, and it is not subsiding. I don’t even notice it when sitting, but I definitely feel it when I rub the area on the side of my foot, more towards the heel, and walking is very, very painful. I have tried icing it and taking Ibuprofen, but neither seem to have much of an impact. I have no idea what happened, I just ran like normal, only the distance was slightly longer than what I have been doing most of the time. What injury is this, and what should I do about it?
Answer by Alex
i would say to go to a doctor or a podiatrist to diagnose your foot problem. have an expert look at it if its giving you that much trouble.
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» posted on Tuesday, March 13th, 2012 at 12:08 am by
Question by brenda O: What can I do to help the foot pain, I have foot Nerothorphy.?
I have pain, burning and dryness on the bottoms of my feet. I dont want to take medication orally with side affects.so I would like to know more what I can do at home, if I should know more about diet changes, shoes, or anything like that…
Answer by Donna L
My Mom had the neroupathy for years about 5 years at least she was in so much pain the only thing that worked for her was darvocet that stoped the pain. finally they realized her circullation was bad and did a surgery and now she does not have any pain at all
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