Pms crampssharp pain barely can walk?
What could cause a real bad abdominal pain after having intercourse. No pain during intercourse everything was fine. Sever pain 10 min after couldn't walk could barely stand. Felt like bad cramps.?
Answer . IT could be a lot of things. . Is he hitting your cervical wall? . How rough is he? . The position you're in? . You might want to take an ibuprofen before hand, …and try something different or simple in bed. if the problem still persist you might want to ask your OBGYN. Answer . A real good orgasm could. Believe me I have looked into it. It could possibly be due to any gas you may have, or even if you have to have a bowel movement. I've personally had this happen to me and found out that was the culprit. Hope this helps!. Most likely, the female is not wet enough. Try using a lubricating jelly.
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I am 57 male daily am walking 55 mints bare foot now I am having pain in the right side of the heel?
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You played squash and twisted your knee and it popped out you could not walk your friend popped it back it was very painful and now this morning you can barely walk?
I'd see an ortho specialist right away. It won't get better without medical attention.
Depending on the kind of pain (sharp, down the back of your legs or pain that goes around the side of one or both legs (sound familiar?), if you can't walk and the pain is suc…h you're looking for someone to put you out of your misery, then you likely have a disk herniation in the lower lumbar area. Pain down the back of the legs is usually a herniation at L5/S1 vertebrae or L4/L5; pain that goes around the side of the leg and terminates at the inside of the knee is between L3/L4 or L4/L5. The specific nerve pain you feel and where it is can be traced to specific disks. First, don't sleep on your back or your stomach - those are the worst positions for your spine. Sitting also aggravates it, as does lifting anything over a couple of pounds. After that, try and sleep on your side; put one pillow in front (by your chest so you can hug it) and one behind you so you can't roll over either way. Put a larger pillow or cushion between your legs that's big enough to keep your legs parallel with each other. This will take the pressure off the hips and the lower back. Make sure you've got a decent pillow to support your neck also. If that's still uncomfortable or you can only sleep on your back, the other solution is to sleep on your back with a cushion under your legs/knees so that the pressure on the small of your back is reduced (it should be flat against the bed), If you still can't get comfortable, grab a blanket and pillow and head for the living room. Lie down in front of your couch, and slide your butt up against the front of it, putting your legs on the couch seat (sitting position but on your back). This will take all the pressure off your back; though it's a hard surface, it is comfortable if you've got back pain that's bad enough. If it persists more than 3 days, you need to see your doctor. Until then, stay off your feet and lie down; sitting and standing also puts pressure on the lower spine and aggravates it. As far as the pain, in addition to bedrest and getting pressure off the spine, reducing inflammation is the next step. If you don't have any prescription anti-inflammatories, you can use OTC meds to do the same thing. 2 of my favorites when I don't feel like using Percocet or Demerol tablets for my own back problems, which are severe. I use several OTC meds that work pretty well: Aleve - Naproxen in non-prescription form. If you can get prescription Napoxen get it (500mg). If not, 2 Aleve is 440mg, which is close enough. Bayer Back and Body Aspirin Tylenol Rapid Release Gelcaps Flexeril helps with muscle spasms - ask your doctor for a prescription. In a pinch, Benadryl will also help relax you. Before you see a doctor, track your pain in a diary. Note the location (draw a simple diagram of your back and indicate where it is) the kind of pain you have (sharp, dull, tingly, needles and pins, burning, etc.), the severity of the pain (1 = hardly any, 10=please kill me or knock me out now), the time of day, the date, and what you were doing when it started or increased. Note pain beginnings and increases. At the top of the diary, note when the pain began and if you did anything before it started (accident, lifted something, unbelievable sex, etc.). Make sure you bring it with you to your doctor. NEVER ask a doctor up front for prescription painkillers; you run the real risk of being taken lightly as many doctors will just think you're faking it trying to get pain meds. Of course real pain is difficult to fake, and having a pain diary will go a long way to show you're serious about your pain and getting it under control. Let your doctor suggest it first. Lastly, a Thermophore Pad works wonders. If you get one, get the original Standard 14"x27" pad with the switch you have to hold (unless you have arthritic hands). I've added some links below that might help you.
You would say "bear pain." To "bear" something means to put up with it, to endure it. To "bare" something means to make it naked, unclothed.
I highly don't recommend it because if you keep taking unnecessary Advil or any other paid med. you will develop an ulcer.
No, it isn't. When you walk barefoot on gravel or rocks (if you'reused to it) your feet get thick and tough. So it is good for you.Even my feet are thick and tough!! :)
When it is winter, it is extreme cold. so, the water freezes. after it freezes completely, you can walk on it
Working out, lunges. I have it to just soak it in Epsom salt in a hot bath. Then massage them. Takes a day or two but hope it works!
It depends on where you are (and possibly who , or at least what, you are). In private, you're allowed to do pretty much whatever you want as far as nudity goes. But "in p…rivate" means "in private", not "in your house in front of your picture window and easily visible from the street." In most locations in the western world it's legal for men to be bare-chested (this doesn't mean you can walk around anywhere you like shirtless; it's usually forbidden for health reasons in restaurants, for example, and businesses may in general have and enforce a stricter dress code, up to and including the wearing of formal attire... not wearing a tie in a restaurant that requires one isn't actually a crime, but refusing to leave when requested to do so by the management for not wearing a tie is). In some locations it's illegal for women to be bare-chested, while in others it's technically legal but strongly discouraged by societal norms. A bare-chested woman in such areas may not actually be breaking the law and will not be arrested for that simple fact, but may nevertheless be ordered by a police officer to cover up (and, at least in California, such an order is lawful and must be complied with), especially if others in the area are complaining about it. Some examples may help (again, these are specific to California): California has no law against women going topless in general (see for example Robins v. Los Angeles County (1967)). It does have laws against public lewdness (defined vaguely, but most case law makes it pretty clear that simple nudity is not "public lewdness"), and public exposure of the genitals of anyone (whether male or female) is against the law. Also, there is a law that specifically states women may not expose "any portion of the breast at or below the areola" while in an area that's part of the state park system, unless they are in a portion where nudity is specifically authorized. This is usually not actively enforced unless complaints are received, and even then she's more likely to be asked to voluntarily comply than to be issued a citation or arrested.
I am a 15 year old girl about to be 16 and yesterday my upper legs so my thigh area started hurting. Today I can barely walk and when I do I am in an extreme amount of pain. What should I do Or what i?
If you are in extreme pain you should see a doctor.