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Pulled muscle in pelvic area ?

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While lifting a very heavy object, I felt something tear or pop on my left side below my navel and abou two inches left of my navel.
There is not any significant pain in the area to the touch, but I have nausea at times and some internal discomfort in the whole immediate area. I went to my doctor and he examined me for a hernia.
He concluded that I do not have a hernia and that I could have pulled a muscle in my pelvic area. The condition seemed to be getting better for about a week and has now flared up again. I have not stopped doing some of my activities and may have aggravated the area again without knowing. Is there an abdominal muscle injury that could give me these symptoms? My doctor is currently on leave so I cannot reach him at this time. I would appreciate any advice you could give me. I have had this issue for 3 weeks. Thank You very much.


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replied December 13th, 2010
Abdominal Pain Answer A17756
Hi,
Welcome to the forum. I am really glad to help you out. In view of the symptoms described by you, the possibility of a strained/pulled muscle seems high if the hernia has been ruled out.

You should take some anti-inflammatory drugs along with muscle relaxants and hopefully you should

However, it always makes sense to get an ultrasound/CT scan of the abdomen done to rule out any other possibility like a stone in the urinary tract, any pathology of the colon (large intestine) etc.

Please consult your surgeon for the same. I sincerely hope that helps. Take care.


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