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What you are experiencing is kidney stone and from stories i heard it hurts. Usually kidney stone build up is mineral or calcium. Check your diet and...
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Hi Found this bit on livestrong,com Muscle spasms in the vagina, or vaginismus, occur without the woman's awareness or control, causing extreme...
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yes, if there is a muscle you worked, you did tear it. go see your doctor as there shouldn't be things coming out or red/brown color in urine
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common symptoms: "Most people with this condition have chest pain that may spread outward to the arms, back, neck, or jaw. This pain can feel...
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Hi not to sure how things go in the USA being from the UK, but have a good read of this link, its from WebMD, its just a general run down on a yeast...
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can you describe the neck pain? otherwise you must have strained your neck somehow. if you didn't injured them as you didn't get hit on the...
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See a dentist that specializes in TMJ (temporomandibular) joint disorders. You will need a thorough examination and some imaging studies.
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Has your doctor ruled out TMJ? 
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did you injured them? is it from a work out or just chronic? doing certain action/movement requires those muscles to be used so you are expected to...
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Sounds like you may have a problem with your sciatic nerve. This nerve is easily damaged. The pain with a damaged sciatic can be in...
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There are many things that can cause these issues.  One is pregnancy.  Endometriosis could be the cause or you may be starting menopause...
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Hi, A clear mucousy vagianl discharge, could be a sign your pregnant?Do you think you are, if not all women's discharge changes from time to time...
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Get a second opinion from another podiatrist.
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Yes should go er now I hope feel better soon
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This may be normal seminal fluid (from the prostate). A bowel movement can "milk" a small amount of this fluid from the prostate gland as...
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