For the majority of us, there are always going to be little bodily flaws we would like to fix, and slight tweaks we would like to make to ourselves. More often than not, of reurse, we can cover up our insecurities. There is just no hiding. That extra roll of flab, which can be hidden away in a baggy t-shirt, now looks like a spare car tyre wrapped around your waist. Sunshine is always a good thing on holiday, but does it cause more harm than good when cycling? And should that stinging, numb sensation in your bib shorts really be a cause for concern?
Perianal abscess - Help!
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The causes of chronic prostatitis can be challenging to identify. Therefore, clinicians must search through a variety of other possible causes of chronic nonbacterial prostatitis when diagnosing prostatitis. Here is an overview of some of those causes. Some experts believe chronic prostatitis is caused by men who continuously or frequently tense their pelvic floor muscles, leading to chronic pain.
Embarrassing cycling problems, and how to prevent them
Posted 2 years ago , 6 users are following. Hello, I'm back on here as last year I had an operation at hospital to drain a large perianal abscess, it was cut open in an x shape and left open to heal. There was no fistula at my check up. Now a year later it although the wound has healed, there is a tiny hole in the centre of the x shaped wound.
Without a doubt one of the most unpleasant maladies associated with riding a bike is hemorrhoids. This is a condition where the veins around the anus or lower rectum become painful, swollen, inflamed and may itch or bleed. Contrary to what most people think, riding a bicycle is not directly related to causing hemorrhoids. Cycling is indirectly linked to hemorrhoids, as it can be a contributing factor to further aggravating or causing additional deterioration in existing hemorrhoids. Obviously, sitting on a bike seat for a prolonged period of time with painful, inflamed hemorrhoids is neither comfortable nor conducive to resolving the situation.