Hey man, thanks for the reply!
I see that here either no one is hurt or guys dislike talking about some perineum pain.
There’s no clicking/popping withini my pelvis aside from that click in the hip every once in awhile, when it “sets in its place”. Or something a rather.
No pain in the hips, knees or lower back. I do have a broken knee which was fixated with two screws (surgery) which I’m supposed to take to the grave with me and it DOES bother me but I got used to it. Because of this incident and 2 months in bed, 6 mo with crutches I am all warped, right shoulder lower than left, hips probably rotated or something… But no, nothing I would relate to this or similar incident (heavy lifting).
No bulges in the abdomen (thank god).
In the meantime, to add to your list I also found about Pudenal nerve entrapment and Levator ani syndrome. Maybe one of these?[/quote]
The problem with a “twisted hip” is it can cause pelvic floor dysfunction, which can cause prostate irritation , and testicular pain. Dead lifting and squatting too heavy / without proper form can cause this. You shouldn’t really be suffering from any clicking in your pelvis , despite how minor it feels.
As for the conditions you listed above, it’s possible.
If I were you I would refrain from doin any heavy deadlifts until you have a better understanding of the problem
Best thing for you to do is to speak to either a orthepedic doctor or your physio therapist.
Hope it all works out for you.