A 30-year-old member asked:
Having severe abdominal pain - what does appendicitis feel like?
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Surgical Oncology 19 years experience
Pain, nausea, vomiti: Pain in the right lower corner of your abdomen that is accompanied by nausea, vomiting, and a lack of appetite. Often you will have fevers. These symptoms usually escalate and do not get better by themselves. You should be evaluated in person by a doctor to know for sure. Often ct scans are necessary to know for sure.
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Surgery - Plastics 35 years experience
Changes with time: Initial cage cramping of the entire abdomen is common initially. As the disease progresses, the pain localizes to your right lower abdomen. This may bebpsrticilarky noticeable with higher impact activities. Fever may begin. Eventually touch and release may cause severe pain called rebound. Neglect may result in rupture causing an abscess or severel suffice pain throughout with high fever & low bp.
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Four oaks, NC
A 18-year-old female asked:
I would like advice about my abdominal pain ?
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Child Psychiatry 35 years experience
Need details: Abd pain is common-need more details
Abdominal pain is pain that occurs between the chest and pelvic regions. Abdominal pain can be crampy, achy, dull, intermittent or sharp. It's also called a stomachache. Inflammation or diseases that affect the organs in the abdomen can cause abdominal pain.
Abdominal Pain: Causes, Types, and Prevention - Healthlinewww.healthline.com › health › abdominal-pain
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A 18-year-old female asked:
I am experiencing severe abdominal pain.
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Gastroenterology 40 years experience
Will need some info: Recurrent abdominal discomfort is first addressed by accompanying signs/symptoms that may localize the organ involved: vaginal discharge or bleeding, alteration in periods, pregnancy risk? Fever, nausea, vomiting, altered stool pattern, blood with stool, tenderness, distension? Painful urination, blood in urine? Recent trauma, herniations? Risk factors? Excruciating pain needs immediate eval pls.
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