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Stomach Dropping Into Pelvis
I am 21 weeks pregnant and I am feeling extreme heaviness in my lower abdomen as if something will just come dropping out of me now. Is it normal?
Pelvic heaviness: No this is not normal and you should go to be evaluated. ...Read more
Please clarify: Do you feel these "knots" as lumps under the skin or do you experience the deeper sensation of "knotting" inside your gut? The answer changes appropriate to which of these describe your problem. ...Read more
Needs evaluation: Could be a whole host of things. If continues needs to be evaluation by family practitioner or Pediatrician. ...Read more
I have lots of pain in my lower abdomen/ pelvis area what could be causing it this is the third day for pain and it hasn't fully gone away.
Many causes: U & ur parents need 2 go 2 ur pedi/pcp. ...Read more
Pains on lower right side of stomach and pelvis. I woke up this morning and got sharp pains on lower right side of stomach and upper pelvis. Help?
NM Pet Report: Abdomen/Pelvis: Persistence of hypermetabolic activity with in rectum, SUV 4.5, compared to prior SUV 5.6. What could its meaning?
Several reasons: Standard uptake value (SUV) GREATER than 2.5 is increased but this is to be correlated with GI evaluations, including presence of polyps, inflammatory dis, diverticulitis or even malignancy. The PCD may need to check if you need Biopsies, if not already done, in the areas where increased sugar uptake seen by PET scan is noted, and one explanation could be resolving inflammation given the decrease. ...Read more
Left Flank Pain:
Any difficulty in urinating, pv discharge, diarrhea, constipation, pr bleeding, pain at last period. When was your last normal period.
Suggest see GP to run some tests, determine diagnosis and treat appropriately.
- renal calculus
- inflammatory bowel disease
- faecal loading
- muscular pain ...Read more
Anything: The possibility for something serious is here, especially for women. So, you should have this checked out right away. ...Read more
Imaging: Diagnostic ultrasound uses high frequency sound waves to look inside your body in the areas you describe to see if the structures are normal or have abnormal characteristics that may suggest injury or disease. Each exam looks at different areas and for different diseases patterns. ...Read more
You need to see doc: There are many possible causes of sharp pains in the pelvis. Some are not serious but some are. The best approach to pain that or interferes with your normal routine is to see your doctor for proper evaluation. ...Read more
Many causes: I think what you are trying to say is lower abdomen instead of lower stomach. The two main systems that may be at play here are your gastrointestinal and genitourinary system. You also have to consider other associated symptoms such as relation to bowel or bladder function. Other factors could be arthritic condition of the pelvic bone. Have yourself thoroughly examined by your physician. ...Read more
Yes: Yes if persistent. Especially if they are associated with symptoms such as fever, night sweat, weight loss, etc and no other causes to explain. In the younger age group, germ cell tumors can also be a possibility. Of course, they are many benign reasons. My point is that persistent swollen lymph node is a concern and should be evaluated by doctor. ...Read more
I had an mre of abdomen and pelvis. Report said small amount of free fluid in pelvis. What does this mean? Should I be worried?
Physiologic: It is common to find a physiologic amount of free fluid in the pelvis (especially in women). Nothing to be concerned about. ...Read more
Constant pain in my left side, left lower back, left abdomen, left side of pelvis, and my groin feels smashed. How do I treat this?
Need evaluation: Must identify why before treatment.Get a more detailed answer ›
Solid/hollow organs: Barium outlines GI tract; IV contrast helps outline solid organs. Expect to get views of stomach, duodenum, small bowel, colon, rectum; liver, spleen, , gall bladder/bile ducts, pancreas, adrenals, kidneys, ureters, bladder, prostate or uterus, tubes, ovaries, vagina, lymph nodes, arteries, veins, assorted muscles. Generally get a view of diaphragm, lower lungs, pleura, spine, pelvis. More stuff. ...Read more
The pelvis & abdomen: All structures from diaphragm to groin will be visualized by a contrast ct scan. Consuming oral contrast distinguishes gut from surrounding structures; IV contrast better delineates solid organs. Even blood flow, neurologic impingement, hernias, etc. Are made apparent by ct, typically to a resolution of about 5mm. ...Read more
Exam needed: More information about your symptoms is needed but if you're experiencing severe abdominal pain, and especially with tenderness, you could have an acute abdominal problem like appendicitis, diverticulitis, pelvic inflammatory disease, incarcerated hernia, adhesive bands, etc. Get examined as soon as possible. ...Read more
Cysts: Multiple cysts just under the skin. The condition is called steatocystome multiplex. Creams are marginally effective. The cysts can opened and drained or each one can be cut out but that would lea e multiple small scars. This is cosmetic in nature and the cysts become rarely infected. ...Read more
Had a c-sec about 3 months ago and I have a sharp pain occasionally on left side of pelvis or lower abdomen? Is that normal?
Talk to ur doc: Your doctor will be happy to talk with you and evaluate the problem ...Read more
Hi for the past 2 days I've been getting pain in the lower left side of my abdomen and pelvis that radiates into the top of my left leg.
I feel pain in the lowest left side of the abdomen that radiates through my left leg and I feel some pressure on my pelvis. I'm 22, what can cause this?
- Talk to a doctor online
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