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Help! i just have sudden onset right side abdominal and back pain?

Help! i just have sudden onset right side abdominal and back pain?

Appendix: Colon, kidney stone, muscular, consider using this to help: http://www.Mayoclinic.Org/symptom-checker/select-symptom/itt-20009075?Tab=abdominal%20pain. ...Read more

Dr. Qamar Khan
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Pain In The Back (Definition)

Pain in the back is a symptom that can be due to a number of causes including musculoskeletal or neurological problems or due to problems ...Read more


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What can I do for lower abdominal and back pain after sex?

What can I do for lower abdominal and back pain after sex?

Diificult: Check with your urologist for cystitis, bladder spasm. There are meds like cystex which you can take to ease spasm. Stretch long muscles of low back to make sure they are supple. Check kidney function with urinalysis and cultures . If you have a fibroid utterus, this can cause back pain. Finally, check vaginal ph and have gynecologist do cultures for chronic yeast (candida) which under diagnosed. ...Read more

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Simptoms are extreme abdominal and back pain at top of stomach?

Simptoms are extreme abdominal and back pain at top of stomach?

Pancreatitis?: Severe discomfort in the area indicated is often caused by pancreatitis, penetrating peptic ulcer, ischemic colitis, colonic obstruction with resulting distension of the transverse colon, perforated viscus with free air under the diaphragm, lots more. Every condition i've mentioned is serious and deserves immediate medical attention, particularly if of acute onset. Get help now please. ...Read more

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Does dyspecia cause extreme abdominal and back pain near top of stomach?

Does dyspecia cause extreme abdominal and back pain near top of stomach?

Pancreatitis?: Severe discomfort in the area indicated is often caused by pancreatitis, penetrating peptic ulcer, ischemic colitis, colonic obstruction with resulting distension of the transverse colon, perforated viscus with free air under the diaphragm, lots more. Every condition i've mentioned is serious and deserves immediate medical attention, particularly if of acute onset. Get help now please. ...Read more

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I've been to my doc as I've been having chronic lower abdominal and back pain but he just fobs me off ?

I've been to my doc as I've been having chronic lower abdominal and back pain but he just fobs me off ?

See details: Abdominal symptoms are common in pregnancy as the uterus enlarges. It usually has no clinical significance. Was it your obstetrician that you consulted? ...Read more

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What does it mean when i keep having severe abdominal n back pain n went to the ER but they don't know what's wrong?

Many possibilities : You should go see an internist, a physician qualified to sort through the myriad of possibilities. It could be anything from endometriosis to ovarian cysts to irritable small bowel to... It would be most difficult to sort out over social media such as this; you are advised to sit down with a physician and get this looked into. Hope you get feeling better. ...Read more

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I had a complete natural miscarrage 4 weeks ago at 6 weeks PG. I am still bleeding. Occasional abdominal and back pain. Is this natural?

I had a complete natural miscarrage 4 weeks ago at 6 weeks PG. I am still bleeding. Occasional abdominal and back pain. Is this natural?

Unlikely : Most miscarriage do not bleed for lore than two weeks if you passed tissue four weeks ago and still bleeding then the miscarriage may be incomplete. You should see your gyn for blood test and ossicle ultrasound as you may need surgery to complete miscarriage ...Read more

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Hi i have a low wbc i have lower abdominal and back pain what could this be ?

Hi i have a low wbc i have lower abdominal and back pain what could this be ?

Diarrhea?: Do you have any diarrhea or fever? A virus sometimes can cause wbc to go down but do you have any otheer symptoms? ...Read more

Dr. Heidi Fowler
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Back Pain (Definition)

Pain in the back is a symptom that can be due to a number of causes including musculoskeletal or neurological problems or due to problems ...Read more