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Cyst on left ovary fluid in the womb found on internal scan. Lower abdominal pain, irregular bleeding, left leg hip pain, gas, bloating, what is it.
Cyst: Could be the cyst or something else. Get it checked out.
Ultrasound...: Abdominal examination by a doctor will allow detection of intra-abdominal fluid (ascites) if a large amount is present. An abdominal ultrasound is able to detect smaller volumes. See your doctor.
Sound like a drum?: If your bloated when you lie on your back and tap your tummy it will sound hollow like a drum it may even feel tight if it is fluid you may feel a swish when you roll this could be a sign of liver disease or heart failure and you should seek medical attention.
Cause?: The cause of fluid retention should be determined first. In general, fluid retention may slow down with salt and fluid intake restriction.
If some of the cremasteric fibres get torn in groin shud there b small buildup of abdominal fluid or small haematoma in groin which usg shud detect?
Minor muscle injury: Nope. There will most likely not be any physical signs of minor small muscle damage. But, this kind of muscle damage should heal very rapidly and leave no permanent symptom or damage.
Pain: If the cyst is actively bleeding you may need intervention, but if vitals and labs are stable you need time and pain meds to get through the time until the fluid is reabsorbed.
Lower abdominal pain, pelvic fluid on ultrasound, low grade fever, recent hysteroscopy and sigmoidoscopy, absent ovulation. What might be going on?
Could be anything: The question I want to ask why did you have to have hystroscopy could be related fluid in pelvis mean either rupture cyst with or without blood which could be painful other possibility inflammation from female organ or digestive system like diverticulosis you need a CT scan if you did not have one and if persist you might need laparoscopy see your doctor or yourGYN
No period in months. I've taken several tests and they have all come of negative. Today I had a gush of fluid with abdominal pain. What could it be?
Gush and Pain?: Hmm. How long did the pain last? What did the gush look like? Blood? Fluid? What you are describing does not fit anything common. You should see your doctor for evaluation and treatment.See 1 more doctor answer
Intestinal: Obstruction, urinary obstruction, abnormal organ enlargement, malignancy, to name a few.
I'm 18 weeks and 3 days pregnant and im having serious abdominal pain and clear fluid leaking what do I do should I go to an e.R? I'm having serious abdominal pain and clear fluid discharge and im 18 weeks and 3 days pregnant what should I do?
See obgyn: Several potential serious items find obgyn if you have not done so already. Tell the office the issues and get in!See 1 more doctor answer
Not sure what to ask except please help. Ill over a year. Elevated insulin and hgb. Muscle fatigue, tired, fluid retention, abdominal pain, ? Reynauds
See a specialist: Need to be evaluated by endocrinologist.Get a more detailed answer ›
Abdominal MRI found a "fluid filled gallbladder with no gallstones" & a 1 CM cyst in liver-can it b cause of nausea, diarrhea, rt side pain for 3+ mos?
Unlikely: If you have no gallstones and your common bile duct is the normal size, then it's probably not your gallbladder. A small liver cyst is likely to be incidental, and probably wouldn't cause your symptoms either. Go to see your local gastroenterologist for a further evaluation.See 2 more doctor answers
Is it urgent to have HIDA scan when have gallstones, probable blockage or mass, severe abdominal pain with abdomen fluid, no appetite/vomiting, nausea?
Yes: The wording here leaves to question if the gall bladder is surgically absent, so the answer is the same: Unless this presentation has been worked up, it is urgent to have a HIDA (cholescintigraphy) to rule out acalculous gallbladder disease, high-grade and partial biliary obstruction, or even postcholecystectomy pain syndrome, like sphincter-of-Oddi dysfunction & biliary atresia. Urgent=today.See 3 more doctor answers
7cm complex ovarian cyst, and complex right Ov cyst, dilated tube w/debris, pelvic fluid cause abdominal Bloating? Doctor is concern for ovarian canc.
Yes...: Tubal and ovarian masses can cause abdominal bloating. Most ovarian masses (75%), regardless of size, are benign (not cancer). There are many causes of complex tubo-ovarian masses including ectopic pregnancy, infections (abscess), normal physiological process (post ovulation bleeding), etc.; that are not cancer. It is good that you have a clinician following you.
In ER yesterday for abdominal pain. Ultrasound found fluid and it was assumed ruptured ovarian cyst. Today hospital called said my IUD is in my cervix?
Can a pulmonary function test be done safely with a patient with ruptured ovarion cyst and lower abdominal pain with free fluid in the pelvis?
Certainly: The required deep inspiration during the test may be limited by the abdominal pain. If a restrictive pattern is seen, this should be suspected. If you can blow out b-day candles really really hard, then no problem.
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