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Abdominal Pain And Hypotension Episode
Low abdominal pain, fainted, happened 3 times already and in the past 2 i urinated, 18, female, have low blood pressure, no one can say what's wrong.
Fainting: Can be a result of low blood pressure. You need to see an internist.They will be able to work through all of your symptoms and figure out what's going on and get you feeling better. In the mean time , check and record your blood pressure and pulse and take these results in to show your doctor. ...Read more
Hypotension is defined as "low blood pressure". Blood pressure is measured as two numbers and expressed as systolic blood pressure (sbp) / diastolic blood pressure (dbp). The sbp is the pressure that is generated when the heart squeezes. Dbp occurs when the heart relaxes. 120/70 is considered normal in adults. Less than 100/60 (of either number) can ...Read more
I think I have childbed fever . I have abdominal pain fast heart rate low blood pressure . Is this possible ?
GO TO ER NOW!!: You are exhibiting signs of what we call sepsis - a very serious infection that could kill you tonight. This does not wait until morning. Sign off computer and call someone to take you to ER NOW or call 911. Do not wait until organs start to fail to get evaluated and treatment started. Off computer now and right to nearest hospital emergency room. GO NOW and God's speed....... ...Read more
Allergy to bird, cat and dog dander. I have all of those. Hair started thinning, fatigue, low blood pressure and abdominal pain. Allergy symptom? Thx.
What causes upper right abdominal pain with stomach bloating. Pain gets worse when walking , low blood pressure, high glucose , pain goes through to back?
A CT scan shows a spot on the liver. What could be the results? I was having stomach and lower abdominal pain, low blood pressure, and was diagnosed with ibs, the CT scan showed I have a spot on my liver. What would cause that?
Unrelated to IBS: The ct report should include a differential diagnosis. This is a "laundry list" of what the radiologist thinks the spot may be & what tests are necessary to get a definitive answer. "spots" can be benign (cyst, hemangioma) or malignant. A repeat ct in 6 months, an MRI of the liver, or even a biopsy may be suggested.Please clarify with the doctor that ordered the ct or ask for a copy of the report. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My sister is 15 with low blood pressure 90/58. Her b.p drops to 80/45. There was sudden decrease in b.p, sweating stomach ache, weakness from 5 days.
4 severe episodes of upper abdominal pain? The pain was so bad I had to lay on floor until the pain subsided, this has happened 4 times?
Could be anything!: This really could be anything. Stomach, gallbladder. You need to see your doctor for an evaluation. ...Read more
Episodes of upper back and upper abdominal pain right side. Crying from pain. Go to er? Or is it just my ibs? Nausea also
Go to ER if so painf: If you have severe pain which is persistent, then you must hurry and go to the er for medical evaluation. You can not assume that it is due to ibs. ...Read more
Post c section 2 weeks ago. Have had severe upper back pain turns to upper abdominal pain then vomit. Feel fine after and before episode. ?
C section psin: I am not entirely certain what is causing your symptoms but one possibility is that your intestines are not reaction well to recent surgery and are occasionally getting blocked. I would call your Ob Gyn tomorrow to ask, or go to the ER tonight if you develop severe stomach cramps or nausea. Feel better soon! ...Read more
I have upper abdominal pain mostly after eating and have had about four episodes of this over a 2-3 month period since I was in my early 20s. Doctors were never able to determine cause. This time at age 43 blood tests have shown mildly elevated pancreas e
Gallbladder disease?: since you now have been found to have elevated pancreas enzymes, the possibility of gallstones must be considered. They may have developed since last time you were worked up, and could lead to symptoms you are describing. Pancreatitis is mostly commonly caused by gallstones; consider evaluation by a general surgeon ...Read more