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Abdominal Pain Pelvic Region
Not enough data: Too many possible diagnoses, from benign muscle sprains to severe deadly conditions. Any persistent abdominal or pelvic pain of moderate to severe intensity should be evaluated in person by a physician. Concerning symptoms include fever, nausea and vomiting, cold sweats, distention (bloating), lack of bowel movements or severe diarrhea. These need immediate attention. ...Read more
I'm 14 wk pregnant & have had stomach ache in lumbar & lower abdomen (pelvic) regions since 1st wk. Urine test: pus cells 5-6/hpf. Have acidity. Help?
Can a CT scan contrast cause abdomen pain and back pain all day long.my husband had a scan for abd nd pelvis. Havin this pain the preceding day.
What will CT of the adomen and pelvis show when Dr ordered for chronic lower abdominal ache on both sides? Urinaryanalysis showed nothing. For a male
Had 2 chest/1 abdomen xray and 1 CT abdomen pelvis scan within 2 days to diagnose abdomen pain. Is this too much radiation and should I be worried?
Yes and no: Yes, that is quite a bit of radiation in a short period of time. However, there shouldn't be any significant near-term cause for concern. The main concern is your cumulative radiation dose over time. For future tests, it would be reasonable to talk to your doctor about your concerns, and ask if alternative imaging tests may be acceptable. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I completed natural ivf, embryo transfer26/8/13. After et, I have mild fever until now with back ache near pelvis & lower abdomen pain&burning sensati?
Call: Your ivf doctor and explain. This may be perfectly normal (you don't give a specific temperature) but it could also be problems. You need your doctor to help you with this, not online help. Best! ...Read more
I'm 39 weeks pregnant. Saw my ob mon. Being 1.5 CM dilated. Today i'm having abdominal pain, tightness, and pressure in my pelvic region. Is this labor?
Could be : Obviously you should follow your doctor specific instructions. In general it is time to go to the hospital when contractions are five minutes apart or at least an hour, if your water breaks, or if the baby is moving less than five times per hour. ...Read more