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Abdominal Pain Radiating To The Thighs
Severe lower abdominal pain, radiating to back % thighs, 5 days straight, feels exactly like my period pain but much worse almost unbearable.
Multiple reasons: Multiple reasons, most commonly ibs. This is a functional problem of the colon with symptoms of pain, bloating, diarrhea or constipation or both. You should change your diet, add some extra fiber, avoid fatty or fried foods, dairy products and careful with caffeine and alcohol. If symptoms persists, go with your doctor. ...Read more
Can back and right upper abdominal pain, cramp dwon to the leg, blotting, nasure dizzines all be from kidney stone or another health issue?
I had started with back pain and then it became severe leg pain and tingly feeling in the arm. Just recently I had upper abdominal pain with diarrhea. I don't know if it's related however it's been 3 days with the pain. I took Advil but as soon as it wea
Dizzy, tired, numb face n limb, stiff body numb, dry skin, pain leg, short breath, upper abdominal pain. Is that autonomic nervous disease?
Multiple symptoms: At your age an autonomic nervous system disease is highly unlikely unless you have had some type of trauma or prior nervous system disease. All these symptoms could be simply dehydration. Try drinking 4 glasses (8 oz each) of watch and wait a few minutes and see how you feel. Your urine should be clear and not yellow. Good luck and feel better! Hope this helped. ...Read more
Spine problem: Or intra-abdominal problem. See your doctor for evaluation and treatment options. ...Read more
What do you recommend if I have abdominal pain in the lower right side and it goes down right leg?
Go to: Er or medical professional as soon as possible. ...Read more
I have been experiencing lower abdominal pain which radiate to my thighs and back for almost two weeks now, what could this possibly be?
Abdominal pain: Abdominal and leg pain 11 days after IUI could be due to couple of factors. The most likely is an ovarian cyst. Other possibilities include an infection, or if you are pregnant you could have an ectopic (or tubal pregnancy: which usually does not cause pain until the pregnancy is between 6 to 8 weeks.) there are other possibilities. You should see your physician for evaluation. ...Read more
? Hernia? Back Disc: Sometimes small hernias in the groin will push on nerves very early, before you can feel a lump, and cause the kind of pain that you're describing. Another possibility is a herniated disc in your back, pressing on the nerves to go to these areas. You need to see a physician to sort this out, may need x-rays, and perhaps even a referral to a specialist. Good luck and get well soon! ...Read more
I've had severe but fluctuating right lower abdominal pain with pain in my right leg? *It's stopped mostly but traveled to bellybutton and left side*
33yr old female, severe chronic lower right abdominal pain, swelling, radiates down leg and lower back, gotten worse over the past year. No diagnosis?
Pls see a physician: Make sure you see a physician and do investigation like ultrasound to see the reason behind the pain. ...Read more
Hello, I am having a sudden onset of lower left side abdominal pain. It is aggravated by applying pressure to the rectum and also lifting my left leg?
Diverticulitis: Many diseases can cause these symptoms: diverticulitis, abscess and tumors (particularly colon cancer) being the most important. I think you should see a surgeon and be examined and most likely you will need a CT-scan and a colonoscopy. CT-scan will show many other possible causes of this pain. In women, diseases of the ovary (eg abscess, tumor etc) can cause this type of pain. ...Read more
23 yr old female severe lower right abdominal pain also lower back right ride and right leg pain. What could it be?
Having lower right abdominal pain going to lower back and down leg, been to the ER last month and its not appendicitis, could it be a nerve?
Could be: If appendicitis was ruled out with a CT scan in the ER, it's reasonable to assume it may be musculoskeletal or even some referred back pain. A CT scan would most likely have picked up a kidney stone - can also cause some flank pain that radiates down to the groin. Would see a primary care doc for further investigation. ...Read more
Would a hip impingement cause lower quadrant pain or abdominal pain? Right above the crease of the leg when sitting down at all?
Its possible: It reminds me of an elderly patient I had recently, who did not fall but complained of rlq abd pain for several days. On exam, pain was in the area you describe. On workup, we found a right hip fracture. I'm not saying you have a hip fracture, but pain generated from the hip joint actually is felt more in the inguinal (groin) area, and not the lateral aspect everyone thinks of with a hip prob. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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