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Abdominal Pain When Sneezing
Hard to say: Cough or sneezing followed by abdominal pain could be consistent with pulled or strained abdominal wall muscle, hernia in the abdominal wall or even radiates from a pinched spine nerve. Diarrhea would be unusual in these, but you may have some component to of irritable bowel syndrome. If it worsens, you get pain that does not quickly resolves after sneeze/cough or spontaneous pain, go see UR doc ...Read more
See someone: Muscle strain? Chondritis? Did you injure yourself in any way ? Everyone has occasional stomach pains that improve after time. If you have ongoing pain that never gets better or you have pain that frequently recurs you should see an md to find out why. Start with your primary md. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
More info?: Is it sharp or achy? Is it every time or only sometimes? What type? How long does it last? Anything make it better? Anything make it worse? Does food affect the pain? Have you had any surgery ? How long has it been there? Have you tried any medications? Did they work? Did you injure yourself? Pulled muscle etc? Has anyone done any studies? Need a bit more info? Any nausea? Fevers? ...Read more
20yo F, sharp/stabbing pain in left lower abdomen during intercourse occasionally. Same sharp pain when sneezing, coughing, twisting etc for >2yrs?
Consider hernia: Can't diagnose simply from description, but often times hernias (where the bowel pokes through the normal muscle) can occur in the area you described, and can cause the same symptoms. Usually symptoms worsen during physical activity, like straining. Hernias aren't always dangerous, but if it is bothersome, worth getting checked out. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Severe bloody/barking cough, extreme abdominal and lower back pain. Pass urine when cough. Sleepless nights.
Severe burning/pinching pain on low right abdominal area 1 week after appendectomy. Extremely painful when coughing, sneezing or leaning back. ?
Maybe a disk problem: If the pain goes to the arm below the shoulder it may be a ruptured (herniated) disk in your neck. If you also have nerve symptoms (numbness, tingling, weakness) it is even more likely. If the pain continues or worsens, see your primary provider or a spinal specialist. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Keep walking: When people exercise cramps are a common compliant. Usually a short period of rest relieves the pain. If it does not then see your doctor. Most of the time walking get the heart rate up and this increases blood flow to the body. Make sure you don't walk right after eating. Let the food digest. Note when you get the pain after the walk. Stay hydrated. If pain persists after walk see doctor. ...Read more
Right upper flank pain nausea specially after meals gas and bloating pain progressively get worse?
Need follow-up: This may be your gallbladder. You need to see a physician. ...Read more
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