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Abdominal Pressure Left Side
What would cause abdominal pressure under the left last rib? Mainly while sitting down, making me have to stretch and lean to the right to reduce it
Constipation or: Diaphragm irritation are just 2 possibilities.See ur doc if persists. ...Read more
Starting last year had upper left abdominal pressure-five months ago turned into pain-had ultrasound (doc said she saw nothing) what should I do next?
? Gas collection: Left upper abdominal discomfort may be due to gas trapped in the splenic flexure of the colon. Do you get bloating? Another cause could be mild muscle strain. Are you doing anything that may be straining that area? Do turning and twisting affect that area? If the discomfort persists or worsens, your physician may check further with a ct scan or a mri. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I had my appendix removed 4 weeks ago. 3 days ago I woke up with mid back pain that wraps around my side through my ribs. A lot of abdominal pressure?
No: it has no effect on that area of the body. ...Read more
What could cause lower abdominal pressure?Cycle 3/4, no trama, happens all the time, even when using the bathroom
Check urine: Possibly a UTI ? Intestinal ? Very broad possibilities. I'd get checked. ...Read more
Intra- abdominal: Intra-abdominal pressure is generally higher than intra-thoracic although both vary with the respiratory cycle, with physical movement and body position. ...Read more
I have rectal and abdominal pressure at the same time . sometimes my stools have been black and smaller looking pain raidiating what does this mean?
See doctor : Black stools can be due to bleeding in the intestines or stomach. It can also happen if you're taking iron. It's important to see a doctor and test the stool to see if it is in fact blood. I need more info on the pain and discussing with your doctor when it occurs, what makes it better, etc will help to narrow down the causes. ...Read more
Internal organ issue: Several of the organs in your abdomen, if abnormal, can cause pain to be :'referred' to the back. So, it is possible to have a problem with the pancreas or liver or uterus and have pain in the abdomen and in the back, without having anything abnormal with the back. If the abdominal and back pain goes away with urinating or passing gas, thje problem is obvious. If not, see your doctor. ...Read more
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