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Acute Pelvic Pain Female
Pelvic pain in men: There can be a variety of causes of pelvic pain in med. If your primary care doctor is having trouble finding the cause then referral to a urologist might be appropriate. If a urologist can't arrive at a cause then referral to an interventional pain management specialist would be appropriate. ...Read more
Can prostatitis cause pain coming directly from testicles (bilateral), thigh pain, upper left sided pelvic pain and/or varicoceles?
Infection: These symptoms could be due to a urianry tract as well as a kidney stone that is passing. See your physician as soon as possible so that appropriate therapy may be started. ...Read more
33 yr old female, with chronic right side abdominal pain, severe abdominal swelling, pain radiates down right leg. Been to ER many times no diagnosis?
STOP: Going to er, find a family doctor or internist, get a thorough exam and hopefully a good plan of action with appropriate testing. Impossible to say what it is without exam. ...Read more
Can't diagnose: with the available information. Consider evaluation by your physician or an urologist. Take care. ...Read more
Constant right flank/back, intermittent abdominal and epigastric pain+no fever+no urine or bowel symptoms+history of bladder cancer and hysterectomy?
Pain during sex, 24/7 cramping pelvic pain and low back pain. Ruptured cyst, free fluid found in sonogram3/14, is constant pain abnormal? Antibiotics?
Evaluation: Intercourse pain is a complex issue. If you recently had a sonogram that showed free fluid this could represent a ruptured cyst but constant pain with cramping and low back pain are atypical. A follow up visit with your Obgyn is warranted to investigate other possibilities. Pelvic inflammatory disease can cause these symptoms and would require antibiotics ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
22y male, discomfort and a dull constant pain in right iliac region for 6 months. Could it be chronic appendicitis? How is appendicitis diagnosed?
You never will: Know unless you see your doctor soon for investigation and treatment, it could be some thing simple or could be a complex problem , you are neglecting your problem for 6 months , it is time to see your doctor ...Read more
No. : Acute cystitis is inflammation of the bladder either by an infection or some other irritant. It usually causes urinary problems like increased frequency, urgency, discomfort when urinating, but will not cause testicular pain. You should see your doctor for an exam and further advice. ...Read more
Many possibilities: There are many possible causes for your symptoms - muscular, GI, or gynecologic. I would need more information in order to help narrow down cause or make any recommendations. Since your symptoms are severe, I strongly encourage you to see your clinician asap. ...Read more
I am experiencing pelvic pain, abdominal pain (severity: moderate) , abdominal discomfort and pain with urination.
ER or urgent care : You need immediate evaluation. Urinalysis with urine HCG just in case, urine culture. Any woman with painful burning urination needs immediate urinalysis and urine culture to determine what infection is present and antibiotics the infection is susceptible to. Empiric treatment then given. Kidney stones history? Ovarian cysts? Your MD will give you a comprehensive evaluation. Don' worry you'll b ok ...Read more
Would pelvic inflammatory disease pain improve during my period? I have Unknown cause of right sided pain.
Probably not: Generally speaking, the only way to improve pelvic inflammatory disease (PID) is to be treated with antibiotics. I wonder if your PID was proven by cervical cultures? If your tubes are severely damaged that can cause a hydrosalpinx which can cause pain chronically. Also, endometriosis is a fairly common cause of pelvic pain. You may need a laparoscopy surgery to know for sure. ...Read more
Severe lower left abdominal pain. Have had hysterectomy, appendectomy, ct, colonoscopy. No answers. Pain is intermittent w/no pattern/trigger. Ideas?
IBD: You may have ibd if all those studies are negative. If so, then treatment with metamucil or its equivalent, should relieve your symptoms. Another cause could be pelvic adhesions. You should see a surgeon, a diagnostic laparoscopy may be in order depending on the severity of your symptoms. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Severe chronic (over 1 year) right lower abdominal pain which increases with pressure + nausea/vomiting. Not appendicitis, and not gynecological??
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