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Back Pain Referred To Abdomen
Not typically: I've never heard of a case of sacroiliac joint pain referring to the lower abdomen. The best way to find out is to get the joint injected under x-ray with steroid and numbing medicine and see if the lower abdomen pain goes away too. Better yet, you can just get the L5 dorsal prim ramus, and s1, s2, (racepinephrine) s3 lateral branch nerves numbed up. An interventional spine specialist will know what this means. ...Read more
Abdominal pan & back: You have upper abdominal pain that radiates to the back. Classically one could consider pancreatitis as a cause of this pain. Drug induced pancreatitis from Lasix (furosemide) among other drugs. You may also consider an ulcer, gastritis, cholocystitis, and colitis. These are what comes to mind. Your doctor will perform a thorough history and physical exam and may order tests to help you. Don't smoke. ...Read more
It may: What makes you ask this question? Mesenteric lymph nodes do not get inflamed on their own. There is usually some disorder like intestinal disease, TB, systemic viral infection that causes mesenteric adenitis. It would be prudent to see a doctor. ...Read more
? Ulcer: pain that connects the stomach and back may be due to an ulcer or irritation in the stomach lining. Pl get it checked out! Taking Motrin can really irritate the stomach lining. If your stomach bothers you then for the moment you should avoid tomato-based products and citrus fruits and juices especially oranges. Avoiding alcohol as well as caffeinated drinks can also help. ...Read more
Spine problem: Or intra-abdominal problem. See your doctor for evaluation and treatment options. ...Read more
Could be: Many different things, from ovarian/uterine issues to left sided colon issues. It could even be from your left kidney/urinary tract system. It would be very helpful if you could provide more information in regards to the quality of the pain, what makes it better or worse, anything else going healthwise and what may have been going on when it started. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Not common: To have low back pain with abdominal pain. Sure it happens, but when it occurs, it helps diagnose the cause. Usually though, back pain remains in your back, or travels into your leg. And abdominal pain remains in your abdomen. Back pain doesn't cause abdominal pain. The question should be related to the cause of the back pain, because certain causes of back pain also have abdominal pain. ...Read more
Consultation advised: If this is a new problem you should you need to see a physician as soon as possible to examen you and diagnose and treat you. If this is a chronic problem see your physician for proper diagnosis and treatment; you can also have a consultation here at Health Tap which may be helpful. A video, voice only or INBOX text consultation is best. A text chat is not advised for this problem. Best wishes. ...Read more
See a doctor : Could be coming from your abdomen or could be of musculoskeletal origin. I recommend being evaluated by a physician. ...Read more
See answer: Several things can cause these symptoms such as a Muscle sprain that refers to the abdomen, intestinal issues, a possible urinary tract issue, including possible kidney stones, etc....You need an evaluation if these issues continue to determine the real cause. Best wishes. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Shooting pain in lower left abdomen/back. Lipoma in left lower back corresponds to abdomen pain area. Is lipoma cause of my abdomen pain, too?
Lower left abdomenal pain, backpain, pelvic pain, hip pain on either side, rectal pain, this radiates to thighs making it difficult to walk?
Diverticulitis: What you are describing could be from many different ailments. Sometimes diverticulitis can cause diffuse pain. It could be many other things. Your doctor will need to know more about this pain. They will ask about what makes it better. It is good that you can tellt them that it is worse with walking. Also timing. ...Read more