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Right side pelvic and thigh pain, peeing allot bloating doctor said IBS but no tests done scared of ovarian cancer have had bowel problems help please?

Pelvic ultrasound: Your too young to have ovarian cancer unless you have a strong family history of breast or ovarian cancer. Pelvic pain, thigh pain and frequent peeing, if going on for a while, may point to something going on in pelvis with bladder irritation. Suggest a pelvic ultrasound and a gynecologic and urologist evaluation if symptoms persist. Not sure bloating is related, try lactose free diet. ...Read more

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I have very bad abdinal pain and bloating and the pain goes down my left leg and foot?

I have very bad abdinal pain and bloating and the pain goes down my left leg and foot?

When to get checked: If you develop fever or vomiting get checked right away. For bad abdominal pain, that radiates down your leg a ct scan may help determine a diagnosis. Could be an incarcerating hernia, or something more ominous. Okay to see your doc. ...Read more

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I'm bloated, and when lifting my leg and bending at the waist, I have severe discomfort in my abdomen. Is this just bloating or maybe more serious?

I'm bloated, and when lifting my leg and bending at the waist, I have severe discomfort in my abdomen. Is this just bloating or maybe more serious?

If Severe, see a MD: Anytime you have severe discomfort it could be something more serious. Hernias, gallstones, infection of the colon, ovarian cysts can all cause bloating and severe abdominal discomfort. I suggest you go see a physician ...Read more

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Why would periods cause leg pain, cold feet, bloating along with abdominal pain?

Why would periods cause leg pain, cold feet, bloating along with abdominal pain?

Hormones: Changes in estrogen levels during your period can sometimes effect the nervous system in some women...That includes sensory (can be linked to leg pain, cold feet), motor and/or autonomic nerves (can be linked to bloating, abdominal pain). Talk to you gyn if you notice a pattern each month. ...Read more

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Hi. I'm 36. Got tubes tied 2 years ago. Now golf ball size clots, bleeding through each hour, serious bloating, leg pain, cramps, cant think right?

Hi. I'm 36. Got tubes tied 2 years ago. Now golf ball size clots, bleeding through each hour, serious bloating, leg pain, cramps, cant think right?

Please get to ER.: Usually I like to hazard some guesses as to what's going on, but your current situation sounds quite serious and deserving of immediate local attention. You could be significantly anemic, hence not thinking right. Please call an ambulance and get to an Emergency Room right away for an immediate investigation. ...Read more

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I have back pain and leg pain for last few days and some cramping and bloating could I be pregnant? My period is due in 3days.

I have back pain and leg pain for last few days and some cramping and bloating could I be pregnant? My period is due in 3days.

It is possible: If you are having unprotected sex then it is possible that you are pregnant. It is however a little early for symptoms of pregnancy to appear so your symptoms could be from some other cause. If you miss a period check a pregnancy test. If you are not pregnant and your symptoms persist see your doctor for a exam. If you develop severe abdominal pain go to Emergency. ...Read more

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Extreme bloating after eated. Lower back pain, thighs, legs, back of neck pain. Left ovary pain but ultrasound can't see a cyst. What this symptoms?

Check your diet: Your symptoms are aggravated by food. Your "left ovary" pain could likely be intestinal in origin. Examining your diet with an interested health provider may point towards the right tests and diagnosis. ...Read more

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I've been having nausea during eating, getting the runs after, bloating afterwards, dry feet, gas, frequent urination, leg cramps, and headaches.

Get examined: You should have a complete exam in a clinic as soon as possible. You may have food poisoning or some other type of infection which can be treated. You should also have your blood sugar levels checked out. Please don't waste any time getting this checked out. ...Read more

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Is it normal to experience constipation, gas, bloating, lower backache, leg cramps, and hardened belly for a week now in my 5th month on depo-provera?

Is it normal to experience constipation, gas, bloating, lower backache, leg cramps, and hardened belly for a week now in my 5th month on depo-provera?

On depo provera (medroxyprogesterone): No. You should not be having so many symptoms. Make an appointment with your doctor to re-evaluate your situation and see about modifying or changing your treatment. ...Read more

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Period is 4 days late, abdominal cramps, bloating, frequent urination, tender and bigger breast, back and leg pain, nausea but no. Vomiting,?

Period is 4 days late, abdominal cramps, bloating, frequent urination, tender and bigger breast, back and leg pain, nausea but no. Vomiting,?

Pregnant?: Have you done a pregnancy test? If negative and period does not come in the next week repeat it or visit your doc. ER visit for this is a total waist of money and resources ...Read more

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What's wrong with me? Adominal bloating and ache backache sore breasts neasouse irregular periods blood clots leg cramps and swollen considpation

What's wrong with me? Adominal bloating and ache backache sore breasts neasouse irregular periods blood clots leg cramps and swollen considpation

Abd. Pain, nausea,: There are many possibilities for the cause or causes of your problem. Make an appointment to see your doctor for a complete exam to find out what is wrong. ...Read more

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What are the causes of bloating?

What are the causes of bloating?

Multiple: Abdominal bloating is a common, non-specific symptom with multiple causes. Typically this is from benign causes such as gas or spasm. However, this may be caused by serious problems such as cancer and should be evaluated carefully by your physician. ...Read more

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How can I prevent bloating?

How can I prevent bloating?

Depends on the cause: Bloating usually means excess gas or stool in the intestines. Sometimes it means slow emptying of the stomach. Avoiding, or getting rid of, constipation is important. This can be done with lifestyle changes, dietary improvements, otc laxatives, and prescription meds. Lactose intolerance and eating excessive fiber both cause more gas. The doctor can make sure there's not a tumor blocking things. ...Read more

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Entrometriosis cause bloating?

Entrometriosis cause bloating?

It's possible: Endometriosis is the presence of endometrial tissue outside of the uterus. This tissue can adhere to the bowel and cause a partial obstruction and bloating. ...Read more

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Is bloating common after surgery?

Is bloating common after surgery?

Yes: Depending on the procedure and to the extent that the intestines were manipulated can effect the bowels motility. In addition bed rest (decreased ambulation), dehydration, and narcotic pain meds also slow things down. Address these later items and you should see your bloating resolve and regular bms return. ...Read more

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Can eating quinoa cause bloating?

Can eating quinoa cause bloating?

Possibly: Quinoa is definitely high in indigestible fiber, thus may increase fermentation products from GI bacteria, leading to more gas production, ie., bloating. Your colon will get used to it, and thus less bloating after a while, so best to increase fiber in small increments to lessen this side effect! ...Read more