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Body Piercing Pain Scale
Burning Pain from foot bridge to thigh whole leg pain is on the inside, feels like on the bone not skin or muscle. Pain scale is 8. Lower bck pain too?
Lumbar radiculopathy: likely lumbar radicular pain. quick onset, burning, sharp, shooting pain like this is probably from nerve impingement from your spine, given your age - likely a disk. see your PCP for a referral for pain medicine eval, they may get an MRI to see and you may be a candidate for an ESI in addition to anti-inflammatory meds (tylenol, NSAIDs), PT and meds like gabapentin/lyrica for nerve related pain. ...Read more
Severe R elbow pain. Pain in R wrist. Pain is constant. Can no longer lift with arm. Pain scale steady 7. 10 when try to lift?
3+ month history of right upper quadrant pain with redness over area. Very localized. Labs, ultrasound, and xray normal. Weight loss. Any thoughts?
Derrmatology: Sounds like you have had a pretty extensive work up. I suggest you see a dermatologist ...Read more
My Husband is experiencing abdominal pain (severity: severe) (quality: sensation of tearing pain, throbbing sensation) , tender abdomen he can barely touch his stomach below the ribs and to the belly button. Antacids doesn't help?
See a doctor: If this is persistent, please have him see a doctor as soon as possible! It is urgent. Good luck. ...Read more
Severe pain on right side below belly button above groin area hot to touch and hard can you get boils under the skin?
Sharp pain near belly button after eating, pain 7 scale 1- 10. Can't lay down. Constipated. What to do?
See your doctor: These symptoms can only be adequately addressed by your doctor in real-time (face-to-face). Only after a thorogh evaluation, possibly including labs and other studies, can he/she determine what's wrong and what to do about it. ...Read more
What can cause sudden,sharp moderate pain(about 4-5 on scale) 2-3 in. above belly button for about 30-60 seconds? Doesn't hurt to press on.
I'm having dull pressure pain 2 inches above belly button, nausas, sweating off and on, palpable lumps in abdomen and flank area? Just don't feel good
See your doctor.: That is a diverse, seemingly unrelated grouping of symptoms. In order to sort it out, you need a good evaluation by your doctor, including a history and physical exam and possibly some tests. I would see him/her soon. Good luck. ...Read more
Rich foods and alcohol seem to be causing cramp pain in specific areas around belly button. Two spots. 1 inch above belly button and 1 inch right. ?
Hurts to move right arm. Pain below collar bone above breast. Burning sensations & deep breath is painful in the area. Pain going on for 6 hours.
Could be many things: You should see a doctor for there are several etiologies here. You need to be examined ...Read more
7y/o boy severe pain in 1thigh, can't bear weight w/o severe pain. No injury, no bruising. Area not tender. Can't lift leg w/o pain. Causes?
Sharp pain in abdomen from belly button to spine nausea and the pain goes down into my private areas?
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Dull back pain, tenderness to touch all over body, joint pain, Joint creaking, rib pain & tender, protein in urine, tender shins, arm pain?
Hi..Shortage of breath following recent flu bug..Chest pain that goes from heart area out to below armpit, stinging type pain.
Lower abdomen pain below belly button trailing right through intestinal. 7 hours radiates from discomfort to high. Nausea and 101 fever?
Appendicitis: If you have your appendix, you may not by tomorrow morning. This description sounds very suspicious for acute appendicitis. If you already have fever as you report, you may be close to rupture if not already. You need to get yourself to an emergency room tonight. I'd prefer someone drive you or call ambulance. Don't wait any longer - go now! ...Read more
I'm having itchy skin rashes, chills, swallon lymph nodes, nausea, low left stomach pain, fatigue body pain/joint pain hair loss, headaches, eye redness?
see a doctor: Then you should see a doctor, have tests done and determine the cause of your symptoms. ...Read more