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Causes Of Left Lower Stomach Itchy Skin
Can mono cause high liver enzymes, itchy skin (no rash), gallbaldder thickening, pain in lower abdomen and upper lower back and anxiety? This sysptoms started 2 months postpartum.
Partly: See your doctor for work up to get the exact answer. ...Read more
Allergy?: Could be an allergy to something you applied to those areas of skin, or to something you ate or inhaled, or to a medication, or to a new detergent or fabric softener. Many times the cause is difficult to find. Try a long-acting antihistamine like allegra; if that doesn't work, let your doctor or a dermatologist examine you. ...Read more
Easy bruising yellow skin vomiting, burping, tender abdomen, abdominal pain upper and lower nausea dizziness hiccups and itchy skin. Not feeling good
Have dull upper right abdominal pain which I feel every half an hour or so. And Itchy skin. Thanks so much?
I had abdominal pain, slight feeling that my whole body is trembling and frequent itchy skin immediately after eating what should I do???
I have extremely itchy skin can't sleep at night at all really small spots mostly on my back stomach near my vagina and thighs I honestly don't know nei?
Night itching: You may have an infestation of itch mite. They usually are very active at night and cause intense itching at night. See your doctor or dermatologist for special prescriptions and help. Meanwhile try painting tincture of iodine all over spotted area and repeat three times per night. ...Read more
Yellow bruising mostly on arms. Yellow watery diareha. Seeing the color yellow. Some abdomen discomfort. Itchy skin?
Stomach pain, acid stomach, brown and red itchy skin rashes, everytime I eat something with acid it will bother me at night during my sleep. Help!
See your doctor: It looks like you have 2 problems, stomach pain and skin rashes. You might have acid reflux / gastritis or peptic ulcer diseases. You can try otc antacid or acid reduction meds like zantac (ranitidine) in the meantime but you need to be seen and evaluated to have it treated correctly. Also it's almost impossible to know what your skin rashes might be if we don't see it. Your local doctor can help. ...Read more
What to do if I have dull stomach ache, rumblings, foul smelling gas and itchy skin over whole body?
What to do if I have a dull stomach ache, rumblings, foul smelling gas and itchy skin over whole body?
Doctor visit: These could be the signs of serios disease with your liver and an medical evaluation is in order. ...Read more
I have very itchy skin all over my body. Mainly legs and stomach areas. There are no bumps or rashes anywhere. Mainly happens when showering/sleeping?
Itching: Generalized itching without associated rash is often due to very dry skin. After showering, rub in a moisturizing substance like keri lotion to restore oils to your skin. Other causes could be diabetes, prickly heat, thyroid disorder or certain malignancies like lymphoma. A dermatologist could advise you and order any appropriate tests. ...Read more
Sister has red itchy skin 2 days after school trip through woods. What is it and what should we do to rid of it? On arms, stomach and legs mostly.
I have hives, itchy skin. My stomach feels really weird. It burns and aches. And my stool is pale? Really gross I know! I have head aches as well...
See a doctor: You may have something wrong with your liver and should see a doctor as soon as possible. ...Read more
I sometimes vomit about 20-30 minutes after a meal, as well ad dry itchy skin on my stomach, back, and upper leg area, what could it be?
GI Issue: Your complaints may not be related. Rashes are essentailly impossible to diagnose over a computer. The vomitting after meals could be acid reflux disease, or an ulcer like condition. You should see a dr. For both conditions to get a proper evaluation and diagnosis to better treat you. Good luck. ...Read more
Been having fatty floating yellow poop for months. Blood & feces test all came back normal. Stomach is always bloated & itchy skin and fatigued. Help!
My stool has been orange about 4 weeks. I don't have abdominal pain. No fatigue, just itchy skin sometimes. And I don't have jaundice, what is wrong?
If I have upper right abdominal pain and itchy skin, and my doctor ordered a liver fiction test panel as well as an ultrasound; will these show an autoimmune hepatitis?
They will: Provide evidence for or against the diagnosis, either helping to confirm it or ruling it out. ...Read more
Could it be lukemia? Itchy skin rash thst burns more during hot shower, fatigue, full stomach, infections, high WBC count,
More information: The symptoms of leukemia can include, fevers, fatigue, easy bruising, nose bleeds or gum bleeding, enlarged lymph nodes, recurrent infections, headaches and sometimes a rash. A high WBC count can be caused by leukemia, but those wbcs will look abnormal (called blasts = leukemia cells). Your CBC might also show anemia and low platelets. A bone marrow is the gold standard if your doc is concerned. ...Read more
I have strong stomach pain dark urine and mild itchy skin could I have pancreatic cancer. I'm in er as I type I'm just very nervous?
Stay strong: I am sorry to hear this. I am sure you are nervous. It sounds like you are having some symptoms related to the pancreatic cancer and involvement of maybe the liver as well? I am sure they will be able to help you in the ER and then triage you to the correct place for treatment. Stay strong and try to relax, which I know is easier said than done. ...Read more
Chronic generalised itchy skin, weight loss, Lumps under arms, Swollen stomach, Pale or jaundice, Chronic sweats?
See a Dr. In person: You definitely sound like you need to have an in-person visit with your physician for a physical and lab tests. Don't put it off, do it today. ...Read more
Very itchy skin feels like stings and they look like tiny pimples red and turn brown after itched all over my body everywhere chest stomach hands legs?
Need eval: This can't be diagnosed with the information that is available. A history, physical examination & other studies may be needed to determine cause/causes. ...Read more
I have loss of muscle I have burning pains in my back stomach and legs itchy skin burning throat mucousy stools rashes appearing on body any ideas plz?
See a doctor: You describe so many symptoms that it very difficult to tell what is going on, especially without some type of time frame (i.e. How long these symptoms have been going on?) Rashes appearing on your body could be a sign of a serious reaction to something. You should be evaluated by a doctor. Seeing a rash is usually the most important diagnostic technique. ...Read more
Muscle loss burning in legs stomach and back itchy skin white tongue weight loss sore throat IBS is it candida?
My husband is alcoholic and in pain in stoumach when he drinks he also has itchy skin but no rash could this b liver failure?
Could be: It might just be alcoholic hepatitis, but it could also be cirrhosis. Alcoholics also commonly get gastritis, or inflammation of the lining of the stomach, so that could be involved as well. The itchy skin does suggest a liver problem. Is he jaundiced (yellow)? He needs help! Please have him see a doctor. ...Read more
I've been having cramps on my lower left side, dizziness, nausea, intense itchy skin mainly with weather change &BAD head aches. What's wrong with me?
PMS vs. Migraines?: Now, tell me....itchiness, lower left crampiness and such happening in the face of weather changes or are the headaches doing that? Do you have headaches with nausea and dizziness WITHOUT abdominal symptoms ever and do they occur with or before weather changes? If so, then, you may have an entity known as barometric headaches....treated relatively the same as migraines but they can be challenging. ...Read more
Five days ago I had red itchy skin from using duac cream for acne. I am fine now but I have an enlarged lymph node inferior to my left ear. P. Causes?
Prob. Infection: True true and unrelated. We all have lymph nodes throughout our bodies. Far and away the most common reason that they swell is that you have an infection in that area of your body-I.e. your skin, ear, throat, arm, etc. Nearby. Sometimes viral, sometimes bacterial, rarely fungal. If you're basically healthy you'll heal yourself. Otherwise see your doc. If get more nodes could be nasty. ...Read more