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Causes Of Rebound Tenderness
I don't know if it: Absolutely always causes rebound pain — but it is a classic finding. ...Read more
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Is there always some pain when touched or rebound tenderness in appendicitis? Or does that come later, when it's already progressed?
Not always: The physical signs and symptoms of appendicitis depend upon the location of the appendix. A small percentage of humans have a "retrocecal" appendix meaning it is buried up under the cecum with the tip up in the right upper abdomen, often under the liver. Tenderness and "rebound" may not be present, even with well-advanced appendicitis, as the peritoneum is not irritated. ...Read more
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I'm having left abdominal pain just above the pelvic bone. There is rebound tenderness and when you push in it radiates to the right side.?
Should check it out: It sounds a bit worrisome per your description--rebound tenderness means it hurts more when you let go from pushing/palpating the area. This means the inside of abdominal wall (peritoneum) is severely inflammed and needs medical attention (a surgical abdomen) asap. Pushing on left but hurting on r side is also concerning for appendicitis (rovsing's sign). So, consult doc asap. Good luck. ...Read more
I9 weeks pregnant. Pain in my left lower abdomen. Not sharp pain but consistent and sore to touch with some rebound tenderness. No blood. Ectopic?
Sudden lower abdominal pain & rebound tenderness after bowel movement. Lightheaded, generalized weakness, labored breathing. Pain subsides after 45min?
Go and see a doctor: Are you a nurse or health care student do you know what rebound tenderness mean you are too young for anything serious but your description mnaking ne nervous so go and see a doctor please ...Read more
Several things: Lymph nodes are a site of inflammatory response and immune reaction. Swollen, tender lymph nodes are a common response to bacterial or viral infection. Lymph nodes can also enlarge and become tender in certain autoimmune diseases. Lymphoma is a type of tumor that develops in lymph nodes and finally certain types of cancer will "drain" cells into a lymph nodes and spread to those nodes. ...Read more
Many possibilities: There are many potential causes. One may be medication — certain medication may cause this. Another could be due to pregnancy or hormonal shifting. Simple irritation and rubbing from clothing or trauma. However, it may be something more serious such as a growth in the brain. Please see your family physician to further evaluate. ...Read more
Could be circulation: Some people, in particular can get what is ka raynauds disease which is a decrease in ciuculation to the skin esp hands/finger tips. Two types primary and secondary. Primary is caused by vasospasm, secondary has underlying causes i.e. Lupus, rheumatoid arthritis, scleroderma etc. You should see you pcp to be properly diagnosed and treated. ...Read more
Maybe: But probably not. The question is how long they have been there, what other symptoms do you have or have had, how large are they, are they soft or hard, and other numerous questions to be sure. Lymph nodes fight inflammation for a living, and when they do they may become larger and tender. If you are worried, see your family doctor. ...Read more
Infection: Upper respiratory viral or bacterial infection.Get a more detailed answer ›
Certainly can: Costochondritis symptoms can relapse from time to time and can last for a few weeks up to a year. Most of the time, routinely taking NSAID medications, such as ibuprofen, will help with the pain. If your current treatment has been tried for 3-4 weeks without any relief, it would be good to be seen again. Otherwise, it is normal to have tenderness and pain even after the symptoms resolved. ...Read more
100,s of things: A little more detail might help us help you, where is the pain, when does it occur, is it associated with eating certain foods, ect. The details are important, we want to help you just can't with that? ...Read more
Sudden pain in right side of face that goes into head feels tender like an abscess when infected cause?
Orofacial pain: Orofavial pain could be due to many reasons. Usually the main reason is odontogenic in origin. Please have a checkup By your dentist first and then take it from there ...Read more
My 6 year old has a tender spot in back of his head that hurts when he touch it what could be the cause?
Several things: A swollen lymph node, a goose egg from prior trauma he didn't tell you about, an insect bite that is becoming inflamed. If any of these fit you can monitor it until it either goes away or you decide to have it checked out. ...Read more
What could cause the temporalis muscle to be bigger on one side than the other? Also more tender on that side.
Anatomy: Hello. Each of us has unique structural and anatomical differences. One arm is slightly longer than the other, our hearing may be different between each ear and your temporalis may be asymmetric. Since it is a muscle, if asymmetric use over time will change the muscle size. The temporalis is a muscle for chewing. See your dentist and try chewing equally on each side. See your doctor to be sure. ...Read more
There is a tender spot on the left side of my head that is a bit sore when touched. Is it serious? What causes it?
What causes tender scalp w/breakage at roots? Scalp looks healthy. Use low heat, no chem. Broken ends stick up & tip's large. Broken areas hurt.
I have had extremely tender/painful beasts (both) constantly since about 3 months after hysterectomy last december. I still have ovaries. Cause?
Will boil cause tender lymph nots if boil has not drained yet. I do work pulling and lifting. The pain is not bad just tender both on boil and lymph?
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