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Causes Of Red Sore On The Lower Abdomen
I have a small boil on my lower abdomen, right about where my left ovary would be, it is tender only to touch, and has a large red spot on/around it.
Abdominal boil: You should see a physician, a boil is an abscess which should be drained, the contents should be sent for culture and sensitivity. You should be started on broad-spectrum antibiotics, once the sensitivities are known, the physician should select the best antibiotic for you. ...Read more
Have a bulg in the lower abdomen area. Solid and tender with some pain to the touch with a small red dot above. No zit head or any opening. Hernia?
Recurring problem. Tender lower abdomen & back ache, a red rash then follows 3 days later on my bra line and trunk. Dr has no idea. feels like UTI?
If: ocurring frequently, seek rheumatologist to exclude vascular causes like PAN or FMF. Good luck. ...Read more
What would cause hardening and soreness in the belly in your lower abdomen after being on fluid pills?
I had a baby 8 weeks ago and my lower abdomen still feels very sore. Certain everyday movements still cause pain. Is this normal?
Having a bit of soreness in my testicles and my lower abdomen. Cdould this be caused from driving for too long?
Prostatitis likely: Your symptoms fit the profile of prostatitis. When the prostate swells, which being seated for long time can cause, it triggers irritation to bladder. Urgency/frequency of urination and a variable stream are the norm. Pain typically involves the tip of the penis, groins, testicles, low back and perineum. Treatment with antibiotics, nsaids, prostate relaxation and bladder calming meds can fix it. ...Read more
Ovarian, bladder: The severe, dull, aching pain and cramping pains in the abdomen are often associated with bladder infections. This could also be related to causes affecting uterus and ovaries such as ovarian cysts and fibroid of the uterus. If you have family history of kidney and bladder stones, consider that as well. Visit with your doctor is in order. ...Read more
I've had pain and aching in lower abdomen for 48 hours. The area feels firm and tender when pressed. Any ideas what might be the cause?
Time for exam: It could be a urinary infection, inflammation of your bowel, even appendicitis. It might be a muscle strain or a hernia. In any case it is very worth your time and the inconvenience of having a medical practitioner examine you and maybe order some tests. Don't worry about it, just do it. ...Read more