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Color Of Stomach Fluids
I felt fluid on the right top side of my head after I injected insulin on the left side of my stomached?
Possible.: Of course there really is no fluid in the top of your head - just a sensation. And there is no relation to the Insulin itself. But the injection may occasionally stimulate a nerve that overlaps with other nerves that supplies another portion of the body giving you a sensation where there is no stimulation. ...Read more
I had blood in my urine 2 days ago which has cleared now but now I have fluid in my abdomen. Can you advise at all please?
Poor history: YOu have not provided much info but here goes. If you have the fluid this is called ascites. This is not a good thing and suggests there may be something more serious such as a bladder tumor or some other growth that is causing both blood and fluid inside abdomen. Start with urologist to evaluate the problem ...Read more
Small recurring itchy fluid filled lil bumps. Only happens on right or left side of abdomen. Itchy first few days. Takes a few weeks to disappear.
Contact dermatitis: Be your own detective. To find what contacts that part of the body. ...Read more
Ascites?: I don't think you're referring to stomach acid, are you? I assume you mean "ascites" = the free fluid in the abdomen that can accumulate for a variety of conditions (see my other healthtap answers on the subject). If not, please be a little more specific so we can pinpoint the answer for you. Thanks for your question. ...Read more
Liver trouble: Most common form of free fluid in the abdomen, known as ascites, is a liver so hardened and disease that it causes decrease blood flow through the liver vessels and main draining veins. This together with low protein levels in the blood due to liver disease causes fluid to seep outside the vessels and into the abdominal cavity. ...Read more
Drains: Many plastic surgeons will place 1 or 2 drains to remove the fluid from the abdomen. A drain is a small plastic tube connected to a container to collect the fluid. The container usually creates some suction to pull the fluid out. ...Read more
Ascites: If what you mean is that there is a dena or swelling in the babies abdomen that could be a sign of ascites. This can be the result of a variety of conditions. Given how many different conditions could be causing this it's best to have a visit with your obstetrician or perinatologist to discuss the possible causes. ...Read more
Paracentesis: Paracentesis is a procedure whereby a needle is placed into the abdominal cavity to remove fluid. This can be done to diagnose a condition, or relieve discomfort from the abdomen being distended. However, it is important to find out the underlying cause of the accumulated fluid and treat it primarily if possible because the fluid will like reaccumulate if the condition persists. ...Read more