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Need to examine you.: There are many conditions which can cause it. Is it acute or chronic? What other symptoms are associated with it, i.e., fever, trouble brearthing or urinating or moving bowels? Is it associated with trauma? Weight loss? The potential causes range from kidney or pancreas trouble, to a strain of muscle, to csncer. Seeing a doctor for a good history and examination is the first step to take. ...Read more
Yes: But what is causing the pain. Time to see a doctor. ...Read more
Vague input: This input is so vague - that we really can't provide a useful response. Left side of what? How long has pain been there? What is pain like? What are associated symptoms? What triggers it? You can consider resubmitting with further information. ...Read more
Could b appendicitis: Appendicitis is possible. The pain localizes to the right lower abdomen after initially being more diffuse. If you have a fever or if the pain persists beyond 4 hours to in for evaluation. An exam by a doc, ultrasound and blood draw for lab analysis will help get the diagnosis. ...Read more
What is the cause?: It is difficult to give specific advise when you do not mention the cause of your husband's pain. ...Read more
If this is: Problematic - then consider evaluation by your family physician or a urologist. ...Read more
Several things: But common things occur commonly. The 1st 2 that come to mind are constipation & diverticulitis. Colon tumors are also possible and can be checked by a colonoscopy. Also, even just excess bowel gas, Chron's is possible but usually with loose stools. Especially important if you have a family history of colon disease to have a scope. Are your stools normal. Any fever or weight loss? ...Read more
I have a constant pain in my lower right side of my back. What could this be it just started today?
Lower back pain: Being 30yo I doubt you have had a back problem before so a kidney stone could be but this usually comes on quickly and usually alot of pain. You could have picked up something heavy and have a muscle strain to your muscles this causes pain on movement and feels better at rest. Take 800mg of Motrin or see your doctor if severe pain. ...Read more
What causes a sharp constant pain at the back close to the left side? Been feeling this pain for about an hr.
What is causing constant pain (2 yrs) in my lower right back that extends around side to front? Feels better for a few hours after massage.
Maybe Muscular: From your diagnostic procedures, it suggests that you may have had prior back surgery as MRI of the l-spine is seldom done with contrast prior to surgery. Regardless, your relief with massage suggests a muscular origin, rather than neurological, such as spasm or myofasciitis. A physical medicine specialist or physical therapist may be able to get you some releif. ...Read more
I keep having a constant pain in the middle to lower part of my back on the right side. This has been going on for some months now. What is it?
Needs further workup: Pain indicates a potential problem that ranges from tumors, chronic appendicitis, kidney stones to just muscle strain or a disk problem. Need to see a physician for a thorough history taking, examination and directed tests that may include blood, urine and ct scans. ...Read more
Past 5 months2/1 3/3 4/2 5/2 n 6/1 regular pd 30d cycl last cycle end on the 5th day this cycl I came on the 30th I bad constant pain on my leftside y?
Depends: Without knowing your full history I am hazarding a guess to your condition. Are you overwieght? Do you suffer from constipation? Are you working out with a new routine that involves your thighs. If you are a home maker are you squatting to pick up after children. If all the answers to these questions are negative than you should probably check with your pcp for other possibilities ...Read more
Chest pain: This can be caused by a number of conditions e.g. Heart disease, pulmonary disease, infections, gastric acid reflux, inflammation of the costral-chonral junctions, and several others. Immediate evaluation is necessary to determine the cause to give proper treatment. Call your physician immediately, or if you develop more symptoms and become worse, call 911. Do not ignore these symptoms. ...Read more
Eval: If you know this is your appendix, you should get evaluated asap. You don't want to have a ruptured appendix. ... This is a surgical emergency. If you are just having GI pain, talk to your doctor about an eval. Monitor your symptoms like what makes it better and worse. ...Read more
RLQ Pain: Difficult to answer with limited information. Possibilities include but not limited to: chronic appendicitis, pain in right ovary, spasm in the large intestine or small intestine, inflammation of the large or small intestine. See your doctor to enable a more detailed history, physical exam & tests if indicated ...Read more
What kind of pain:
Need more information. The question is too general.
You need to see a doctor for a through evaluation to find the cause of the pain. ...Read more
Pain: U need to seek md follow up to determine extent of injuries ...Read more
Many things: There are many things that can cause the pain you describe. Your best bet is to see your doctor for a good examination. ...Read more
Please resend your question. Confused with current stated text.
Thanks. ...Read more
Possilble: Any constant pain needs to be evaluated by a physician to see what the cause is. Not knowing more about you specifically including where your pain is fibromyalgia may be a possible diagnosis. There is a strong possibilty that other causes for your pain exist other then simply fibromyalgia. ...Read more
Pain: Treatment should always be directed at the cause of your pain. The information provided in your question does not lead to a specific diagnosis. A through history and physical examination will help determine the exact diagnosis leading to optimized treatment. ...Read more
It means: You go to your doctor and get an x-ray, and an evaluation. When I hear constant pain, from someone who isn't saying they had a trauma, I have to assume you didn't have a trauma, and causes exclude that. That brings me back to my original point, you need an x-ray and an evaluation. ...Read more
My grandmother always complains about her upper back hurting. What can help her constant pain go. Away?
Pain Management: Back pain tend to be chronic and almost never heals. If severe go to a pain management specialist to receive injections of anasthesics with cortisone. Some pts will require strong pain medicine for ever. In elderly pts a screening with x ray, MRI or ct scan is done to rule out metastatic cancer and to visualize the area. Other options is to see an spinal orthopedic surgeon to discuss surgery. ...Read more