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Earl Mild Pain
Moderate to severe diffuse upper & lower abdominal pain x12hrs;dull,crampy,♯moderate back pain too.No fever.BM yesterday, passing gas now.Ddx?
I am experiencing pelvic pain, abdominal pain (severity: moderate) , abdominal discomfort and pain with urination.
ER or urgent care : You need immediate evaluation. Urinalysis with urine HCG just in case, urine culture. Any woman with painful burning urination needs immediate urinalysis and urine culture to determine what infection is present and antibiotics the infection is susceptible to. Empiric treatment then given. Kidney stones history? Ovarian cysts? Your MD will give you a comprehensive evaluation. Don' worry you'll b ok ...Read more
LMP 03/23/17 experiencing pelvic pain, back pain (severity: mild.) (side: lower front/Back right) , burning sensation, mild nausea, fatigue. EP:2days?
I am experiencing stomach cramps, back pain, abdominal pain (all over) (severity: mild) (quality: sensation of tearing pain) , breast tenderness t...
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A mild pain in right testicle while walking yesterday no vomitting, no nausea just a mild pain which goes and comes back?
Here are some...: Go to be evaluated so to assure if having mild intermittent testicular torsion or inguinal hernia or possible disorders of local muscles, joints, & nerves. How to sort these clinically related things out correctly? Follow suggestion in articles listed in http://formefirst.com/onDealSickness.html. More? Seek evaluation by local doc. Best wish to health and happiness... ...Read more
I am experiencing nausea (severity: moderate) and abdominal pain (quality: burning) (side: upper) (severity: mild) .
Reflux possible: You may want to talk to your primary doctor about the possibility of reflux disease. Did you eat anything spicy, or with caffeine, or take Ibuprofen? These are common irritants to your stomach. It is important to distinguish this from a cardiac origin so if the pain is intensifying, please go to the ER. If not, take some Maalox, or gaviscon, or another anti-gas formulation and followup. ...Read more
4 DPO with alternating bilateral pelvic pain and some central pelvic discomfort and low back pain. Faint pink x1 with wiping. Implantation?
Too early: If you ovulated four days ago its too early to know and to early to have pregnancy symptoms. If you think you might be pregnant check then check a home pregnancy test if you miss your period. Pelvic pain is very complex and requires an examination to help determine the cause and treatment. ...Read more
Depending on how --: Long your symptoms have been going on for, i would be concerned about the numbness that your experiencing. You need to see your pcp to start a workup with a hx, physical examination, appropriate investigations, and most likely a referral to an orthopod. For the specific treatment you require. Good luck. ...Read more
Probably unrelated: Sorry to hear about your 2 problems. They are most likely unrelated. I would recommend that you see a MD to help diagnose the cause of both. Your doctor may need to send a stool sample to the local lab for evaluation, and look for signs of a fistula (small tract from the rectum to the skin). ...Read more
This might be blood: This might be blood contained in the vascular pelvic venous system just prior to orgasm also known when unrelieved by orgasm as pelvic congestive syndrome. If the pain did not prevent orgasm and relieved the discomfort, voila! if the pain persisted post-orgasm or prevented the "climax", see a gyn md for a expert analysis by exam. ...Read more
Child with headache for 3 days. Persistent dull ache with occasional severe pain localized back of head?
Headache: in such age should be respected, please get your child evaluated soon by your pediatrician or in ER, good luck ...Read more
My Son is experiencing back pain (severity: moderate (side: both) and upper abdominal pain. The following also describes him: Nausea pain when taking deep breath pain with jumping What should ...
See a doctor: Abdominal pain with nausea that worsens with movement is concerning for inflammation of the inside of the abdomen (peritonitis) that could be from appendicitis, gallbladder disease, bowel perforation, internal bleeding, or other internal infection. Best to seek immediate medical care. ...Read more
Mild CRPS. Sympt- burning pain, swelling, redness, red dots on skin, sensitivity. Amitriptyline, physio- referred pain dr. Does mild CRPS worsen?
Can be challenging: However, most cases of CRPS encountered in my practice are far from mild. Have you had a diagnostic sympathetic block to confirm? Also, amitriptyline is rarely an effective drug in CRPS, and drugs such as Lyrica, Savella, (milnacipran) Cymbalta, work far better. Please confirm your diagnosis via second opinion. ...Read more
I am experiencing generalized abdominal pain (severity: mild) (quality: throbbing sensation) and cramping. The following also throbbing uterus?
Pelvic pain: Pelvic pain is complex as there are several organs in the pelvis. The ovaries, fallopian tubes, uterus, cervix, bladder, appendix, intestines, colon and rectum can all be the source. Pelvic pain requires and examination to help organize the evaluation. Seeing a gynecologist is a good place to start the evaluation. ...Read more
I am experiencing abdominal pain (all over) (severity: moderate) (quality: throbbing sensation) and chills.
Considerations...: Recurrent abdominal discomfort is first addressed by accompanying signs/symptoms that may localize the organ involved: vaginal discharge or bleeding, alteration in periods, pregnancy risk? Fever, nausea, vomiting, altered stool pattern, blood with stool, tenderness, distension? Painful urination, blood in urine? Recent trauma, herniations? Age? Risk factors? Excruciating pain needs immediate eval ...Read more
I have occasional chest pains. The pain is sharp. I'm having mild MVP with mild regurgitation. Anything to be worried?
Had gallbladder removed 4 years ago, today I'm experiencing some pain on that area along with low grade fever, help.
23f constant headache x2 weeks with no relief, nausea, fatigue, occasional dizziness, low back pain with some very mild low abdominal cramping/pain?
More information: You need to provide more information for any reasonable answer to your question . At any rate a complex problem like you describe can not be handled on line. I advise you to see a neurologist after an initial internal medicean examination. ...Read more