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Fever With Back And Abdominal Pain
I have upper left abdominal pain with gas and nausea. Lower back pain as well. No fever. Very uncomfortable?
Cannot diagnose: The symptoms you have provided may or may not be in sync with one another, and in addition would have to see you face to face and examine you in order to assess this. See your family doctor, and in addition, answers on healthtap aren't intended for individual treatment, prescription or diagnosis. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Check this: Lower abdominal pains radiating to the back can be several causes varying from infection, appendicitis, ovarian cyst severe urinary infection, kidney infection. There is no accurate way to find out via this site so go the your doctor or an emergency room today. This is not something to just sit on until you know what is wrong. Good luck ...Read more
See a doctor: I recommend seeing a doctor as soon as possible. ...Read more
Need to examine: There are too many causes of these symptoms to be able to provide a meaningful opinion without further history, physical examination and may be some tests. If the symptoms have persisted for more than 4 hours, go the nearest emergency room if you cannot get to see your doctor. ...Read more
Woken with chest pain very tired lower pain in back abdo pain and pain in shoulders taken gtn no help?
Must check the heart: A person with chest pain and left arm or shoulder symptoms usually has to go to his doctor (or the E.R.) to be checked right away for a heart attack. That means not waiting at home to see if it turns into a bad heart attack. As the saying goes, "better safe than sorry". There are other causes of pain, especially if the pain is more generalized... but worry about that after verifying a good heart. ...Read more
Needs evaluation: Chills could be the start of a fever, since that's how your brain makes you get warm-- either by shivering and/or piling on the blankets. Fevers and abdominal pain make me pay attention as a doctor- you could have an intraabdominal infection. I would say go to an Urgent care center or ER where you can get an exam, blood work and possibly imaging to figure out what's going on. Hope u feel better. ...Read more
Sudden diarrhea and vomiting. May still have UTI a month later. Pain in lower back and right pelvic pain and pain under ribs. Nausea. Hurt bad. Help?
Woke up with neck pain and stiffness, lasting two weeks, then right leg knee pain/thigh, low grade fever and lower abdomen discomfort distention??
Having some moderate back pain in upper and lower back accompanied by stomach pains. Had severe stomach pains with nausea and diarrhea 2 days ago. ?
Back pain: Dear Juan, You clearly had an infectious gastroenteritis 2 days ago The back pains you are feeling is likely part and parcel of having a virus, and the residual abdominal pain you feel is part of the healing process the human intestine must go thru and can last for 1-2 weeks. If any nausea/vomiting/diarrhea recurrence, or if you do not feel completely better in 2 weeks. Dr. A ...Read more
Anything: Most people think their whole abdomen is their stomach, but the stomach is in the upper middle or upper left of the abdomen. If your lower abdomen hurts, that could be your skin, muscles, bladder, uterus, or intestines. If the upper part of your abdomen hurts, it could be acid reflux, pancreatitis, or other problems. See a doctor for an assessment. ...Read more
What causes lower back pain that radiates to lower abdomen accompanied with symptoms like sweating, vomiting, loose stool and chills?
Kidney infection: There is a high chance that you may have a gastroenteritis accompanied by a kidney infection. Depending on your age this can be caused by multiple other factors. In the elderly you can have a reduced blood supply to the gut causing mesenteric ischemia. You will need to see a doctor as soon as possible to investigate further. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Have high fever, nausea and chills in morning and night. Knee pain and back pain mostly with feeling of weakness and other joint pain. ?
See you doctor: Your doctor needs to be aware of this and a face-face eval, exam and probably lab tests are in order. Especially if these are new(er) findings, your doctor needs to see and evaluate this in person. ...Read more
Im having lower abdominal pain and back pain along with a yellow vaginal discharge. Will amoxicillin help?
Hip with groin pain mild until constipated then pain in those areas increase with lower back and leg pain...Any ideas?
Back pain: This could be any one of a dozen things. The only way in which to investigate this is to be seen by a doctor, examined, have some labs and imaging studies done, all after providing a full history. Frankly this sounds very severe and should be looked into immediately. If you cannot see a family doctor now, go to an ER. Good luck. ...Read more
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