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First Trimester Pain On Right Side
Rule out appendix: Any pain in the lower right side needs evaluation. This is the area of the appendix and can be an emergency. Remember though, most cases of right lower pain will not end up being appendicitis. See you doctor soon for evaluation. If you have fever, nausea or vomitting then this needs to be evaluated in an er now. ...Read more
See your doctor : While it may be true that some women can feel when they are ovulating, both of the ovaries are sensitive and respond to the hormones released around ovulation. If this pain persists, see your doctor. There could be other causes for your pain that is not related to your cycle. ...Read more
Abdominal pain on right side also sharp pain in vagina and feel as though something is pressing on right side of abdomen. Missed period for 3months.
Abd pain: I would be concerned that you might be pregnant. I would do a home pregnancy test to start. If negative than I would recommend that you be evaluated by physician since symptoms like this may represent some type of gyn issue - ovarian cyst etc. But the missed menses is concerning for you being pregnant and possibly an ectopic pregnancy ...Read more
Just confirmed pregnancy. Dull ache on my right lower abdomen and pulling on right hip and back. No bleed. Is this round ligament pain?? 7th pregnancy
Frequent "squeezing" cramps, lower back pain on the left side as well as above the pelvic bone on the left side, happening for months?
See a physician: If you've had these symptoms for months you really should see a physician for evaluation. It could be something as simple as a chronic recurrent muscle spasm, or disc associated pain, or a pinched nerve. If you are sexually active, you need to be assessed for possible pregnancy or std or UTI as well. ...Read more
Lower left abdominal pain after first child, back after second child. Now on right side and lower abdomen above pelvis. Worse with period/full bladder?
Pubic bone : Sometimes in pregnant women, will have separation of the pubic bone that causes pain and discomfort. This will recur with each pregnancy and results when the Progesterone causes weakening of the ligament. It may last after pregnancy in a few patients and cause more pain. Still, if this isn't the cause, you should talk to your doctor to find out what is going on. ...Read more
4 weeks of burning pain on right side of head and face. Throbbing gums on right side. Sore neck and shoulder blade all on right side. Nothing relieves?
I have a fever and cramping on the right side of my lower abdomen, shooting pain down my right leg, and nausea. I'm also on the first day of my period?
Pain on lower pack, especially on the left side. Radiates to left side of waist. Pain is most felt when standing straight. Sometimes before bowel move?
Myofascial Pain: First, congratulations on your pregnancy. There could be a variety of causes, but most likely this is muscular or myofascial pain. With the added weight of the baby, change In your routine, and reduced sleep your are stressing your mid-back. I would suggest consider gentle massage treatment, trying to support and retract your shoulders and better support when sleeping. Hang in there and good luck ...Read more
Chest wall pain: Jordan, your pain is likely from the muscles or bones of your chest wall. This can sometimes be related to injury, sometimes not. Dangerous causes of chest pain are unlikely in a 19 year old without chronic health problems. If your symptoms worsen, you develop shortness of breath, or they don't go away, see your doctor. Hope this helps! ...Read more
Numbness periodically on left side of abdomen. Lower back pain and leg pain on left side. Period should have ended 4 days ago but am still spotting. ?
Musculoskeletal: Early 20's female w. unilateral abdominal "numbness" & same-sided sciatica. Assuming single disorder, only pain referral pattern explanatory is pelvic girdle joint disorder. Vertebral spine neural impingements refer pain in sciatic & long-leg radiculopathy patterns. Sacroiliac joint disorders distinctively refer to ipsilateral abdomen/pelvis & groin. Osteopaths are skillful diagnosticians of this. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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