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Pain in tummy worse after eating had for 6 weeks losing weight?

Pain in tummy worse after eating had for 6 weeks losing weight?

Time to see a doctor: Evaluating this requires an exam and probably some tests. It sounds like it is not going away by itself. Find out what it may be and start treatment. Don't let things get worse or lead to secondary problems. Best wishes for getting back to health. ...Read more

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34 weeks pregnant no fetal movement 36 hrs cramping in thighs tender tummy and sevre bark like cough ?

34 weeks pregnant no fetal movement 36 hrs cramping in thighs tender tummy and sevre bark like cough ?

See your doctor: You need to see our doctor as soon as possible to make sure baby is ok. Need ultrasound if possible. ...Read more

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I jumped over a 6 foot wall in July, landing in frog jump position and still have pain in my knees, hands, forearms and ankles. I'm 1.77m and 120kg?

I jumped over a 6 foot wall in July, landing in frog jump position and still have pain in my knees, hands, forearms and ankles. I'm 1.77m and 120kg?

Injury: You've probably injured yourself with this big jump. I would add yoga for stretching and flexibility training, Yoga will provide the slow, gentle healing that you need for moderately injured joints and tendons before they get worse. ...Read more

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Bump in bellybutton that has slowly increased size over 3 weeks. Umbilical hernia? Slightly painful when bending down. Slight abdominal pains too.

Bump in bellybutton that has slowly increased size over 3 weeks. Umbilical hernia? Slightly painful when bending down. Slight abdominal pains too.

Could be: Although umbilical hernia is a possibility it should not be painful. If indeed painful a more prompt referral to an emergency room is warranted to ensure this is not a life threatening condition. ...Read more

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4 month old has head lag but hold head up steady when sitting upright with support and on tummy. Doesn't use arms during tummy time. Is this normal?

4 month old has head lag but hold head up steady when sitting upright with support and on tummy. Doesn't use arms during tummy time. Is this normal?

Yes: get a copy of the Denver Developmental Screening Test and insstructions on how to use it. It has a bunch of rectangles on it. The key takeaway is that there are a wide range of ages at which perfectly normal children accomplish certain milestones. A child can even be "delayed" in one area and still be considered normal. ...Read more

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Is persistent dull tummy ache normal in 9 weeks pregnancy?

Is persistent dull tummy ache normal in 9 weeks pregnancy?

Tummy ache: Lower abdominal pain can occur for many reasons in early pregnancy... If there is no bleeding involved hopefully it is just your bowels acting up with diarrhea or constipation... Please bring this up to your practitioner. ...Read more

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Bottom pressure when moving with some sharp pain in vagina 34 +6 weeks few felt contractions but hardening of belly baby rolling slowly ?

Bottom pressure when moving with some sharp pain in vagina 34 +6 weeks few felt contractions but hardening of belly baby rolling slowly ?

Obgyn check: It is quite normal for most pregnant women to feel pelvic pressure, vaginal pressure and occasional contractions as one gets closer and closer to the due date. An Obyn will need to assess you in your individual circumstances to assess if what you are dealing with is normal or not. ...Read more

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I got interlocking femur rod removal surgery 6 days ago.I have 1 in stitch on hip side and 1 CM stitch near knee. Can i roll over to sleep on stomach?

I got interlocking femur rod removal surgery 6 days ago.I have 1 in stitch on hip side and 1 CM stitch near knee. Can i roll over to sleep on stomach?

Call the surgeon: The best answers to the specific needs of a post operative patient will be made by those who best know you and your case. Each patient has specific differences from others in the way their surgery went and the precautions a surgeon would have are based on those differences. If you can't get through now, follow the guidelines you were given at discharge. ...Read more

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I fractured my L1-L4 transverse processes . After 6 weeks still having lots of pain, stinging in hip& buttock. Pain down leg. Is this normal?

Back Fracture: Fracture of the multiple transverse processes can damage structures adjacent or passing through this bony structure. Pain down legs suggests involvement of a nerve or nerves. This could be due to bony fragment, swelling, muscle spasm or nerve injury. A follow up visit with your doctor and possibly a repeat MRI or nerve conduction study to determine cause. ...Read more

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Can umbilical hernia still resolve on its own in 6 years old without surgical repair? The hernia looks normal color, but the child complains ab pain.

Can umbilical hernia still resolve on its own in 6 years old without surgical repair? The hernia looks normal color, but the child complains ab pain.

Usually not: Usually if it will resolve on its own it is by about age 4. These are really small and simple operations. If it is causing pain just get it fixed. Very low risk and simple little procedure. Your child will be much better off. ...Read more

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Estimated 32 weeks pregnant. Baby has dropped about a week ago there is lots of pressure in my lower abdomen, thighs, back, and tightness. Labor?

Estimated 32 weeks pregnant. Baby has dropped about a week ago there is lots of  pressure in my lower abdomen, thighs, back, and tightness. Labor?

Can get checked : Doesn't seem like labor since you don't mention labor symptoms like contractions. You can ask your doctor to evaluate you if concerned ...Read more

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Lower abdomen has been hard for 6 months now but I'm not pregnant. Feels hard especially when lying down and bulges out. Uncomfortable to lay on tummy?

Lower abdomen has been hard for 6 months now but I'm not pregnant. Feels hard especially when lying down and bulges out. Uncomfortable to lay on tummy?

Any surgery: have you have any surgery like C-section or similar lower abdominal surgery? .If you did that will be a hernia if you never had surgery then the hardness in the abdomen could be either female related like a blood or mass in the uterus or large ovarian cyst. or digestive which is the least likely from your description like bloating from IBS either way you need to seek a physician evaluation please. ...Read more

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4 mo PO Robotic Hyst - sudden pain upper left side of belly button for two weeks. Pain getting worse. Only hurts bending over or laying on stomach.

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4 mo PO Robotic Hyst - sudden pain upper left side of belly button for two weeks.  Pain getting worse.  Only hurts bending over or laying on stomach.

Possible hernia: Pain near a surgical wound could possibly be an incisional hernia. See you doctor for an exam to check it. ...Read more