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Heat In Abdomen
Nonspecific: Your symptoms are nonspecific and could be due to lactose or gluten intolerance or sensitivity. Irritable bowel syndrome is another possibility. If symptoms are very recent and bowels are loose, an intestinal tract infection(viral, parasitic) or food poisoning may be present. See your physician if symptoms persist or worsen,vomiting occurs or if your abdomen is very tender. ...Read more
Abdominal heat flash that radiates outward in all directions (for male)? Starts in stomach area. Happens mostly when resting or relaxing.
UTI stone retention: Neobladders are made of bowel, thus a full neobladder may feel like abdominal pain, especially if the pain is similar to bowel gas. Many patients need to self catheterize to empty their bladders, thus bladder may not be emptying if you try to urinate normally. You shoul thus have your post void bladder residual urine measured by scan or cath. Pain may also be due to bladder stones or a uti. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
See OB/GYN to pinpt: The lower back. Sacral (butt) area, along with pain, and aching in the pelvic area isn't normal, and needs to be examined fully by your ob/gyn, who will know what to do, and what necessary steps to take. It could be due to a number of things involving the female organs, the GI system, the colon, and a pelvic exam will be helpful too, along with ur medical, family, trauma, social, ; sexual history. ...Read more
What causes pain in back, abdominal, groin, pain in testicles and blood in urine. No fever or general ill feeling.
Could be a number of: Causes. Sounds most likely its a renal or ureteric colic from a stone, which can cause all the symptoms you describe. Or it could be a blood clot coming down from the kidney. You should see your doctor or a urologist urgently to have it properly investigated. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Pain in chest near breast when push on rib pain in back in same area heaviness, frequent belching feels like food sticks in area carry, heavy child?
Lower back pain that radiates across both pelvis areas and into groin and below navel around bladder area. Dizziness and no appetite?
Low back pain: Get checked today by urgent care/ ER you need imaging. need to check for UTI but more important need to check for disc disease, inflammation, infection, infiltration or abdominal mass like renal/ovarian mass/uterine lesion/infection including pregnancy and ectopic F/U with doc/ER today ...Read more
Intense stomach cramps in most of stomach area (especially stomach area between hip bones) & lower back at sides. Diarrhea. Blood in stool.
See a doctor ASAP: You have colitis at least, and this can be either infectious or inflammatory bowel disease or potentially tumor. You need to be fully evaluated and as soon as is reasonable. Blood in stool is never a good sign. Hopefully it is just from hemorrhoids or an anal fissure, but you need to be seen and examined. See a GI doctor. Good luck. ...Read more
See a doctor : Could be coming from your abdomen or could be of musculoskeletal origin. I recommend being evaluated by a physician. ...Read more
Penis and testicles tightening up into body sporadically. Associated with pain in lower abdomen through the groin and down the right thigh. Help?
See a doctor: You should see a physician as soon as possible. Black stool, especially if you are taking a lot of ibuprofen, can represent a bleed in GI track, normally in your stomach. While the pain does not seem to fit that classically, you may have a bleed somewhere else. Any peptobismol use?-also causes black stool. Best recommendation without more info is to see a doctor for physical exam and workup. ...Read more
Pain in stomach region. Lower abdomen bloats in random places often. quite noticeable when shirtless.
Possibly IBS: I don't know the details about your condition, but you should consider the diagnosis of irritable bowel syndrome where a person gets sbdominal pain with sometimes diarrhea, sometimes constipation and of course bloating. It's a benign condition that can be fixed by modifying eating habits and sometimes requires medications. Check with your primary care to confirm the diagnosis and for treatment. ...Read more
Blood flow?: Make sure you don't eat right before exercising. After you eat, blood flow is directed to your gut for digestion. When you exercise, blood flow is diverted to your muscles, and could cause stomach cramps if you've recently eaten, and sometimes just with over-exertion. This is why your mom always told you to wait 1/2 hr before swimming :). ...Read more