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Hematuria Abdominal Pain Nausea Headache
No period nearly 6 months, low back, abdomen/pelvic pain, frequent urination, blood in urine, headsche, NT sexaly activ, 15 yrs old, chills, nausea?
Please: tell me you are seeing a physician. You have multiple complaints which need addressed. It is common for young women to have irregular cycles for the first few years of having cycles. The low back and abd/pelvic pain are likely due to no period and your uterus is in spasm. But you need to see a doctor for evaluation. Good luck ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Belly pain is also known as Abdominal pain. Abdominal pain is pain that you feel anywhere between your chest and groin. This is often referred to as the stomach region or belly. Almost everyone experiences pain in the abdomen at one time or another. Most of the time, it is not caused by a serious medical problem. There are many organs in the abdomen. Pain in the abdomen can originate from any one of them, including: Organs related to digestion -- the end of the esophagus, stomach, small and large intestines, liver, gallbladder, and pancreas The aorta -- a large blood vessel that runs straight down the inside of the abdomen The appendix -- an organ in the lower right abdomen that no longer serves much function The kidneys -- two bean-shaped organs that lie deep within the abdominal cavity The spleen -- an organ involved in blood maintenance and infection control However, the pain may start from somewhere else -- like your chest or pelvic area. You may also have a generalized infection, such as the flu or strep throat, that affects many parts of your body. The intensity of the pain does not always reflect the seriousness of the condition causing the pain. Severe abdominal pain can be from mild conditions, such as gas or the cramping of viral gastroenteritis. On the other hand, relatively mild pain or no pain may be present with life-threatening conditions, such as cancer of the ...Read more
Severe headaches, slight nausea, sensitive skin, lower abdomen pain, and marble sized hard mobile lump on left groin region hurts only when pressed..?
HTN : If overweight lose it. Eat no junk food. Drink 2 littes water per day. Eat fruits kale collard greens. Drink ginger tea. 2-3 times/ day. Sleep. 8 hrs/ day. If u had history of heavy periods get ur iron levels checked. If headache still persists avoid cold soda , Ice water and any cold foods after dark. If still not better, get tested for sleep apnea and high blood pressure and low thyroid ...Read more
F16 upper abdominal pain, nausea&vomiting, sudden pain spike&dizziness led to things going black 2seconds, low back pain both sides; hematuria, no uti?
Renal stone: Likely, see urologist.Get a more detailed answer ›
Bleeding gums, fatigue, upper abdominal pain, blood in urine, headaches, bloating, nausea. All ultrasounds were normal so what's wrong with me?
Contact your: Internist as soon as possible!Get a more detailed answer ›
Occult blood in urine, high BP, headaches, abdominal pain, recurrent burning when urinating (couple Xs a month). Nephrologist on 4/27, possible causes?
Kidneys: Kidney disease can cause high blood pressure. Burning on urination requires a urine culture and colony count to diagnose a urinary tract infection. Abdominal pain is nonspecific. A kidney ultrasound is a good screening test to examine the urinary tract, but more intensive studies would include a microscopic exam of the urine, kidney CT scan, arteriogram of renal arteries(dysplasia),biopsy ...Read more
Symptoms are high blood pressure, rapid heart rate, nausea, vomiting, right side abdominal pain, elevated liver enzymes, blood in urine, weight loss?
Rapid heart rate: You need to get to an emergency room for an evaluation for all of your seriious complaints. Your nausea and vomiting could be related to the cause of your elevated liver enzymes. You rapid heart rate may be symptom of dehydration and given the list of complaints you have, some of which are serious, you need to head for the nearest er as soon as possible to prevent a serious event from developing. ...Read more
Hypertension in the age of 17? Hyperuricemia, episodes of hematuria, anemia, heart block a-v i, dizziness, headaches, nausea...
Constellation of : Symptoms merits further evaluation with your physician as there is too much going on than can be adequately here. ...Read more
Visible blood in urine for one month. Started with back and abdominal pain at the beginning and then the pain stopped but the blood continued.No fever
R/O KIDNEY STONE: Hematuria=blood in urine Flank pain with those symptoms is concerning for kidney stone or kidney infection. You need a full exam labs urine C&S. 24 urine for stone analysis kidney ultrasound or CT.. And usually empiric antibiotic therapy pending the results. Make sure to strain your urine and try to capture any debris , it may be a kidney stone. Push fluids water/cranberry juice. Also Urology Dr ...Read more
Husband had low grade abdominal pain once had sharp pain but didn't last. Had a little blood in urine was told 1 yr ago gallstones were found?
Not sure..: What the question is. Blood in urine would not be related to gallstones. He would need evaluation of the urinary tract, such as kidney stones or urinary infection. Gallstones can cause upper abdominal pain ; nausea after eating. This needs an evaluation ; exam with a doctor. ...Read more
Also called cephalalgia, is pain anywhere in the region of the head or neck, & can be a symptom of a number of conditions affecting those areas. It originates from pain-sensitive structures such as cranium, muscles, nerves, vessels, subcutaneous tissues, eyes, ears, sinuses & mucous membranes. It is non-specific symptom & can be primary such as tension ha, or secondary ...Read more
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