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Home Remedy For Lower Abdominal Pain
A 55-year-old man with carcinoma bladder complains of severe lower abdominal pain in supra pubic area. What is the best treatment?
Need for examination: The symptoms are likely due to the bladder cancer; however, it is not feasible to provide a more meaningful opinion without examining the patient. ...Read more
Having watery discharge a lot n dat caused back pain n lower abdominal pain please prescribe me sum natural remedy?
See your doctor: Unclear what you mean — discharge where? If you mean rectal seepage with diarrhea, suggest first discontinue milk, coffee and artificial sugars, given that there is no blood/weight loss/fevers or other sxs. If vaginal discharge, you certainly should see your physician to rule out infection. Taking "natural remedy" for unknown cause would not be helpful, and suggest consulting your physician. ...Read more
I am 29 weeks pregnant and I have had continuous lower abdominal pain with constant migraines and no appetite. What do I do? I am 21 years old. I have HIV that I have been getting treatment for the last 3 years, and I have also tried anything to help
Hello. : Hello. You sound like you are feeling miserable right now. I am specifically concerned about the continuous abdominal pain with loss of appetite (especially if the pain is severe). Because the cause of pain is unknown, recommend that you be evaluated by your obstetrician. Your OB doctor will likely be able to determine if the pain is related to pregnancy or if there may be a different cause. If this is not related to the pregnacy your gynecologist may do a consultation with another specialist. I think that rather than just working to control the pain right now, it may be even more important to determine the cause of the pain so that it can be addressed. Take care. ...Read more
Lower abdominal pain and uncomfortable to pee. Got treatment for clap and gonorrhea but test came back negative. Could it be trichmoniasis? Yeast inf?
PID? UTI? See doctor: This is worrisome for pelvic inflammatory disease (PID), a serious STD complication. Gonorrhea or chlamydia usually are responsible, but sometimes neither one is found by testing. Or maybe you have a non-STD urinary tract infection. Trichomonas isn't a likely cause of abdominal pain, but still could be checked by a DNA test (better than the older microscope test). Return to doctor or clinic ASAP. ...Read more
What is the treatment of ovarian cyst in post asd closure patient? Cyst 3.25*2.85cm & increasing. Age 27. Irregular menstruation. Lower abdominal pain
I am experiencing back pain (side: both) and abdominal pain (generalized) (severity: moderate) (quality: throbbing sensation) . The following also describe me: Side pain, Lower abdominal pain, and Upper abdominal pain. What should I do?
Doctor can evaluate: Many things are in the abdomen: stomach, pancreas, liver, small intestine, gall bladder, appendix, large intestine, abdominal muscles, kidneys, etc... An exam by a primary care doctor can help figure things out. Pain in the right upper abdomen can be due to gallstones. Pain in the right lower abdomen can be appendicitis. Stomach flu, food poisoning, other infections, etc., can also cause pain. ...Read more
I have lower abdominal pain and constant upper abdominal pain right at the top of my rib cage. Plus the bridge of my nose feels like its buzzing?
See your doctor: This is a problem that necessitates a face-to-face meeting with your doctor. This will allow him/her to examine you, ask specific questions. And possibly order tests to find out what's wrong and what to do to help you. ...Read more
I am experiencing abdominal pain (generalized) (severity: severe) (quality: sensation of tearing pain) . The following also describe me: Abdominal discomfort, Upper abdominal pain, Lower abdominal pain, and Stomach upset. What should I do?
Doctor can evaluate: Abdominal pain can be from many things. Stomach acid problems cause pain, as does pancreatitis or gallstones. Appendicitis is always a concern (pain is usually right lower abdomen, worsens over time, with fever coming on). If constipated for a while, stool could have backed up and cause pain. Gastrointestinal infections can cause pain, nausea, vomiting, and fever. A doctor's exam may be needed. ...Read more
Hello, I'm 15 weeks pregnant and have had stomach ache (not lower abdominal pain) could this be my organs being pushed upwards due to my growing baby?
Hard to say: Pregnant women often experience a variety of discomforts. They also experience periodic digestive disturbances. They are also prone to bladder infections. When pregnant women experience pain it is important to have it evaluated in person with your doctor to determine if a clear cause can be identified. ...Read more
Extreme lower abdominal pain upper abdominal pain nausea frequent bowel movements chest pain, migrane and weakness. Happens every few weeks /months.
Heating pad + MD: If a heating pad does not provide any relief, then see a md soon. ...Read more
In Cyprus, I was prescribed Tricef and dumozol for right sided lower abdominal pain, why is this? They told me to go see the Gynaecologist when home.
I had d&c 34 days ago.from one week onwards im feeling lower abdominal pain like cramps backache, tiredness.am i pregnant.home test came negative.bt?
I recently had a tubal back in 2013. Lately I have been tired with no energy, lower abdominal pain on my right side, right lower back pain also and nauseaous. I have gained weight in my lower stomach. I took a home test cause I was late and it said negati
Doubt Preg: I would recommend recheck home pregnancy test on first morning urine in 1 to 2 weeks. If second test also negative, very unlikely you were pregnant. Multiple other diagnoses on the list as possible causes of your symptoms. Recommend you see your doctor for full medical evaluation ...Read more
My period is 13 days late. Home pregnancy test is negative. Lower back pain, increase of appetite, lower abdominal pain and frequent headaches. Help?
Patient 28 yrs old 7 days history of sickness., high grade fever i. E105.6 with chills burning mituration lower abdomen pain suggest treatment?
Critical fever: That as a dangerously high fever get it evaluated immediately. ...Read more
How old is he?: Undescended testes on left side, testes. Mass arising from undescended testes, enlarged lymphnodes on left from testicle infection in scrotum, conditions related to testicle going inside the pelvis like epididymitis and spermatic cord inflammation which drain into testicular lymphnodes and few to groin lymphnodes. R/o conditions like lymyphoma, others like mesenteric cysts, lymphocele- lymph vs. ...Read more
Gut, gyn, urinary: Those are the top 3 sources; neurologic less common. Among those are many, many causes. Depends on age, duration, location, quality of pain, e.g. Sharp, stabbing, dull, associated symptoms, etc. See your doc to figure out. ...Read more
Too vague : There are hundreds of possibilities. You need to be more specific...where is it, for how long, what type of pain, anything make it worse or better, what have you tried to treat it? A complaint of pain is just not enough information to do anything with. Sorry. ...Read more
Abdominal pain: Severe abdominal pain should be evaluated in the emergency room. The most likely causes are constipation or diverticular disease although intestinal obstruction is also possible. If female, then ovarian issues could cause pain. At the emergency room, bloodwork, abdominal xrays and a ct scan of the abdomen and pelvis would most likely be completed and should give the diagnosis and treatment. ...Read more
Usually would indica: Indicate that the pain is originating from structures located in the lower half of the abdomen: for men: intestinal problems, possibly bladder problems, could be musculoskeletal problem, or a hernia. It would be less likely to be from your liver, gallbladder, stomach, or pancreas. ...Read more
Defined location: The abdominal cavity can be broken down into four quadrants, the division lines are the midline that divides the right from the left and a transverse line that is at the belly button. Within the left lower quadrant, lies the sigmoid colon (part of the large intestine), the left ovary (females), and the left kidney ureter. If abnormally enlarged, the lower part of the spleen can extend here. ...Read more
Abdominal pain: Exam by your pcp should shed light. ...Read more
Possible pain causes: Causes of lower abdominal pain include but are not limited to: appendicitis, bladder infection or inflammation, inguinal hernia, diverticulitis, ulcerative colitis, crohns disease, kidney stone or infection, cancer, pelvic inflammatory disease, seminal vesicle inflammation, ectopic pregnancy, endometriosis, ovarian cyst, aortic aneurysm, injury & intestinal obstruction. ...Read more
Many causes: There are many causes for lower abdominal pain. One has to think of organs that are located in the lower belly. Most common causes are colon problems such as ibs, constipation, diverticulitis. In a lady patient ovaries and uterus. Also, bladder infection and irritation might cause discomfort. Best to make doctor's appointment to try to sort it out. ...Read more
A warning sign...: There are a number of potential causes--reduction in healthy bacterial flora of the colon, ulceration in the small bowel, or a low-lying stomach that is inflammed (worsened by alcohol exposure). In any case, you have established a cause-and-effect relationship of pain with alcohol intake. Time to abstain please and pursue evaluation through your doctor. ...Read more
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