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How Can Treat The Back Pain From An Attack Of Pancreatitis
Cause of severe right side and right lower back pain? Very sharp, some swelling. Kidney? Recently had pancreatitis- related?
Not Pancreatitis: Right sided back pain and back pain in general can have many causes. Your pancreas is on the left side of the abdomen, and although can cause back pan, not usually on the right. Right sided back pain can be anything from your kidney to a muscle spasm. If you are at all concerned and have other symptoms, an evaluation by a physician would be helpful. ...Read more
Having frequent urge to have BMS and having BM with mucous and lower back pain. I've had pancreatitis 3x's and also have UC. What could b issue?
May be a combination: With CUC (Chronic Ulcerative Colitis) these symptoms may be related to activation of the CUC. People with CUC can get inflammatory back arthritis and this needs to be evaluated. The additional history of recurrent pancreatitis can also confound the evaluation. Your gastroenterologist may need to have you see a rheuamtologist also see you regarding the back pain. ...Read more
I'm having awful stomach and back pain i've been diagnosed with cronic pancreatitis what can I do emergancy room not an option no doc?
Could pancreatitis cause chest pain as well as back pain? My previous question said I had upper back pain worsening with alcohol use.
Is this pancreatitis? Had Sphincter of oddi#1, improved w ERCP. Symptomatic lately so took tylenol#3 2x this wk but got WORSE epig+back pain 4 HRS.
Im having abdominal pain in my upper left quadrant aswell as back pain, I've had for 8 days. Im not sure if its needed to go to the ER or wait 4 days for an appointment. Im fearful of pancreatitis.
Depends: If you've had the pain for eight days it is less likely to be pancreatitis as by now it would have gotten so bad you would have gone to the er by now. If you can still eat and drink enough and it doesn't cause the pain to increase, then you probably could wait for your appointment. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Aches and pain, nausea, fever, upper abdomen and back pain is that normal?Just got over unexplained pancreatitis so im worried!not same pain, same area
Abdominal pain: Your abdominal pain is concerning. It may be a relapse of pancreatitis, or it could be a gallbladder problem or a stomach problem. The risk of infection or abscess is high after an episode of pancreatitis. You need to see your doctor asap and have abdominal imaging and bloodwork done. ...Read more
Recent research found 40% of people with chronic back pain had treatable infection which could be treated with co-amoxiclav. Could this be diagnosed?
Disciitis: Many patients who suffer ruptured discs turn out to have infections locally, and this may well explain why post-operative chronic low back pain persists, if not treated. May be a bit tough to pin down, but certain varieties of bone scans may help. Discuss with an infectious disease specialist and a neurosurgeon. This is a new discovery and not all the issues are worked out so far. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Stomachcramps&backpain.Was given baralgin for pain. Was worse after eating. It comes&goes.could it be pancreatitis.Dr listened to stomach.Sent me home?
Panic: See your family physician for exam & referral to a psychiatrist for tx. ...Read more
Diet/pain meds/no al: For chronic pancreatitis, yhe first thing is to treat the cause like gall sones, alcohol abuse, hyperparathyroidism..And following can be done 1diet low fat high cals diet 2no alcohol consumption 3 pain meds like tramadol or opoid narcotics all treatments are under strict physician supervision. ...Read more
Back or heatburn....: Back pain does not cause indegestion. They are separate entitities and unrelated. However agents to treat back pain can aggravate your heartburn. You can deal with both almost simultaneously, but the heartburn remedy (prilosec) is otc and does not need a prescription. Aleve (naproxen) can be taken shortly thereafter. If your back is chronic, you should see a rheumatology, orthopedic, or physiatry md. ...Read more
That depends: The best way to know how to relieve back pain is to determine the cause. This requires medical evaluation. In the meantime, there are many options. Stretching, heat from a shower or heating pad (be careful to avoid getting burned), massage, manipulation/ alignment & acupuncture are some of those. Physical therapy, surgery & medications (i.e. NSAID's or muscle relaxants) are sometimes advised. ...Read more
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