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Ibs And Itching
Yes in the anal area: Itching is severeGet a more detailed answer ›
Have had all these symptoms for 5 years.constipation diarreah difrent looking stool everytime abdominal pain tenderness and itching in that area?
Need to discuss: Some of these symptoms can be very common and don't immediately point to anything serious but if you are really having pain, there may be something going on. I think you'd be able to benefit from a longer discussion with a Doctor about this because it has been going on for so long. Hope this helps, best wishes ...Read more
I have pain an and itching in vaginal lips, generalized tiredness, dysperiunia and some times sharp pain in pubic area.Cause and treatment?
Pelvic discomfort: This requires an examination for dx.Get a more detailed answer ›
Im having some pelvic pain n abdominal pain along with nausea and vaginal itching and white discharge ?
Have ibs-c and continuous intestinal and colon pain, anxiety.Celexa (citalopram) and antispasmodics don't help with pain.Suggestions/alternatives?
See your doctor: I'd go back to my doctor until he/she finds the right potion for my symptoms. You may want to consider a second opinion. ...Read more
Pain and diarrhea are tipical of IBS and IBD. I have chronic diarrhea but NOT pain. Yellow , smooth,floating stool.2-4 times/day. What could it be?
Chronic diarrhea: Both IBS and IBD can cause diarrhea, but with IBD you may see some blood and pain. If you have not had any other systemic effects like weight loss or fever, it is most probably IBS. Diarrhea may occur with other conditions like malabsorption, medications, small bowel disorders etc. You may need some testings to get to the diagnosis ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
No itching at night....intermittent vaginal itching and tickling anus during the day...pinworms or some other infection?
I am experiencing fatigue, nausea (severity: moderate) , no menstrual periods, buttock itch, anal itching and worms in stool. The following also d...
Worms: Because of the anal itching, I presume that you're experiencing pinworms. These usually clear easily in adults simply from good hygiene after bowel movements so that you don't keep reinfecting your self by ingesting worm eggs. To relieve anal itching, apply a cortisone type cream to the anus without letting your fingers touch the anus. See your MD if nausea and fatigue continue. ?pregnancy possibl ...Read more
Diagnosed with anal fissure. Burning pain during and after bowel movement. Can fissures cause some inflammation?
Anal itching: Yes, sometimes pin worms could affect the vulva area, but more likely two different problems. ...Read more
I started taking cymbalta (duloxetine) could it cause burning and itching of hands and feet and sour stomach and loose bowls ?
Yes: It can cause all those things, although the itching hands is less common. More info on side effect here: http://www.Webmd.Com/drugs/drug-91491-cymbalta+oral.Aspx?Drugid=91491;drugname=cymbalta+oral;pagenumber=6 also, if you are taking it for depression, be aware that medication alone is not optimal treatment. Consider psychotherapy, or psychotherapy + meds. ...Read more
Alternating constipation and diarrhea for several months with any type of food. AbdominAl cramps. Normal ct scan. Also vaginal burning pain
Common: Itching is common. It might represent simple hemorrhoids or just the common itch that many people get. It is useful to use wet wipes after a bowel movement, followed by gentle use of toilet paper. You might experiment with your diet. Patients have cut certain foods out and it has stopped. Coffee may be a problem. If bleeding does occur, see your doctor. There are anti-itch hemorrhoid creams. ...Read more
I have epigasrtic pain wih headache and heartburn with flatulence and diarrhea what tha diagnosis?
Impossible: It's impossible to give a definite diagnosis based on one sentence. However, I can certainly give a differential diagnosis. You could have esophageal reflux, an ulcer (esophageal, gastric or duodenal), pancreatitis, gallstones, cholecystitis, gastroenteritis (viral, bacterial or parasite), or even some kind of malignancy (which is NOT likely). You SHOULD see your healthcare provider ASAP. ...Read more