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Increased Abdominal Girth With Brief Periods Of Intermittent Painful Adenopathy
I am having intermittent aches in my abdomen that feel like period cramps despite being on continuous birth control for my painful periods. ?
IBS ?: ? young females with period-like abdominal-pelvic cramping at times other than when menstruating. Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) becomes a consideration. A Gastroenterologist can help to diagnose. Gynecologists can be slanted toward "endometriosis" and to operate on this theoretical disease - so steer clear of them. ...Read more
I've got pain on my lower abdomen, and it is so painful when I am standing for long period of time. Help?
Male or female?: Causes of lower abdominal pain include but are not limited to: appendicitis, bladder infection or inflammation, inguinal hernia, diverticulitis, ulcerative colitis, crohn’s disease, kidney stone or infection, cancer, pelvic inflammatory disease, seminal vesicle inflammation, ectopic pregnancy, endometriosis, ovarian cyst, aortic aneurysm, injury ; intestinal obstruction. Get evaluated. ...Read more
My abdomen is painful and I feel like I have period but my period is already done last one week now just white blood and why my abdomen is pain?
SHarp pAinful cramps on left side in abdominal area
Period wasnt dued till Saturday but i started today with the pain?
Had a short 2 day period, on the second day had painful sharp jabbing pains in my abdomen, area feels tender and cramps but no more period?
Check for pregnancy : If you are sexually active take a pregnancy test. That is the most likely possibility under these circumstances. If you are not pregnant vaginal infection, ovarian cysts or hormonal imbalances might be possible. Try to make an appointment with your gyn provider as soon as you can. ...Read more
De first day of my periods was very painful, today is my last day & i'm feeling sharp pain on the right side of my abdomen, i can't sit up straight?
Dysmenorrhea: A very painful period might be a red flag that you suffered a rupture hemorrhagic ovarian cyst ( a very common occurrence) or that a pelvic infection is starting. Other causes include endometriosis and adenomysosis. It is best to alert your gynecologist and see if he wishes to have you come in for an evaluation. ...Read more