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Infection Of Abdominal Lining In Children
Infections are invasions of some other organism (fungus, bacteria, parasite) or viruses into places where they do not belong. For instance, we have normal gut bacteria that live within us without causing problems; however, when those penetrate the bowel wall and enter the bloodstream, ...Read more
I try to avoid toxic drugs and treatments. What can I try before I go for traditional medical care for infection of abdominal lining?
See a different dr.: Have you been officially diagnosed with this condition? The GI system is very complex and important to all our systems as it provides proper nutrition working properly. Nutrition is way undervalued and misunderstood in mainstream medicine. I suggest you see an integrative physician who can not only properly diagnose you, but will know many natural treatments for your condition whatever it is. Th. ...Read more
See answer: I assume you're asking about stomach lining. Due to acidity very few things can thrive in stomach acid. How were you tested? Not enough info. A consult maybe helpful so more info can be provided including symptoms. ...Read more
Doctor told me I have infection of lining of my stomach. He said it's not Helibactoplyori (H.plyri). What could this be?
Yes: You're really have to ask your doctor for specific diagnosis and treatment I can't even guess what he would be talking about ...Read more
Blood tests/biopsy: First with be a history and physical exam and then possibly blood tests. Also a biopsy of the uterine lining may be needed. ...Read more
Uterine tenderness: Uterine tenderness is one of the most common symptoms. Obs use the term "tenderness" or "tender" to refer to discomfort or pain in the uterus, typically when pushing gently on the uterus. There can also be signs like a foul-smelling vaginal discharge, fever, etc. In cases of postpartum endometritis. ...Read more
I have an infection of the lining of my stomach. It is NOT an H-ployri infection. What type of infection could it be? Also how long will it last.
I took Monistat 1 (tioconazole) 5 days ago and there's still cream from it lining my vaginal walls. Is this normal? Can I get rid of this since infection is now gone
Went to the Dr. Office and found out I have an infection of the lining of my stomach. (Not h ployri) Any ideas of the type? I have lots of tenderness.
Can augmentin (amoxicillin and clavulanate) cause parotitis? Shall I stop taking them? 3 more tablets left - prescribed for bacterial infection of uteral lining
Hi I am worried about my mom she is having a swelled and hard abdomen and she has been take medication for infection of bladder I just want to know if?
Abdominal swelling e: This is not normal. I bet her abdomen is also painful. PLease take her to the ER or hospital - the swelling and hardness needs to be evaluated further. ...Read more
I am having pain in my abdomen during sex in a particular position. Also faced urine infection last month and having little pain while emptying bladder?
Re-check urine: Probably re-current UTI sounds like a big part of the problem. There may also be a uterine problem or ovary and seeing your gyn for an ultrasound would probably be the next step. ...Read more
My partner has had abdomen pains for quite some time which comes in waves, describes the pain as if his stomach lining feels raw? What could this be?
I have a spleenic infarction caused by infection having abdominal pains does it need to be corrected?
It can't be fixed.: The underlying infection needs to be treated. However, once the spleen infarcts, that portion is dead and eventually scar. As the scar heals, your pain should resolve. ...Read more
My mum has an infection in her abdominal cavity, petrionitis. I just want to know if she will be alright?
Hopefully: Peritonitis can be life threatening. M source of the infection has to be found and treated. ...Read more
Random pain in abdomen every day, dr said bowel is inflamed still from parasite infection but it's been like 2 months since I treated the infection?
Post-infectious...: The persistence of symptoms of intestinal sensitivity and variable stools sound more consistent with a "post-infectious" irritable bowel, but may characterize giardia, a carrier state of chronic infection, or even "topical sprue." this post-infectious syndrome has recently also been appreciated after recovery from diverticulitis. Ask your doctor for re-evaluation & re-treatment as appropriate. ...Read more
If you have an infection in your abdominal area can it effect other parts of your body like your back and make u sick?
Maybe: What kind of infection? Where is the infection? Has it been adequately diagnosed ; treated with appropriate antibiotics? Infections can cause fevers ; discomforts in various areas. Needs a doctor's evaluation ; treatment. ...Read more
Removed implants 4 days ago. Dr wants tissue tested for infection. When can I get fat transfer from abdomen&flanks to breasts?
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Do I have a urine tract infection sometimes get pain in my low abdominal but I have been drinking lot of water peeping a lot but is it from water?
UTIs: Are less common in males than females. Further, lower abdominal pain, as an isolated symptom, is not typical of a uti. Urinary frequency, which is often associated with an infection, may just be related to excessive water consumption. Best to get a urinalysis and see your md. Good luck! ...Read more
I am having lower abdominal pains at regular intervals, could this be uterus infection.? I also missed my period
Yes: Yes if it is affecting the skin in this area. ...Read more
Leak from pancreas: Intra-abdominal infections after a whipple are most often due to a pancreatic leak. This operation involves creating 3 new connections to the bowel, and of these, the pancreatic connection is the most likely to leak. Studies show that leak rates can be as high as 30%. The fluid leaks out, forming an abscess, and causing fever and pain. Most patients can be treated with a drain and antibiotics. ...Read more