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Internal Bruising Stomach
Painless: Internal bleeding can be painless. Appendicitis almost always painful. You are taking Ibuprofen so an ulcer although unusual at 18 years old, would also be painful. Appendix pain usually starts around the belly button and settles in the right groin. Fevers can also occur. Bleeding is not common. A meckels diverticulum could bleed. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Could an injured/strained rectus abdominal include symptoms related to upset stomach, stomach pressure & hernia?
25yo female with achy abdomen, gassy, constipated. No blood in stool, no vomiting. Stomach tender to touch and stomach muscles hurt. Serious?
Achy gassy stomach: May be gastroentritis ,short lived, or may be food intolerance,gluten sensitivity, gallbladder ,gastritis with or without h pylori or IBS. Can try probiotic and keep food diary and see what happens after eating milk or soy or gluten products the major culprits. F/U with gastroenterologist/ nutritionist and or allergist for food intolerances. ...Read more
Hiatus hernia: Some people call it hiatal hernia, when the top part of the stomach slides into the chest cavity. This part of the stomach still has acid and can have ulcer but now with acid there, there is nothing to prevent acid from causing ulcer and irritation in the esophagus. See your doctor and get referral to GI for proper evaluation and treatment and even surgery if needed. ...Read more
Depends: Who did it? With what? And why? It would be tough to do, and if was enough to cause internal bleeding unless the person had a bleeding disorder or other debilitating illness, In an adult it would have to be done with a whole lot of force and it would hurt so much that you would probably be at an ER to be treated. It depends on the victim too, babies and kids are easier to hurt. sad to say. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
bruising on arms legs and ribs not anemic no appetite nausea vomiting abdominal pain making me double over gagging no appendix or gallbladder
Chronic Migraine: Once a diagnosis of chronic migraine has been made, effective management of migraine involves three specific strategies: 1) patient education, 2) nonpharmacological management, and 3) pharmacological (medical) management. See your GP for evaluation and professional migraine management. ...Read more
Not directly: The most common type of hernia (in the groin) would not cause intestinal bleeding unless the intestine were strangled in the hernia -- and this would cause many more problems than simple bleeding. Hiatal herniae can facilitate acid refluxing into the esophagus which may lead to ulcers or erosions which may case esophageal bleeding, but not usually intestinal. Why do you ask? ...Read more
Not likely: But consult your surgeon, just to make sure. ...Read more
No: Internal hemorrhoids may have little or no symptoms, sometimes mild rectal bleeding or mild anal aching. External hemorrhoids can cause pain and swelling around the anal area. Constipation can result in abdominal fullness with discomfort, & straining to have bowel movements can cause hemorrhoid condition. ...Read more
Nonstop diarrhea for 3 week
~8 bowel movements/day
lump on the outer rim of my anus
Monitor: Hi, is this just a random thing or do you get unexplained bruises a lot? If it is the former, just monitor. You could have been bruised without sensing it at the time. If it is the latter, see a doctor for more work up. ...Read more
Not always.: Blood is a cathartic agent. Therefore, when it is present inside the intestine in significant amounts, like a bleeding ulcer, will cause cramping abdominal pain and diarrhea. Bleeding from a tumor tends to bleed slowly like a leaking faucet and may cause no symptoms. Of course, there is no such thing as minor intestinal bleeding--the source of the bleeding must always be investigated. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Well...: Please see your Dr. As soon as possible. This is not normal. ...Read more
Ext thrombosed hemorrhoid. Swell/pain decreased, now painless rectal bleeding (bright red), small clots. Mild abd pain and nausea. When to see dr?
Promptly: While issue is lessened currently, you could rebleed again and potentially heavily. Avoid straining at stool by taking a softener (perhaps miralax ) and apply anusol hc cream or Tucks pads until definitive care is available. A good colorectal or general surgeon should be able to help. ...Read more
External & internal hemorrhoids. Back pain. Everything I eat, hurts me. Severe constipation. Pulsation in vaginal area. Tingling in hands & feet.
See a doctor: This sounds as if you really need to be seen by a family practitioner or general internist and fully evaluated. Multiple problems, some of them sounding potentially quite serious. Go soon and good luck. ...Read more
Intense stomach cramps in most of stomach area (especially stomach area between hip bones) & lower back at sides. Diarrhea. Blood in stool.
See a doctor ASAP: You have colitis at least, and this can be either infectious or inflammatory bowel disease or potentially tumor. You need to be fully evaluated and as soon as is reasonable. Blood in stool is never a good sign. Hopefully it is just from hemorrhoids or an anal fissure, but you need to be seen and examined. See a GI doctor. Good luck. ...Read more
Upper stomach pain & bloating. Lower stomach gurgling. Very painful. Hard to take deep breath. Gallbladder?
Could be: Not E-nuff information to guide you. If pain is severe enough to make taking a deep breath hard or impossible, go seek help at the Emergency location closest to you. If pain is not that bad, seek an appointment with your PCP as soon as you can. A few blood tests and a ultrasound exam of the abdomen will get things sorted out quickly. ...Read more
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