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Involuntary Abdominal Contractions
I have severe pain in my lower back and abdomen on the left side. At times in the middle, it comes add go like contractions. What's csusing the pain?
This usually has to do with the onset of labor. It is a muscular tightening of the uterus. Contractions are timed from beginning to end of hardening of the uterus (duration) and from beginning of one contraction until the beginning of the next (frequency). A third descriptor is intensity or how hard ...Read more
Past day I feel an involuntary flutter/spasm (no pain) in abdomen just below bottom rib, center-right. Easier to feel when laying on back. Causes?
ATwitchInTimeMakes9: Many people get little muscle twitches or 'flutters' or momentary spasms.Sometimes quite prominently (ever see the movie 'Dr Strangelove?' or'The Pink Panther?'). They usually go away after a while and don't mean much unless they occur during stressful times or when taking certain certain stimulant medications or too much coffee or caffeinated drinks or...if they persist too long like, say 3 weeks ...Read more
For the past 2 days I have been having bad abdomen pain. It wakes me up early in the morning starts from each side to middle,feels like contractions?
Is there such thing as painless contractions? Im laying flat and I get a tightness around my abdomen.Then pressure down there every 5-10 mins(38wks)
I have contractions/spasm on the bra line below it. also at the centre of the abdomen. I don't gym it randomly happens anytime, mostly while sitting?
I keep having vaginal contractions throughout the day. It feels involuntary and doesn't hurt. I have a constant need to squeeze. How do I make it stop?
Have pelvic exam: It is not uncommon condition among young females. As physician i would ask any other symptoms associated with vaginal contraction. If you are sexually active young lady, i prefer pelvic exam and possible pap smear on the way and culture cervical fluid to rule out bacterial infection that can give you vaginosis. Talk to ob/gyn and will find out for you. ...Read more
Many things: Having these types of symptoms can best be solved by having your doctor perform a thorough evaluation. Only through this type of process can he/she discover what's going on and how best to help you. ...Read more
In dystonia are the muscles subjected to the involuntary contraction ever damaged from the involuntary contraction?
Bulk up: In all the dystonias i've seen, i can't think of one where the abnormal contraction itself caused muscle injury. Usually, the muscle bulks up due to repeated "exercise" from the dystonia. Over time there can be damage to adjacent joints. For example, torticollis can damage the neck joints over the years due to extra wear and tear. Dystoniascan cause the muscle to hurt, but not damage. ...Read more
33wks preg.I feel a achy lower abdomen from 31wks. Scan normal.Sometimes painless contractions.Any thng to worry? Y such discomfrts?
Usually normal: Spontaneous twitching of muscles is common in normal individuals. The twitching can involve the eyelids, facial muscles, chet wall or muscles of the limbs. There are some neurological conditions that can also present as twitching muscles. However in that case there are other symptoms too. So if your symptoms are significant then you should see a physician, preferably a neurologist. ...Read more
I have been having contractions and pressure in my stomach and abdomen the past week. Shooting pains go through my right side of my back ?
I have involuntary muscle contractions on my right fore head, They are not not painful but it happens on a 24 years old scar. What could be wrong?
I am having weird contractions in my abdominal area. They don't hurt, but it feels like there is a vacuum in my stomach and it sucks everything inward?
Abd contractions: It is somewhat vague. Is it associated in any way with eating or drinking or food you eat or drink? Assocaited with bowel movements? Are they normal? May be hunger,constipation, gas, gastritis, gallbladder ,food intolerances. Try maalox 1 tablespoon twice a day x 5 , f/u with doc ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Various Reasons: This could be due to an electrolyte imbalance like low calcium or potassium. It could also be due to stress or anxiety. Could also be from caffeine, medication, exercise or lack of exercise. If its bothersome or persistent, a doctor can help evaluate from history and labwork exactly why this is happening in your muscles. ...Read more
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