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Pain in left upper quadrant,radiates to left arm and hand,dull in nature,starts after eating,weight50,ht5'2,plz tell cause possible in this cindition?

Pain in left upper quadrant,radiates to left arm and hand,dull in nature,starts after eating,weight50,ht5'2,plz tell  cause possible in this cindition?

Quite a few organs-: -R in the area. After meals can B gall bladder, gastric ulcers. Eating causes a gastrocolic reflx & if constipated, the splenic flexure can do this as stool & gas R turning the corner there. Pancreas also may B inflamed & cause this. Best 2 C Ur PCP 4 an eval. ...Read more

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Stomach Pain After Meal (Definition)

Abdominal pain after a meal is a symptom in which a person feels ok before eating, but starts to have tummy pain after eating. Gall bladder disease or gall stones are examples of conditions that can cause ...Read more


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I had a left upper quadrant pain on stomach, what do I do?

I had a left upper quadrant pain on stomach, what do I do?

Depends: If it was a one-time, passing thing, there's not much to do. If it's persistent or recurrent, talk to your doctor. Pay attention to when and why it occurs, so you can discuss your symptoms accurately with your doctor. Good luck. ...Read more

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I have left upper quadrant pain that lasts for some time along with mild pain that radiates to the left collarbone region. It comes and goes?

I have left upper quadrant pain that lasts for some time along with mild pain that radiates to the left collarbone region.  It comes and goes?

Don't you like: To find out and get treated. Best way is to see your family doctor , get investigated the cause of your trouble , like acidity , ulcer , gers etc , once cause is known treatment will be simple ...Read more

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I had severe left upper quadrant pain, happened suddenly, radiated to left shoulder, am 26 no past medical history. What is the cause for that pain.

LUQ pain: Your abdominal pain could be a number of reasons. Would need additional symptoms/descriptions to assist ruling out possible causes. Make sure you are not constipated, which can present with those symptoms. Take citrucel as a trial with adequate hydration. If symptoms persist, suggest abdominal ct and being evaluated by a local physician. ...Read more

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High neutrophils with low lymphocytes and left upper quadrant pain. What should I do?

Infection?: As you don't give any numbers or tell how long you have had pain it is hard to answer the question. If the WBC count is really high you may have an acute infection. Without more information the probability of this can't be assessed. As you must have seen a physician to get the blood count ordered, ask him/her for follow-up. ...Read more

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What causes occasional left upper quadrant pain, around the bottom of the rib cage, worse after a bowel movement?

What causes occasional left upper quadrant pain, around the bottom of the rib cage, worse after a bowel movement?

Luq: Left upper abdominal discomfort may be due to muscular strain, gas entrapment or pathology in the splenic flexure of the colon or disease of the spleen itself. Do you strain to have a bowel movement? Do you have any obvious bowel symptoms? If symptoms persist consult your physician or a gastroenterologist for evaluation. ...Read more

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Left upper quadrant pain with movement/bending, bloating, high liver enzymes, weight gain, what to do?

Need more info: A full evaluation requires detailed history, physical examination and may be some tests and that can only be done in person. However, a few things: (a) if you drink alcohol, stop entirely, (b) lose weight (c) follow your doctor's instructions. ...Read more

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Left upper quadrant of the abdomen is in extreme pain--what should I do?

See doctor!: You need to be evaluated by a doctor to give you useful information. ...Read more

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Have pain mid waist and left upper quadrant. Feel burning and sensitive to touch.

When to get checked: Okay to get checked by your primary doc. If you have fever, vomiting or severe pain then get checked sooner. You may have a hernia. ...Read more

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I have pain in left upper quadrant, what could it be?

I have pain in left upper quadrant, what could it be?

Many things: Cardiac causes, pulmonary causes, spleen problems, stomach issues, kidney problems, pancreas issues, colon problems, diaphragm issues, peritoneum issues, chest wall problems, shingles, and medical issues. Bottom line....Need more information gathered by your primary care doctor to narrow these vague symptoms. ...Read more