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Little Scabs On The Stomach
I developed a small mole-like spot on my stomach. It is smaller than a pencil eraser and it started out as dark red and has been on me for about a week. It is now brown and it is flat, but feels like I could peel it off like a scab if I wanted to.
Spot on stomach: The spot needs to be examined by your doctor. There are several possibilities, some benign and some more serious. Your doc will know and take care of it. Peace and good health. ...Read more
Scab like rash on my shin and now on my butt and hip and stomach, its small, what do you think it is? I know its not ring worm but its bumpy
See a dermatologist: What have you tried so far? The remedy will be determined by the diagnosis. This will probably be possible only by exam by a skin pro. ...Read more
I recently discovered that a two moles on my stomach that i've had since I was younger developed a scab over top of them. The scabs won't come off.
Check them out: Best to go to a primary care provider or dermatologist to check them out. May need to be removed, but should be at least evaluated by exam. Hope this helps! ...Read more
Hello, I have about 30 bumps on my upper thighs mostly my left one and 4 on my stomach they are very red puffed up and they peel then turn into scabs?
It is impossible to DX correctly bumps or rashes in this format.
An exam is needed to get the correct DX and treatment.
Please call and get an apt for this to be done. ...Read more
I get scabs on myshoulders for years now spreading to my arms stomach and legs.Take months to heal Itchy and hurt usually. Should I see someone?
I *just* noticed a 'scab' like spot on on the abdomen. It is slightly raised (as per a scab) and it has a 'sharp clear' end not a fuzzy edge.
Wait and see: Keep an eye on that spot for the next week. If it is not painful, there is no pus, and it is healing up normally, then you can let it keep healing. If it doesn't go away, gets larger, drains anything, or hurts, go see a doctor. You can circle it with a permanent marker if that helps you remember to check it. ...Read more
I have these bumps on my stomach that are itchy and skin colored, and one of the ones I itched broke open and now a scab has formed, what does is this?
Skin bumps: When it broke did anything come out? Could be dry skin, or bites folliculitis, inflammation of hair follicle. Try first OTC zyrtec with topical desitin (zinc oxide diaper cream) ( which has some antibiotic properties) and skin lotion , if red may need stronger topical antibiotics with topical steroid . f/u/ w/ doc ...Read more
Few days ago had abdominal itching and burning. Now itch. Have 8 tiny red spots that look like tiny holes ie scab scratched off.4 yesterday.Shingles?
See your doctor: It is possibly shingles or another type of rash. You would need to see a doctor in order for them to see the rash and diagnose it. ...Read more
I have these contrictions in my left of abdomen which makes my defacaetion difficult and it comes out in small camel like feaces, after some time a s?
Constipation?: You may be just constipated but there can be other conditions causing your symptoms.You need to drink more fluids and can use a stool softener and have more fiber in your diet.If that does not help you may try a laxative and also make an appointment with your doctor and get it checked.You did not mention your age and if you are taking any meds which may be causing your symptoms. If over50 get col. ...Read more
What could cause pain in your right middle side of your stomach. It first was hurting in the middle but it was really mild. Now there’s like some pain on the right side. I don’t have fever or anything it just hurts and so was my back a little too?
Right side: Pain in the right midabdomen could be caused by gall bladder disorders and the discomfort often radiates around to the back. . Appendicitis pain is usually in the right lower abdomen. Right kidney stone or inflammation generally causes discomfort in the right flank and back. If you have persistent abdominal distress and especially if there is associated tenderness, you should be examined now in ER ...Read more
Need more clues: The 2 most common lumps of the abdominal wall that i see include hernias and lipomas. A hernia is a hole in the abdominal wall thru which a sac can protrude, sometimes containing fat or even intestine. These are most common in the groin, belly button, or upper midline. Lipomas are fatty tumors that can occur anywhere on the abdominal wall. If you see your doctor, they should solve this easily. ...Read more
Not usually ???: Do not know what u mean by a large stomach problem?Usually those are caused by large cysts , sometimes you may have endometriosis or adhesions or other pronlems of the bowels , your gyn needs to see you and your gyn may need to refer you to a gen surgeon or another specialist. ...Read more
If only that easy...: Body sculpting sounds promising (there are gimmicks & diets that promise you their products can do this), but the only way to effectively spot-reduce is surgery. Lose 1 pound of fat per 3500 calories you drop or work off, but you can't pick where--sorry. You have much to gain from a moderate diet, regular exercise (get a personal trainer who can help you strive toward your goal) & consistency. ...Read more
Bumps on stomach: Please send pictures and show to your Dr. ...Read more
Vague : That is a vague question. Consider a private message to on of our maternal medicine specialists. The fetal abdominal circumference is one of the measurements done on ultrasound. It is one of the components to assess normal fetal growth. ...Read more
Anything: Most people think their whole abdomen is their stomach, but the stomach is in the upper middle or upper left of the abdomen. If your lower abdomen hurts, that could be your skin, muscles, bladder, uterus, or intestines. If the upper part of your abdomen hurts, it could be acid reflux, pancreatitis, or other problems. See a doctor for an assessment. ...Read more
Cocaine: Depending on the form, ingested (eaten) Cocaine is not well absorbed from stomach because it's a weak base -- stomach acid would break some down. Any remaining could be absorbed in duodenum, though. Ingested Cocaine can cause bowel ischemia or death. Think of those who may transport it internally, in baggies. Not a safe idea at all. ...Read more
Maybe: Although the size of the abdomen in relation to the size of the mom can give some clue to baby size, the best way to predict is ultrasound. By taking specific measurements, a fairly accurate prediction of baby size can be made. ...Read more
See below: Without being able to see the bumps, it is hard to say. If they look like pustules, or are oozing, get seen for a possible bacterial skin infection. If not pustules and the white dots feel hard and are around hair follicles, it may be keratosis pilaris (a mild form of eczema) and treatment with exfoliating age to no steroid creams may help. See you doc for this. ...Read more
^ exercise v weight: For a flat abdomen eat healthfully ; be physically active. Calories burned must > calories consumed. To tighten ab's do crunches, reverse crunches, exercise ball crunches, pelvic thrusts, lying leg raises, side bridge ; “bicycling” exercise on your back. Engage in regular aerobic exercise (i.e., running, swimming, nordic track, bicycling, kickboxing, walking, cross country skiing, hiking, etc.). ...Read more
Irritable Bowel ?: Bloating, fluttering, fullness, altered stooling may reflect diet (check your fiber intake), alterations in healthy gut flora we each carry, food intolerances, maldigestion due to problems of the small intestine, pancreas, or biliary tree, changes in GI motility (how well your GI tract mixes and moves food along), various infections, and even irritable bowel syndrome. Testing is easy. ...Read more
There is a significant difference is the average size of the female abdominal aorta versus the male aorta.
The average size of the female is about 1.8-2.5 cm,
and the average size of the male aorta is higher.
If the distal vessels, going to the legs are of normal
size and caliber, and the patient is female-there is no concern. If male, then a better look at the walls
of the aorta, is needed. ...Read more
Left side: Discomfort in the left upper abdomen could be from muscular strain or from an enlarged, inflamed spleen. Discomfort in the lower left abdomen may be from intestinal tract inflammation like diverticulitis or inflammatory bowel disease. If symptoms persist or worsen have a physician examine you. ...Read more
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