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Lower Abdominal Pain When Standing Walking Exercising
I am experiencing back pain (side: both) and abdominal pain (generalized) (severity: moderate) (quality: throbbing sensation). The following also describe me: Side pain, Lower abdominal pain, and Upper abdominal pain. What should I do?
Doctor can evaluate: Many things are in the abdomen: stomach, pancreas, liver, small intestine, gall bladder, appendix, large intestine, abdominal muscles, kidneys, etc... An exam by a primary care doctor can help figure things out. Pain in the right upper abdomen can be due to gallstones. Pain in the right lower abdomen can be appendicitis. Stomach flu, food poisoning, other infections, etc., can also cause pain. ...Read more
Your doctor may also suggest a safe exercise plan. Walking is usually the easiest type of exercise, but swimming or other low-impact exercises can work just as well. Exercise is an important way to keep blood sugar in control, and physical activity in pregnancy has been found to decrease the risk ...Read more
I have lower abdominal pain and constant upper abdominal pain right at the top of my rib cage. Plus the bridge of my nose feels like its buzzing?
See your doctor: This is a problem that necessitates a face-to-face meeting with your doctor. This will allow him/her to examine you, ask specific questions. And possibly order tests to find out what's wrong and what to do to help you. ...Read more
I am experiencing abdominal pain (generalized) (severity: severe) (quality: sensation of tearing pain). The following also describe me: Abdominal discomfort, Upper abdominal pain, Lower abdominal pain, and Stomach upset. What should I do?
Doctor can evaluate: Abdominal pain can be from many things. Stomach acid problems cause pain, as does pancreatitis or gallstones. Appendicitis is always a concern (pain is usually right lower abdomen, worsens over time, with fever coming on). If constipated for a while, stool could have backed up and cause pain. Gastrointestinal infections can cause pain, nausea, vomiting, and fever. A doctor's exam may be needed. ...Read more
Hello, I'm 15 weeks pregnant and have had stomach ache (not lower abdominal pain) could this be my organs being pushed upwards due to my growing baby?
Hard to say: Pregnant women often experience a variety of discomforts. They also experience periodic digestive disturbances. They are also prone to bladder infections. When pregnant women experience pain it is important to have it evaluated in person with your doctor to determine if a clear cause can be identified. ...Read more
Extreme lower abdominal pain upper abdominal pain nausea frequent bowel movements chest pain, migrane and weakness. Happens every few weeks /months.
Dr iam on ttc from 1 year, have glucose test very high result doc asked me to join gym, after workout iam having lower abdominal pain. Worry?
I'm not sure.: What do you mean by TTC? Is that a medication, or do you mean you have been trying to conceive (get pregnant) for one year? Are you currently pregnant? I need more information to answer your question. But if you are pregnant and you are having new abdominal pain, you should call your OB doctor right away. Today! Please call! ...Read more
27weeks getting really bad lower abdomen pain when standing or walking. Happens after sitting or laying down (on sides)?
Abdo pain: Could be nothing major but you should. See you doctor for full evaluation. Hope it is something mild and easily corrected. ...Read more
How old is he?: Undescended testes on left side, testes. Mass arising from undescended testes, enlarged lymphnodes on left from testicle infection in scrotum, conditions related to testicle going inside the pelvis like epididymitis and spermatic cord inflammation which drain into testicular lymphnodes and few to groin lymphnodes. R/o conditions like lymyphoma, others like mesenteric cysts, lymphocele- lymph vs. ...Read more
Gut, gyn, urinary: Those are the top 3 sources; neurologic less common. Among those are many, many causes. Depends on age, duration, location, quality of pain, e.g. Sharp, stabbing, dull, associated symptoms, etc. See your doc to figure out. ...Read more
Too vague: There are hundreds of possibilities. You need to be more specific...where is it, for how long, what type of pain, anything make it worse or better, what have you tried to treat it? A complaint of pain is just not enough information to do anything with. Sorry. ...Read more
Abdominal pain: Severe abdominal pain should be evaluated in the emergency room. The most likely causes are constipation or diverticular disease although intestinal obstruction is also possible. If female, then ovarian issues could cause pain. At the emergency room, bloodwork, abdominal xrays and a ct scan of the abdomen and pelvis would most likely be completed and should give the diagnosis and treatment. ...Read more
Usually would indica: Indicate that the pain is originating from structures located in the lower half of the abdomen: for men: intestinal problems, possibly bladder problems, could be musculoskeletal problem, or a hernia. It would be less likely to be from your liver, gallbladder, stomach, or pancreas. ...Read more
Defined location: The abdominal cavity can be broken down into four quadrants, the division lines are the midline that divides the right from the left and a transverse line that is at the belly button. Within the left lower quadrant, lies the sigmoid colon (part of the large intestine), the left ovary (females), and the left kidney ureter. If abnormally enlarged, the lower part of the spleen can extend here. ...Read more
Abdominal pain: Exam by your pcp should shed light. ...Read more
Lower abdominal pain: By definition, lower abdominal pain means pain below the umbilicus. This means that the pain stems from any organ or structure below the umbilicus. There is a broad differential diagnosis for lower abdominal pain and I advise you to have your symptoms checked by your primary physician to set a plan of action to identify and treat the soarce of your pain. ...Read more
Uterus: Or ovary. See your OB for a full evaluation. It may be solved easily. ...Read more
Yes: Especially to r/o possibility of ectopic pregnancy, tuboovarian abscess if patient has fever with pain. Nauseas and vomiitng maybe present if the abscess is significant. Also torsion of ovary, endometriosis of ovary- a condition in which the inner lining of uterus being present in other locations other than inside of uetrine cavity like ovaries (chocolate cysts), fallopian tubes, pelvic surfaces, org. ...Read more
Lower abdominal pain: Please provide more details as, duration, location, frequency. Anything that aggravates or relieves the pain? ...Read more
Heat: Most people feel more comfortable with warm moist heat. ...Read more
Common in pregnancy: Otherwise require exam and investigation.Get a more detailed answer ›
Lots of things: Given your history, kidney stones could be the problem again. However there are other conditions that should be considered, including intestinal infections, constipation, urinary tract infection, a problem with your ovaries, or appendicitis. Please visit a doctor for an exam unless your pain improves with OTC pain medicine and your nausea/vomiting gets better with oral rehydration. ...Read more
Yes: We would call that a conversion symptom. But it could be related to any other gastrointestinal disorder so you should also see a physician. ...Read more
Ovarian cyst: Or infection in the uterus or tubes ...Read more
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