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Lower Abdominal Pain While Running
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
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.
Depends on the cause:
To find relief from any pain in lower abdomen you need to know what is causing the pain. We can only know thae cause of pain by getting a detailed history and doing a physical exam. And if need be doing some tests some time, like blood, urine, stool and/or imaging like ct scan/ultrasound exam etc
so if pain is persistant get it checked by your doctor or go to er. ...Read more
UTI stone retention: Neobladders are made of bowel, thus a full neobladder may feel like abdominal pain, especially if the pain is similar to bowel gas. Many patients need to self catheterize to empty their bladders, thus bladder may not be emptying if you try to urinate normally. You shoul thus have your post void bladder residual urine measured by scan or cath. Pain may also be due to bladder stones or a uti. ...Read more
Many possibilities: Many things can cause lower abdominal pain in women. Constipation, irritable bowel, colitis, bladder infection, bladder cystitis, ovarian cysts or tumors, uterine fibroids, kidney stones, pregnancy, appendix, falllopian tube infections or blockages. I am sure I am forgetting some. Need a full medical history and physical examination. ...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
Diarrhoea is a common medical complaint. In the majority of cases, it is not a sign of serious illness and will resolve by itself.
- Treat cramps with simple pain relief like paracetamol
- Keep hydrated by drinking water +/- rehydration sachets (available from chemist)
- Avoid caffeine
- See a Dr if you have severe pain, high fevers, notice blood in stool or it lasts >3 days ...Read more
LLQ pain on coughing: May be from constipation, diverticulitis (pain on pressing?), ovaries/vagina (discharge? ovulation? pain on pressing?). Sometime musculoskeletal if very active or hernia Would make sure not constipated and then consider possible CT if persists and you are not pregnant f/u w/ doc ...Read more
Severe Pain: Health Tap is not in any way a replacement for good expert health care when you are ill. You have severe pain. Please sign off of the internet and go see your physician. Today. ...Read more
Oh my, how rough?: In what position do you feel better/ worse? What is the quality of pain--sharp, stabbing, pressure, bloating, gassiness? Where in your abdomen (right, mid, left) do you experience discomfort? Duration pain lasts? Is pain deep or superficial? Have you seen blood with stool or change in bowels? Any chance of pregnancy (sexually active)? Any bladder/uti symptoms? Ur doc will need this info 2 help. ...Read more
Possible pain causes: Causes of lower abdominal pain include but are not limited to: appendicitis, bladder infection or inflammation, inguinal hernia, diverticulitis, ulcerative colitis, crohn’s disease, kidney stone or infection, cancer, pelvic inflammatory disease, seminal vesicle inflammation, ectopic pregnancy, endometriosis, ovarian cyst, aortic aneurysm, injury & intestinal obstruction. ...Read more
NOT NORMAL: It could mean many things, it most certainly means that u need to see your gyn for a good workup and evaluation. ...Read more
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