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Lower Back Pain Stomach Ache Nausea
Low back pain is pain that occurs in the back above the buttock area and below the ribs. Low back pain can be sharp, dull, intermittent or constant. Pain can be at rest or associated with activity. Back pain can also be accompanied with pain that shoots or radiates down into the lower extremities or legs which is frequently ...Read more
Feeling sick on and off for a week. Stomach aches and lower back pain. Feeling full easily and frequent need to urinate. What could this be?
Possible infection: Your symptoms could be due to a kidney or bladder infection, so you should see a doctor as soon as possible to have a urinalysis. This is a simple test, just be aware that they need a urine sample, so don't go to the restroom just before your appointment! :). Kidney infections can be serious, so don't delay any longer. There are other possible causes, but the first thing to rule out is infection! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
One "old"tip: Have someone apply deep hand pressure over sacrum (seat bone)- prolonged pressure sometimes relieves back ache. ...Read more
My son is 12 been complaining of low back pain , stomach pain(he explains it feels like a punch in the stomach), nausea, tired. He vomited once the 1st day and diaherra the rest of the day. He had fever the 1st day. The pain in his stomach comes and goes.
Stomach virus: A stomach virus may cause intermittent cramping stomach pains. Usually these viruses do not last long but it is important to keep him hydrated. Make sure you are keeping up with the fluids he is losing. Keep his diet bland. Do not stop the diarrhea this will just prolong the illness. If he does not take a turn for the better in the next 24 hours follow up with his Primary Care Provider ...Read more
I have lower back pain, stomach ache and feel my legs tingling what kind of doctor should i see? I am 22 years old female
Primary care doctor: Because you have symptoms which could belong to several different organ systems, you should see your primary care doctor for initial evaluation, and for referral if necessary. Good luck. ...Read more
I've recently had low back pain along with gas and lower stomach aches/cramps. It happened once and disappeared. Could I be pregnant? I've been poopin
More details: When was your last period...to begin with..... ...Read more
Low back pain on right side (constant ache) nausea low appetite dark foul smell urine bleed after sex upper abdominal pain all over a week. Lost 8 lbs?
Let me try to help: It sound to me you have kidney related problems, please go and check it out. ...Read more
I have a headache, stomach ache, upset stomach, feeling sick bringin up phlem and lower back pain?
Stomach flu: is the second most common illness after common cold. The common symptoms are vomiting, diarrhea, headache, stomachache and/or fever. The condition usually last up to 21 days. Good rest, lots of fluids and Tylenol (acetaminophen) OTC for pain management will help you to recover. If concerned see your doctor for evaluation and treatment. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Have ongoing lower back pain with headaches and stomach ache. Yesterday had severe cramps after eating small snack bar and had to rush to toilet ?
Only one day heavy period w cramps and clots after 5days of missed period. 9th day with spotting, stomach ache, continous lower back pain. Is it mc?
One day period after 5days of missed period. 9th day with spotting, stomach ache, lower back pain dizziness and gassy stomach. What do you think is it?
Uncertain: Take pregnancy test. Reasons for missed /late periods: low body weight, obesity, marked weight gain or loss, over-exercise such as in endurance athletes, breast-feeding, stress, illness, eating disorders (bulimia or anorexia), travel, hormone irregularities, drug use, medications (i.e., birth control) or med problem (polycystic ovary syndrome or Asherman’s syndrome. #1 reason for missed period is ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I've been having terrible stomach pain, lower back pain, and I have nausea almost daily, what could this be?
Unlikely to be a : Spine problem and more likely to be a gastrointestinal issue such as gallbladder problem, gastritis or ulcer or renal or kidney issue such as an infection or kidney stone or even an aortic aneurysm . Sometimes reproductive issues like an ovarian cyst can also be a problem. You need to be seen by a physician. ...Read more
Is it neurologic?: First, is your problem neurologic; or is it due to intrapelvic issue or abdominal problems. If neurologic, most likely a problem with lower lumbar nerves can cause buttock pain but lower abdominal pain (not pelvic pain) usually involves upper lumbar nerve roots. However problems with uterus, etc, colon can cause very similar symptoms, requiring quite different treatment. ...Read more
I've been having stomach pain after eating for a few days. Now after a BM, I have lower back pain. What's up?
Vague: The history is a bit too vague to be able to identify the issue completely. If the pain persists, or if there is blood in your stool, see your doctor as soon as possible. I can say that a common problem that may mimic your symptoms is constipation. You can attempt to increase your fluid intake and take a stool softener if you are not moving your bowels regularly. This is merely a possibility. ...Read more
An ulcer, gastritis,: There are several possibilities including disorders of the GI system, kidney or renal system, cardiovascular system & the reproductive system - ulcers, pancreatitis, infections, aneurysms, endometriosis , ovarian cysts, diverticulitis, pelvic inflammatory disease, ectopic pregnancy, kidney stones, infarcted intestines, volvulus, intussusception, tumors & adhesions are just a few possibilities. ...Read more
Internal Inflammatio: There are many internal causes of pain that some patients will feel both in the front and back. Certainly your doctor will need to evaluate your bowels and internal female organs. There are too many possible important causes of this pain to address in a short response on the internet. It is absolutely essential that someone ask you more questions and actually examine you. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Stomach pain What?: I don't get waht you're trying to say in the first part of the statement. The second part could be asking about something having to do with a lumbar nerve irritattion at L4 or L5 from your description. Obviously, neurological examination for the 2nd issue will help reveal a cause. ...Read more
Intolaerance...: If you have abdominal pain and possibly bloating and diarrhe after milk , it could be lactose intolerance. Cramping in abdomen can simply be radiating to the back becasue of nerves connetion and so called"transferred pain" . Kepp your food diary and pay attention to any further symptoms. I f no better with elimination of milk see you doc. ...Read more
Exercises: There are a number of back strengthening exercises that can help reduce back pain and prevent its worsening. Sometimmes reputable chiropractors successfully treat back pain as well. Some people get relief from physical therapy with an rpt. Some people use heat through heating pads or sitting in a jacuzzi/hot tub. ...Read more
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