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36wks pregnant. All day terrible lower back pain vomiting, nausea and diarrhea. Monday i was .5cm 50% effaced. Could this be labor?

36wks pregnant. All day terrible lower back pain vomiting, nausea and diarrhea. Monday i was .5cm 50% effaced. Could this be labor?

Yes: Labor has many ways of presenting itself. Your symptoms should prompt you to be evaluated by your doctor. All the best! ...Read more

Dr. Hirenkumar Italia
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Low Back Pain (Definition)

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


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Is something serious wrong with me? I have lower back pain diarrhea vomiting and a headache when trying to pee i just can't

Is something serious wrong with me?  I have lower back pain diarrhea vomiting and a headache when trying to pee i just can't

The can't pee part : Is the most concerning. The other symptoms are also concerning, but not being able to pee could indicate dehydration and/or urinary tract infection. You should see a doctor for this. ...Read more

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37 weeks pregnant, strong regular period pain, lower back pain, vomiting, sore breasts and diarrhea - what could this be?

37 weeks pregnant, strong regular period pain, lower back pain, vomiting, sore breasts and diarrhea - what could this be?

Labor: This sounds a lot like labor, i recommend going to labor ; delivery to be evalutated. Even if it's not labor, the diarrhea and vomiting needs to be addressed at this point in the pregnancy as well. Good luck! ...Read more

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36wks vomiting, loose stools, all day consistent terrible lower back pain. .5cm 50% effaced. Should i go to l&d. Could this be labor?

36wks vomiting, loose stools, all day consistent terrible lower back pain. .5cm 50% effaced. Should i go to l&d.  Could this be labor?

Go to L;D: If you are vomiting that means you are unlikely to keep down fluids, in which case, you likely might need an IV and to receive IV fluids. It sounds like a viral illness, meaning that typically self-limited and will go away in 12-24 hours, but go to l;d so you can be evaluated for dehyrdation. Sometimes nausea and vomiting is assc with labor, but go to l;d and find out. Good luck! ...Read more

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Healthy female, mid 20s. Vomited past three mornings. Just had green diarrhea and now have moderate to severe low back pain. Help?

Healthy female, mid 20s. Vomited past three mornings. Just had green diarrhea and now have moderate to severe low back pain. Help?

Gastroenteritis: most likely a viral gastroenteritis--N/V/diarrhea for 3-4 days. Assuming that you are not currently pregnant-The most common viruses now are the Noro ,echo, and flu virus type B----they last 3-4 days typically. ( BRAT) --diet: bananas ,rice,apple sauce, toast--- fluids--such as Gator aide ---no diary for 1 week -if you are having blood or mucus in your stools--or running a fever see your doctor ...Read more

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I'm vomiting, have watery diarrhea and burning low back pain. I have no fever at the moment. Please help. ?

I'm vomiting, have watery diarrhea and burning low back pain. I have no fever at the moment. Please help. ?

Stay hydrated : You don't mention if any people living with you are similarly ill. If so probably infectious in nature and you should see your doc. You may have eaten contaminated food. Based on weight your doc can tell you the appropriate amount of fluid you have to take. ...Read more

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Gastroenteritis for 1 week. No vomiting but diarrhea, abd cramping and fever. Now still cramps but also low back pain. Is the back pain related?

Gastroenteritis for 1 week. No vomiting but diarrhea, abd cramping and fever. Now still cramps but also low back pain. Is the back pain related?

Possibly: Be seen and have a exam and a stool analysis. Make sure you are keeping up with your fluids. A urine should be checked as sometimes diarrheal disease can cause kidney problems. Kidneys are generally higher in the back. All the best. ...Read more

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Been having lower left abdomen and lower back pain with loose stools for 5 days.

Been having lower left abdomen and lower back pain with loose stools for 5 days.

Seek med attn: Anytime one has abdominal pain for 5 days regardless of location it is important to be immediately seen by a phyisician. ...Read more

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Is it unusual to have lower back pain and loose stools 2 months after a kidney infection?

Is it unusual to have lower back pain and loose stools 2 months after a kidney infection?

See specialist: These may be unrelated, ormight be related. I would recommend 1) seeig your kidney doctor or whomever took care of the iunfection to make sure it is gone, 2) seeing your primary care doctor regarding loose stools or treat symptomatically; then 3) see pain management md about lbp. ...Read more

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Is it common to have lower back pain and also loose stools two months after a kidney infection?

Is it common to have lower back pain and also loose stools two months after a kidney infection?

No: Probiotic supplements sometimes help restore regular bowel function after antibiotics and might resolve this. If severe, be sure and have testing for clostridium difficile, which sometimes occurs after antibiotic treatment. A stool test can show if the toxin causing the symptoms is present. Specific antibiotics can resolve the infection. ...Read more

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Vomiting, diarrhea, fever, lower back pain for 1 day. Bad problem?

Vomiting, diarrhea, fever, lower back pain for 1 day. Bad problem?

Check it out: This sign you have gastrointestinal problem unless you prove other wise. Good luck, thanks. ...Read more

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Dr. Oscar Novick
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Loose Stools (Definition)

Loose stools is a symptom in which a person's stool (poop) does not hold its shape after it goes into the toilet. Instead of remaining a shaped piece of poop, the poop spreads out in the toilet bowl water. Very loose stool is called diarrhea. Loose stool can be caused by infections, certain foods or drinks, ...Read more


Dr. Heidi Fowler
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Back Pain (Definition)

Pain in the back is a symptom that can be due to a number of causes including musculoskeletal or neurological problems or due to problems ...Read more