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Lower Right Belly Pain
Yes: Many things can cause right lower quadrant pain. Needs to be evaluated. ...Read more
Was sent to er with major right lower belly pain,than ct done they seen a mass so took to do surgery,never did the surgery but treated with antibotics?
Lower right abdominal pain, bloated belly, can't pass a bowel after suppository, did pass some liquid and mucous. Chronic constipation lately. Help?
Wrong pain: Constipation pain is usually diffuse or more left sided. You should be examined by a dr to be sure the rlq pain is not something significant. The lack of bm issue may be the trigger, or it could be secondary to a different problem. Get seen, probably er best, as can do ct scan if indicated. ...Read more
Sharp pain on my lower right belly. Already took the pain killers but doesn't ease. It's already 3 hours past?
Possibilities: Right lower quadrant pains can come from problems with the appendix (usu. Low grade fever, nausea, pain w/lying flat or stretching out), an ovarian cyst, or twisting of an ovary, from the intestines, or musculoskeletal pains from the deeper internal muscles; or from hernias (small defects on the abdominal wall). Severe pain, nausea/vomiting, fever >100.4 are some warning signs to seek med attn. ...Read more
Many things: Can cause pain in the left lower abdomen including constipation, diverticular diseas, ureteral stone, ovarian issues if you are female, hernias, tumors or inflammation of the colon. If the pain is severe you need to see your doctor immediately or go to the nearest emergency room. Good luck and don't delay. ...Read more
Abdominal pain: This is generally pain that emanates from below the belly button. ...Read more
Head to ER: Sounds like you should head directly to your local hospital emergency room for evaluation. ...Read more
Lower belly pain: Your question is too broad for an answer - is it lateralized (one side or the other), is it "sharp"/dull/throbbing... Are there prediposing factors (eg activity - like after a lot of sit-ups).. Could be a hernia/"groin" pull"/varicocele/patent urachus/urachal cyst/.... See a urologist. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Specifics please: 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