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Mid Abdominal Cramps
Nondiagnostic: These are nonspecific but could indicate intestinal tract irritability from food intolerance or an early viral intestinal tract infection which causes diarrhea but resolves in a few days. If the cramps are severe and are accompanied by vomiting, inability to have a bowel movement or abdominal distension, you should be examined by a physician. Avoid ice cold liquids and harsh roughage in your diet. ...Read more
Leukorrhea, color?: The answers are myriad: infection, the onset of menses, inflammatory disorders. Std is high on the list associated with pid (pelvic inflammatory disease). Recommend seeking ob/gyn for a pap smear. The "heartburn, " unrelated, may be due to gerd (reflux) or gallbladder disease. Ultrasound and/or hida scan and labs for h. Pylori, liver function tests, and of course beta-hcg to rule out pregnancy. ...Read more
I am experiencing lower abdominal pain (period-like) , low back pain, bloating or abdominal fullness, passing gas, burping, stomach cramps ?
Seen a physician lat: You have multiple symptoms which are difficult to sort out without a complete examination. If these symptoms are lasting/persisting for more than one week, go visit your primary care doctor for a complete check up. If you have abdominal distention, you need to be sure there is nothing serious(?ovarian cancer) causing you these symptoms. it could also be Urinary tract infection which may need antib ...Read more
Severe?: If your symptoms are severe then you should see a Dr soon. There are a wide range of possibilities including pregnancy-related (ectopic pregnancy being the most concerning). You can do a home pregnancy test to fairly conclusively exclude this. Try some over the counter pain relief medicines and if still not resolving then a consult with a Dr is a good idea. ...Read moreSee 6 more doctor answers
GI virus: You may have eaten something to cause the discomfort and having a bowel movement will help you get it out of your system. Otherwise you may have constipation. If that is the case eat dried fruit such as apricots and prunes and see if that naturally resolves your issues. Drink plenty of water and see your doctor if it does not resolve in a the next few days. ...Read more
Abdominal bloating abdominal ache vaginal discharge lower back ache nausea constipation irrigated periods sore breasts for 2mths?
Gastrointestinal : Complaints take a variety of forms -- eructation (belching), flatulence, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, bloating, intestinal cramps, and stomachache. Running causes more GI complaints than swimming and cycling. In some studies on marathon runners and triathletes, up to 40 - 50% experienced some form of GI complaint.. ...Read more
Many things: It doesn't say how old you are, and we would need a lot more info to help you. Could you be pregnant? Are you constipated? Have you been ill? Could you have an std? Is your period due/overdue? Have you had abnormal (or no) pap smears? Has there been a change in your bowel movements? Many things can cause lower abdomen cramping/pain. Give us more info and maybe we can help. Or see your md. ...Read more
I am experiencing upper abdominal pain, bloating or abdominal fullness, abdominal discomfort, fatigue and abdominal pain (all over) (severity: mil...
Doctor can evaluate: Many things are in the upper abdomen: stomach, pancreas, liver, small intestine, gall bladder, large intestine, abdominal muscles, etc... An exam by a primary care doctor can help figure things out. Pain in the right upper abdomen, especially with symptoms that occur after eating, can be due to gallstones or other gall bladder disease. A doctor can evaluate for gall bladder or other problems. ...Read more
I am experiencing cramping pelvic pain, bloating or abdominal fullness and low back pain. Had period April 08?
Upper right abdominal pain radiates toward back, blood in stool, heartburn and indigestion. Occasional bloating. Nausea. Started 2 days ago?
You need labs : Right upper quad abd pain with radiation to back and nausea can be related to gallbladder disease or pancreatitis. You will need labs and right upper quad ultra sound. Heart burn, indigestion and blood in stool could be related to peptic ulcer disease. Avoid eating spicy, fatty and greasy food. Get in touch with your medical doc for the tests and labs. ...Read more
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