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Middle Back Pain Nausea
Gallbladder removed 5 months ago. RUQ abdominal pain with middle right side pain and middle back pain. Nausea also. What could this be?
Pulsating feeling in upper abdomen above navel had been experiencing pain in upper stomach recently as well as middle back pain and nausea?
See doc: It is hard to say what this could be. If the pain is bad, go to the ER! Otherwise get it checked out this week with your doc. If you are thin it is common to feel pulsations, but it can be something else and when combined with mid back pain, the worry about an aneurysm leaps to mind (although very uncommon). Best bet is to get checked out. It's clear that something is wrong. Good luck! ...Read more
Go to ER: This is concerning. The diarrhea could be a red herring. I would recommend you to to the ER. ...Read more
Possibly: 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
It is not likely unless there are reason for you to thing otherwise. More history needed.
Pain in the back can be l related to abdominal problems but a medical examnination is advised to sort that issue out. ...Read more
Bad headaches and nausea 4 or 5 days now, and heat flashes (i am 24), what could be wrong? Don't think I am pregnant! Some middle back pain as well.
I'm having left flank weirdness, intermittent left side pain, nausea, pulsation on left upper abdomen, diarrhea, upper middle back pain.?
Needs eval: Although not every possible cause is dangerous, seeevverbal are. You should be evaluated soon by a medical profession. ...Read more
See below: Rather than figuring out what to take it is more important that you evaluate your lifting technique, the amount of weight and reps you are doing rather than taking medications. You may need to alter your technique as well as the amount of weight and reps. I am sorry if this was not the answer that you are looking for but better to follow the above advice than to get hurt and not be able to lift. ...Read more
Multiple: There can be many reasons. Commonest is muscular due to posture or kind of activity you are involved in. There should be proper work-up to rule out more worrisome causes like fracture, infection, tumor etc. It could also be related to changes in the neck and upper back part of the spine, like degeneration or herniation of disks. If the pain has persisted past 6 weeks, do see a physician. ...Read more
Knot: More than likely a muscle knot. Take some anit-inflammatory medication and do stretches. ...Read more
Needs Evaluation: It could be coming from your spine, from your stomach or gall bladder, from something going on inside your chest like pneumonia or a lung tumor, could be your heart or great vessels (aorta). Bottom line is there are too many things that it could be without some investigation. Some of these conditions are life-threatening. Get to a doctor asap. ...Read more
Doctor can evaluate: "hurts to breath" could be pain due to movement of the ribs if the movement irritates the rib joints and cartilage, could be due to irritation or pressure on nerves coming from the spine to that area, or due to other things like lung problems (infections, etc...), etc..., so if a doctor should talk with the patient and do an exam to get an idea of what might be happening. ...Read more
Left middle back pain where kidney is, extreme thirst, unirinating less than usual. Possible conditions based on these symptoms?
Adrenal issue: Adrenal insufficiency (with associated lack of hormones that the adrenal gland usually produces) can produce such symptoms. However, pain in the back can have many potential causes (musculoskeletal, GI, gynecologic). Talk to your doctor if symptoms continue to get a thorough evaluation to identify cause of symptoms. ...Read more
I got a middle back pain when I got hungry yesterday, mostly on the left side, when I got a rest, it is mostly gone, but still there. What is it?
I have lower/middle back pain also hurting my thighs (mainly the front). I have not had any injuries. I have been told different by many doctors.?
Drs may give u: Different diagnoses based on their assessment.Back pain among young people like u is usually muscular in origin. Of course, there are many other possibilities like arthritis, slipped disc, pinched nerve, scoliosis etc. Imaging studies may help pinpoint the exact diagnosis. Get reassurance from all of them. Http://www. M.webmd. Com/back-pain/default. Htm. ...Read more