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Misplaced Testes Hidden In Abdomen
If colon cancer was causing pain RUQ wouldn't it be big enough to show on CT of abdomen and pelvis? 31 yo- fecal occult blood negative
Not likely colon Ca: Classic colon cancer causes pain via colon obstruction, so in that case, CT would see it. But this would not be expected in a 31 yo w/ occult neg stool. RUQ pain can be any number of causes in young adult. Need to know more history and clinical exam by a Dr. To advise work up. Best screen for colon Ca is colonoscopy, but unless strong family history, may start around 50 yrs old. ...Read more
31 yo RUQ pain x 8 mos. No weight loss- CT w contrast abdomen &pelvis normal- (GI tract WNL on CT) CMP, CBC, fecal occult blood normal- used to have constipation regularly now stools nml- pain in same spot all the time- could this be colon cancer?
Pain lower abdomen, also another strange thing I cant feel my spermatic cord near my right testes area, while my left one feels really big?
Not spermatic cord: Doubtful that you a feeling your own spermatic cord: perhaps, the epididymis and if thckened, must be seen and evaluated. If you have testicular swelling you may have a condition called epididymo-orchitis-please get examined. ...Read more
Pain in lower side of testes and lower abdomen, slight pain. When I am walking, or running, is this serious, or will it go itself in few days?
Hard to say because: It would be hard to say if the pain will fade by itself because its cause is not clear. Clinically, these pains seem related with physical activities which suggest the origins from certain disorders in regional muscles, joints, or/& nerves. How to sort the myth behind Sxs out in a best possible way? Follow instructions described in http://formefirst. Com/eNewsletter06.html. More? Ask doctors... ...Read more
I have pain in right testes and lower abdomen on right side. What it could be and which kind of doctor should I refer?
See urologist...: Go to a urologist. But collect the features of onset, degree, duration, & interval of the pains with detailed sequence of events, and bring those to Doc for review, analysis, physicals, possible tests so to deduce Dx for Rx timely. ...Read more
Can incomplete masturbation (stopping before ejuculation) will create testes and lower abdomen pain?
It certainly will: This is done by some men for sincere beliefs that I respect but that the vast majority of the rest of the world consider superstitious. If your seminal vesicles & prostate are overdistended from all the excitement (which generates fluid), your level of physical pain is likely to interfere with what you need to do, not to mention the emotional turmoil. Ask your spiritual adviser or even dad. ...Read more
6 monthold babyboy. Non palp intra abd. Testes. U/s shows normal intra abdominal testes. Can it be accurate? If not why? What's visualized in u/s then?
Testicles: Testicles normally pass from the abdomen into the scrotum during development. At 6 months your baby's testicles should be in the scrotum or you should be able to bring them into the scrotum. If they are in the abdomen they should be brought into the scrotum where their growth can be watched. See a Pediatric Urologist for advise. All the best. ...Read more
Anything: The possibility for something serious is here, especially for women. So, you should have this checked out right away. ...Read more
No period 5 months, not sexually active, wokeup in the night had really bad abdomen/pelvis pain n headache n feel sick, nausea?
Needs evaluation: Could be a whole host of things. If continues needs to be evaluation by family practitioner or Pediatrician. ...Read more
I have lots of pain in my lower abdomen/ pelvis area what could be causing it this is the third day for pain and it hasn't fully gone away.
NM Pet Report: Abdomen/Pelvis: Persistence of hypermetabolic activity with in rectum, SUV 4.5, compared to prior SUV 5.6. What could its meaning?
Several reasons: Standard uptake value (SUV) GREATER than 2.5 is increased but this is to be correlated with GI evaluations, including presence of polyps, inflammatory dis, diverticulitis or even malignancy. The PCD may need to check if you need Biopsies, if not already done, in the areas where increased sugar uptake seen by PET scan is noted, and one explanation could be resolving inflammation given the decrease. ...Read more