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My Left Side Burns
OVARY PAIN: I recommend scheduling an appointment with your gynocologist asap. Write the frequency of the pain, duration, what activities you are engaging in when experiencing the pain, and any other pertinent information. The pain may be associated with a tumor, cancer, or other surrounding reproductive organs malfunctionings. ...Read more
Many possibilities: This could be due to a pulled muscle, which needs time to heal and may benefit from anti-inflammatory medications (motrin). It may also be a kidney infection which is commonly accompanied by burning on urination and frequent urination. A doctor can look for other causes such as rib injuries, lung infections, tumors or cancers in the area, problems from the aorta or pancreas in the abdomen, etc... ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
May be GYN related: Most frequently left lower quadrant abdominal pain in a young female is caused by gyn related issues (e.g. Ruptured ovarian cyst). Less commonly, at this age, a condition called diverticulitis (inflammation of colon diverticula) may cause similar pain. Rarely appendicitis may present with pain on the left side instead of the right. Other causes are related to urinary tract. ...Read more
Stabbing pain on my right side, slightly above my waistline. Throbbing pain in my right palm. Dull ache around rib/stomach on my left side.
Burning: This could be transient. Any injuries, or pain in area besides burning? ...Read more
Abdominal pain.: Pain like this is often related to gut activity and is not concerning although it could be early appendicitis, pancreatitis or gall bladder stone. Typically pain associated with those is not described as "stabbing." Pancreas, gall bladder and appendix problems usually get progressively worse. If you develop serious signs or symptoms (fever, chills,persistent and worsening pain) see someone. ...Read more
My head. Hurts. When. I cough. On the. Left. Side. And. My ear hurts. On the left. Side. And. My neck. Hurts. On the left. Side. To?
More info needed: This symptom is nondiagnostic as more information about it is needed. Causes include muscular strain or inflammation, pinched nerve, or lung disease. If your rib cage is tender a rib inflammation or injury is possible. Your physician can take a thorough history and perform a physical examination which may lead to xrays if needed for diagnosis. If you can take them,NSAIDS like ibuprofen may help. ...Read more
My right ear hurts and my right side of my throut and right side of my mouth hurts. Basically, the right side of my head hurts, I have no fever.
Several things: Problems like these can only be correctly handled by your doctor in person. He/she needs to listen to you, perform an examination and possibly run labs or other tests. That's the only way he/she can find out what's going on and what to do about it. ...Read more
Here's the list: Pain is common alarm for many health problems: kidney problems including infection and stones. Ovary issues. Spleen problems, bowel problems spine problems the sacroiliac joint, tendinitis and muscle problems they also be contributing. In other words if it bothers you that much you need to be working with the physician to help locate the source. ...Read more
Extremely sore burning left groin left testicle left armpit left shoulder stomach and painful burning lumps on left side of my neck please help?
Have it checked out: It sounds like you have a series of "lumps" or lymph nodes that are painful particularly on your left side. You should have it checked out to make sure there isn't an infection going on. Don't forget that the lymph nodes act as a drainage and filtration system to try to stop infection. They will swell and be painful. You also want to be sure the lymph nodes are not swollen because of cancer. ...Read more
My right eye has pressure feel dizzy can only sleep on my left side. My head always hurts right side. Chest feels heavy on right side?
Pain can radiate: anywhere during your period I usually recommend starting ibuprofen (2) three times a day starting 1 or 2 days before you think you start your cycle. Get ahead of the pain. this will help for most women. Also, getting on birth control pills can help decrease your pain and your flow. ...Read more