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My stomach has sharp pains on and off what do I do?

My stomach has sharp pains on and off what do I do?

Talk with your doc: Reasons range: annoying to concerning; digestion, kidneys, male/female plumbing. Some clues: related to eating? Food (spicy, citrus, tomato, chocolate, caffeine, alcohol? Fatty or fried foods? Splenda/nutrasweet?)? New medications/supplements/herbs? Any aspirin, Ibuprofen or aleve (naproxen)? Warning signs are can't keep food or water down, weight loss, blood/mucus in your stool, fever. Please see your doc! ...Read more

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Sharp pains on and off for the past few days, in my lower abdomen pelvic area. Pain Sometimes goes down towards the lower private area region. Bad?

Sharp pains on and off for the past few days, in my lower abdomen pelvic area. Pain Sometimes goes down towards the lower private area region. Bad?

Need an exam: Sharp pains in abdominal/pelvic area should not be ignored. You need to see a physician as soon as possible to diagnose and treat the problem. ...Read more

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What could cause sharp pains in one's stomach off and on?

What could cause sharp pains in one's stomach off and on?

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

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Female 42 yo Pain low right on abdomen for 1 wk. today worse with sharp pains, then eased off but still hurts - side and now back. ?

Female 42 yo Pain low right on abdomen for 1 wk. today worse with sharp pains, then eased off but still hurts - side and now back. ?

Non-specific: These symptoms are very non-specific. If they persist, you need to see a doctor who can examine you and run some tests. Best wishes ...Read more

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I've been having sharp pains in my mid to lower right abdomen for 3 days now, its on and off, what could it be?

I've been having sharp pains in my mid to lower right abdomen for 3 days now, its on and off, what could it be?

?muscular?intestinal: Intermittent pains in the abdomen could be muscular, pelvic or intestinal from gas or inflammation. Since the appendix and right ovary are in the right lower abdominal region , persistent discomfort in that area warrants an examination by your md. ...Read more

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I be having sharp pains and my stomach off and on feel like somebody is twisting my stoamach from the end side it is on the lower part of my stoma?

I be having sharp pains and my stomach  off and on feel like  somebody is twisting my stoamach from the end side it is  on the  lower part of my stoma?

Must see a Doctor.: Sharp stomach pain can be serious and caused by different things. Your age, past medical history, medications are all important to know. Just some possibilities are gall bladder stones, stomach ulcers, urine infection and even coronary disease . So it's best to be evaluated soon. ...Read more

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Having sharp pains on my right side under my rib cage it's been happening on and off today in a lot of pain I do get stomach alcer's could it be that?

Having sharp pains on my right side under my rib cage it's been happening on and off today in a lot of pain I do get stomach alcer's could it be that?

Maybe, maybe not: It could be ulcers, but it could also be gall bladder issues. You need an evaluation to determie the actual cause. If pain is severe, or you have fever, chills, or uncontrolled vomiting you need evaluation asap at a your MDs , a walk in or the ER. ...Read more

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I have sharp abdominal pains. I have to pee a lot but not the other. The pain is on and off but when it hurts, I can't do anything. What could this be?

I have sharp abdominal pains. I have to pee a lot but not the other. The pain is on and off but when it hurts, I can't do anything. What could this be?

Sharp abd pains: Possibilities include intestinal cramping, urinary infection, ovarian changes, gallstone pain, pancreas inflammation, peptic ulcer, or appendix. Knowing location or site of pains allows better discrimination among these. Also knowing triggers will help, too. ...Read more