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Pain 2 Inches Above Belly Button
Pain 2 inches above belly button also haven't gone to the bathroom (i think i'm constipated) in a few days. Could that be the cause of the pain?
I'm having dull pressure pain 2 inches above belly button, nausas, sweating off and on, palpable lumps in abdomen and flank area? Just don't feel good
See your doctor.: That is a diverse, seemingly unrelated grouping of symptoms. In order to sort it out, you need a good evaluation by your doctor, including a history and physical exam and possibly some tests. I would see him/her soon. Good luck. ...Read more
Gallbladder removed 1yr ago I have a pain 1-2 inches above belly button. After I eat what would cause thank you?
Stomach?: Several other organs lie in that area. Since the pain is after eating, I wonder if you are having a duodenal/gastric irritation or ulcer. It could also be your pancreas, your small intestine or your large intestine. Some people after having their gallbladder removed, continue to have pain. As you can see, it could be many things, so we need more info. Personal or virtual consult needed. helped? ...Read more
I have a pain about about an inch to the left and two inches up from my belly button. I've had it on and off for about a year.
Abdominal pain: Abdominal pain can be associated with many different etiologies. Chronic abdominal pain is a common complaint and could be associated with irritable bowel syndrome (IBS). LUQ pain could be splenic etiology. Epigastric could be pancreatitis, ulcer or other gastric etiology. If persistent, worsening you should see PMD for history, exam and labs. Online consult may help you determine next steps. ...Read more
Pain- hard to explain- about 1-2 inches right of belly button. Occurs for few mins, once-twice weekly for two months now. Happens without eating too.
Abdominal pain: Given the info you've provided, recurrent abdominal pain is not uncommon and often benign. Irritable bowel syndrome (ibs) is a diagnosis of exclusion, so we can't say this is ibs without a more detailed workup. But my best advice is to keep a good diary of the "triggers" that cause the pain. E.G., is it associated with stress? Is it more often in the morning or after certain types of foods, etc. ...Read more
About two inches down and four inches over to the left(my left) side of my belly button. Pain is generally on the surface or under skin.
Burning sensation just three inches below belly button , two medical centers can't find anything ! what is it ! please help . Thanx
My stomach hurts after i finish eating what could it be? It hurts on the left side, like two inches to the left of where my belly button is. It hurts when i press down
Abdominal : Abdominal pain elicited by palpation and related to meals could reflect possible peptic ulcer among other things. It would be wise to have your physician obtain a thorough history and exam and decide on a proper course of treatment or appropriate referal to a GI doctor if deemed necessary. For now, at least, try to avoid spicy, acidic, and heavily seasoned foods; don't eat large or bulky foods within several hours of lying down; cut down on foods or drink high in caffeine content ( coffee, tea, cola, chocolate, mountain dew, etc.). If not medically contraindicated with the meds your on (check with pharmacist) you may want to consider Prilosec otc while your waiting to see your doctor. ...Read more
During intercourse, I have pains about two inches below my belly button. I have had the same partner for over two years and this has been going in for a few months. What could be wrong?
See MD: "dyspareunia"- pain during intercourse can be seen with a variety of causes, mostly gyn related, e.g. Ovarian cysts, uterine fibroids, tubal pregnancy (cancer would be very unlikely at your age), also some bowel causes. Pregnant? Need to get examined, perhaps other testing, e.g. Pregnancy test, sono. ...Read more
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