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Dr I have severe pain & burning sensation while urinating..feels to urinate frequently..also have pain in lower abdomen back sides and leg joints.help?

Dr I have severe pain & burning sensation while urinating..feels to urinate frequently..also have pain in lower abdomen back sides and leg joints.help?

Urinary tract infect: You have urinary tract infection & need antibiotics.If you are not allergic,take bactrim DS 1 tablet twice daily for 7 days.In India you can get it in the pharmacy. need to take plenty of fluids.coconut water is very good.If your symptoms do not disappear,see a doctor. ...Read more

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The lower abdomen is the area below the umbilicus(belly button) from one side of the ...Read more


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Pain in lower abdomen, lower back and legs. Pain so bad I can't stop moving legs. Also, running a fever of 103. Very lightheaded when standing. ?

Pain in lower abdomen, lower back and legs. Pain so bad I can't stop moving legs. Also, running a fever of 103. Very lightheaded when standing. ?

Go to the ER: You need to be evaluated and treated. Fever usually is due to underlying infenction and usually urinary tract infection is frequent to see in females but still can be due to other diseases. Again go to ER since simple testing can help to elucidate your diagnosis. Lightheaded probably you are dehydrated due to the fever. ...Read more

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Hello, I'm a 25 year old experiencing pain to lower right abdomen, back, right leg. What could be causing this pain.?

Hello, I'm a 25 year old experiencing pain to lower right abdomen, back, right leg. What could be causing this pain.?

Sciatica versus...: Causes of recurrent abdominal discomfort as described may be identified by first addressing signs/symptoms so as to localize the organ involved: in women: vaginal discharge or bleeding, alteration in periods, pregnancy risk? Fever, nausea, vomiting, altered stool pattern, blood with stool, tenderness, distension? Painful urination, blood in urine? Recent trauma, herniation? Stressors? Other risks? ...Read more

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Ectopic removed 4 months back period delayed by 5 days, pregnancy test negative, pain in lower abdomen and lower back and legs, tiredness ?

Ectopic removed 4 months back period delayed by 5 days, pregnancy test negative, pain in lower abdomen and lower back and legs, tiredness  ?

Pain: Because you've had a prior ectopic, I would suggest a blood pregnancy test thru your providers office. In addition since ectopics are increased with a history of pelvic infection, it might be a good idea for further office evaluation. This could also be that you didn't ovulate this cycle, but with your history its better to be safe and see your doctor/gyn ...Read more

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Iud for 2 yrs. For 1st time bleed for 6 days drk brown. Felt heviness in area till period date then another 7days pain in abdomen lower back, leg.Why?

Iud for 2 yrs. For 1st time bleed for 6 days drk brown. Felt heviness in area till period date then another 7days pain in abdomen lower back, leg.Why?

Mirena : If you have a Progesterone iud like Mirena then no periods occur in about 50% of users. An occasional menstrual cycle should not be a surprised. Brown just indicates old blood. If you are concerned or if it continues then schedule a check up. ...Read more

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Gas, bloated, increased waist size, swollen abdomen, pain= lower abdomen, back & leg, constipation, frequent urination & pain in sex. Overian cancer?

Gas, bloated, increased waist size, swollen abdomen, pain= lower abdomen, back & leg, constipation, frequent urination & pain in sex. Overian cancer?

Your a bit young: Ovarian cancer is a possibility, however not likely do to your age. With that said, this does require a work up and you need to be seen by a doctor asap. ...Read more

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Lower back and lower abdominal pain that radiates down legs. Low left ab sharp pain (like something's there) and goes down leg. What could it be?

Lower back and lower abdominal pain that radiates down legs. Low left ab sharp pain (like something's there)  and goes down leg. What could it be?

Pelvic pain ? : This sounds like something is compressing on your sacral nerves internally, or perhaps chronic nerve damage from the previous Caesarean section surgery. I suggest you see both an OB and pain specialist to pinpoint what this could be ...Read more

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Its been 2 weeks of my IUI I have been getting crampings lower abdominal pain back pain and leg pain early morning nausea is it a good sign?

Its been 2 weeks of my IUI I have been getting crampings lower abdominal pain back pain and leg pain early morning nausea is it a good sign?

Might be ...: Time to get a blood pregnancy test: your symptoms can all occur in early pregnancy. If you're not pregnant get checked our for a urine infection, or a pelvic infection, which is rare after an iui. ...Read more

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I have a blood clot in.right leg. Lower back pain on.right side, sciatica on right and lower abdominal pain with chills when I utinate?

I have a blood clot in.right leg. Lower back pain on.right side, sciatica on right and lower abdominal pain with chills when I utinate?

Symptoms: I don't see a precise question. The abdominal pain and chills on urination sound like a urinary tract infection. You shoule be on a 'blood thinner' for the blood clot and a repeat ultrasound should be done in a week or so.Other pain sounds unrelated. ...Read more

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I am 34 weeks pregnant and have been having leg cramps up toward the groin area and lower abdominal pain along with lower back is this normal?

Even : Even though some pains can be normal from the stretching of the uterine ligaments and increasing weight of the baby, some pains are associated with more concerning problems such as early labor, blood clot, or a problem with the pregnancy. The safest thing to do is to call your ob/gyn. Let them know exactly what you are feeling and they will be able to guide you as to whether they can see you in the office or whether you should go to the er. If you have any vaginal bleeding or fluid leakage, go to the er. Good luck! ...Read more

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