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Pain In The Solar Plexus
My 3year old son may have swallowed a chicken bone he's having pain in the solar plexus area what should I do?
Emergency Room ASAP: Take him to the emergency room for evaluation and possible removal. ...Read more
Solar plexus: This can't be diagnosed with the information that is available. A history, physical examination & other studies may be needed to determine cause/causes. Once accurately assessed a treatment plan can be developed. ...Read more
22yF. 4 days ago I got sudden intense dull pain in my solar plexus for no reason.Better but I still have a dull pain that isn't going away. Discomfort?
Belly pain: Yes, sounds uncomfortable to me too. Let us do 2nd opinion and I can better opine. ...Read more
I am having extreme pain in my solar plexus area that radiates to my back and it only seems to go away when laying on my back when with knees up. ?
The celiac or solar: plexus is a complex network of nerves located in the abdomen near where the celiac trunk, superior mesenteric artery and renal arteries branch from the abdominal aorta. Pain from that area radiating to the back is a classic symptom of pancreatitis, but could also be pain from stomach or duodenal ulcer, gastritis. You need to see your Doctor or go to Urgent Care. Good wishes:) ...Read more
I am experiencing severe pain around my solar plexus area. I am clammy and the pain isradisting into my back. My pulse is strong and regular,?
WORRISOME!: This pain location and its radiation is worrisome - go to ER asap, please ...Read more
I have a history of GERD. It seems to be controlled now with my diet. However I have a constent dull pain in my solar plexus. It is somewhat better fo?
I started vomiting acid and have pain in my solar plexus, feels like a rock. Could that be because of the vomiting episode? Also, it just happened, I have never had these problems before , then these wet burps and acid just started trickling upward. Also,
Abdominal pain: If your are having a vomiting with rigid abdomen that could be an emergency situation, Solar plexes is complex of nerve ganglions, I don't know how one can say what part of the nerve complex is irritated at that time, if you have rock like stomach, seek attention immediately. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Don't know: Any other symptoms? This can't be diagnosed with the information that is available. A history, physical examination & other studies may be needed to determine cause/causes. ...Read more
I have a pain in my solar plexus and between my shoulder blades that radiates out to my neck, shoulders and arms. Right now about a 4 on pain scale.
Nerve Impingement: You may have a nerve impingement of your long thoracic nerve or even impingement of a nerve root or another nerve near your spinal column. This can happen from malalignment of the spine with impingement of a nerve, or even swelling of a muscle or other structure near a nerve. The 'referred pain' you are experiencing is likely related to a nerve condition. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I am feeling indigestion type pain in the solar plexus area of my stomach as well as a nagging pain in my jaw muscles. Any ideas what this could be?
I've been having severe upper abdominal shooting pain in the solar plexus area for two days now! My other symptoms are severe heartburn, nausea, chill?
Network of nerves: A plexus is a complex network of nerves. The solar plexus is the common name for the celiac plexus which is located in the abdomen behind the stomach. Pain in that area can be caused by various things including a blow to the abdomen or any conditions that irritate surrounding structures such as the pancreas. ...Read more
Over did it when excersising on Thursday and still have considerable pain in solar plexus area is this normal and what can I do to help?
Push fluids/rest: Yes it is fairly normal to have continued pain for up to a week if you overdid the exercise in the abdominal area. Just drink lots of water and back off on the exercise. It may take a week or two but you should be back to normal soon. Always increase exercise regimens slowly to avoid muscle strain and this type of pain. ...Read more
Severe pain in solar plexus area , painful to touch or lying particularly on left side , what could be causing this ? Had it for three days now
this needs med eval: Needs medical evaluation asap. Could be an infection or "compromised gut". ...Read more
What is early symptom of gallbladder cancer? Am a man, pain in solar plexus when i eat any kind of spice food.
Gallbladder disease: Gall stones are very common. Symptoms include ab pain after meals, especially fatty, spicy meals. Nausea and vomiting are also commonly present. Gall bladder cancer is much less common. Symptoms may mimic gall stone symptoms. The work up for both includes an ultrasound and blood work. Find a doctor near you for further care. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Male, 42, pain in solar plexus area for 3 days. He says it's worse when walking. Some belching/wind. He's asthmatic & coughs a lot. What could it be?
? GERD: or Gastro-Esophageal Reflux Disease can cause the constellation of symptoms you mentioned and definitely can worsen asthma symptoms.You want to see your doctor, meanwhile, take your asthma medicines, controller and rescue medicines, as prescribed, try OTC antacids/PPI as omeprazole, unless contraindicated, read the labels carefully, best wishes ...Read more
I experienced a sudden ripping pain from solar plexus to sternum after coughing. It only lasted 20 seconds ans hasn't come back. Is this likely a symptom of an aortic dissection?
Less likely: If caused by coughing much more likely to be muscle related. An aortic dissection would more likely have searing pain through to the back and you'd feel unwell. There is also the possibility of referred pain from lung or other structure so best to have an examination by a doctor of your chest and upper abdomen and if doubt remains tests can be ordered. Check urgently if breathing troubles ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Pain in solar plexus, following severe bout GI distress (mainly gas), lead to e/r visit and passing of gallstone while under observation...Now what!?!
Surgery: Hi. It sounds like you had a bad gallbladder attack. I am uncertain what you mean by "passing a gallstone" but i assume that you were seen by a gallbladder surgeon & gallbladder surgery was recommended. I advise you to follow-up with that surgeon for definitive treatment. Good luck! ...Read more