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Right side of abdomen swollen but no pain. Sharp pain around belly button, pain on lower left back but tends to spread to the right.Headache, nausea?

Right side of abdomen swollen but no pain. Sharp pain around belly button, pain on lower left back but tends to spread to the right.Headache, nausea?

Examination needed: Because of rather diffuse symptoms, a physician would have take a thorough history and perform a physical examination in order to make a differential diagnosis. Appropriate tests will be ordered. Pain in the navel can be due to a small umbilical hernia. Lower back discomfort may be musculoskeletal in origin or be due to a urinary tract disorder. Headache,nausea are nonspecific.?viral ...Read more

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Had total colorectal removal 10 yrs ago. Last 9 months been anaemic with pain left side of abdomen which goes through my hip and lower back, front leg?

Left hip/ leg pain: Follow up with doctor this week. Would consider CT of abdomen/pelvis to ensure no cancer, check renal function as that can cause anemia as well. Did you have inflammatory bowel because if that recurrs in small intestine or ileum can cause anemia( though usuallyright side). Also consider hip films to check for arthritis. ...Read more

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Can i take tylenol (acetaminophen) during first weeks of pregnancy to relieve cramps? I have period like cramps on one left side of abdomen and lower back . Normal?

Can i take tylenol (acetaminophen) during first weeks of pregnancy to relieve cramps? I have period like cramps on one left side of abdomen and lower back . Normal?

Medication: Of course. But, cramping is in no way a sign of pregnancy. Remember that at one week the mother does not know a new baby has been created. There is no communication between new impregnated egg and mother yet. That would be impossible. ...Read more

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Numbness periodically on left side of abdomen. Lower back pain and leg pain on left side. Period should have ended 4 days ago but am still spotting. ?

Numbness periodically on left side of abdomen. Lower back pain and leg pain on left side. Period should have ended 4 days ago but am still spotting. ?

Musculoskeletal: Early 20's female w. unilateral abdominal "numbness" & same-sided sciatica. Assuming single disorder, only pain referral pattern explanatory is pelvic girdle joint disorder. Vertebral spine neural impingements refer pain in sciatic & long-leg radiculopathy patterns. Sacroiliac joint disorders distinctively refer to ipsilateral abdomen/pelvis & groin. Osteopaths are skillful diagnosticians of this. ...Read more

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My husband is having pain in his lower left back that radiates to his abdomen on the left side. What could be causing this?

My husband is having pain in his lower left back that radiates to his abdomen on the left side. What could be causing this?

Several things: There are several possible causes: a kidney stone, infection or inflammation of the colon, or musculoskeletal back pain are the most common causes. If he is older than 65 the problems with the aorta should be added to the list. I hope this helps. If the pain is severe he should be seen in person to be evaluated for these conditions. ...Read more

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I have burning in my lower left and right side of my back, and some burning in my abdomen. ?

I have burning in my lower left and right side of my back, and some burning in my abdomen.
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Be seen: It sounds like a urinary tract infection. See your physician for an exam and diagnosis. ...Read more

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Pains in lower abdomen and lower back left side?

Pains in lower abdomen and lower back left side?

Need more informatio: Is there any fever? Any pain or blood on urination? U will need a blood count and probably an flat plate of the abdomen(x-ray). Als, may need a cat scan of the abdomen with and without contrast. Could be ovarian cysts or kidney stones. Are your noel's ok? ...Read more

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I have somewhat sharp pains in my lower abdomen that extends to the left side of my back, closer to my kidney. What could it be?

Possible ureteral stone: The most likely urologic consideration with patients that have these symptoms at your age would be a stone in the ureter. These can be very uncomfortable and are often best evaluated in an urgent care or emergency room setting where appropriate x-ray tests and urine specimens can be obtained. If the pain is not severe i would see your primary care physician within the next few days. ...Read more