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Pain Right Side Pelvis
Abdominal pain(right side/pelvis), back pain, nausea, weight loss, have hemorrhoids and have seen red blood on tp before. Could it be colon cancer?
Having pain in right side pelvis & lower back. Woke up this AM w/ an oval shaped, purple bruise on right side pelvis. What could this be?
ER: Hopefully,this is just a bruise,may be related to trauma or sexual activityu; however, you must be checked and evaluated in the ER or local UC clinic. ...Read more
How long will a hpt be + if ectopic preg? Had what thought miscarriage 3 weeks ago. Now having pain in right side, pelvis, rectum?
Variable: A pregnancy test can remain positive for up to six weeks even after a completed miscarriage. It depends upon how far along the pregnancy was and the level of HCG (the pregnancy hormone that produces a positive pregnancy test) in the blood. Ectopic pregnancy HCG levels do not continue to fall week to week so if worried, women may want to consider a weekly level of hcg. ...Read more
Pink c-sec scar only on left corner 7wks pp. No oozing No fever normal ? Also have a shooting pain right side of pelvis comes & goes not persistent?
Healing: You are still healing. This should continue to improve over time. ...Read more
Rule out appendix: Any pain in the lower right side needs evaluation. This is the area of the appendix and can be an emergency. Remember though, most cases of right lower pain will not end up being appendicitis. See you doctor soon for evaluation. If you have fever, nausea or vomitting then this needs to be evaluated in an er now. ...Read more
Many things: Unfortunately without more specifics or having the chance to examine you, this pain could be related to many different problems. It could be related to your appendic(like appendicitis), ovarian cysts, tubal infection, pregnancy!, right sided colon issues and even a kidney infection. If the pain is severe or you are having nausea, vomiting, fevers or blood from anywhere please seek urgent help. ...Read more
IUD check : In these cases i recommend scheduling a follow-up visit for an iud check. This will allow the doctor to confirm that the iud is in the right location. They could also check you for ovarian cysts. If you are done having children consider changing to essure. This is a very effective in office procedure which will permanently prevent pregnancy and eliminate the side effects of mirena (levonorgestrel). ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can u miscarriage if ur tubes tied r will the baby live...And haveing pain n my right side pelvis?
Yes; might; go to ER: Yes, you could fertilize an egg, although very rare, and thus miscarry--or have intrauterine implantation and carry to term--or have extra-uterine implantation and have an ectopic pregnancy--which causes one-sided pain and is potentially life threatening if not addressed early. Need urgent gyn or er eval and ultrasound to assess. ...Read more
Right sided pain: Relatively small "ovarian cysts" always precede ovulation, and with ovulation (release of the egg and rupture of the follicle cyst) pain on the side of ovulation, or even an enlarging ovarian cyst which stretches the ovarian capsule can cause pain. If it persists, see your healthcare provider. ...Read more
Got my tubes tied 2weeks ago and started feeling very lightheaded and dizzy today also pain in my right side pelvis area 2d after shoud I be worried?
Call gyn: and be checked to make sure everything is ok. ...Read more
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