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Dr. Luis Gonzalez
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Pelvic Pain (Definition)

The pelvic region refers to the lowermost portion of the abdomen, below the level of the umbilicus, and most often in the lowermost portions of the abdomen, on the sides and centrally. Discomfort, in various forms (stabbing , cramping, aching, ...Read more


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Symptoms: bloating, feeling full all the time, left pelvic pain and lower back pain indigestion, nausea, headaches, confused, flu like symptoms, why?

Symptoms: bloating, feeling full all the time, left pelvic pain and lower back pain indigestion, nausea, headaches, confused, flu like symptoms, why?

See your doctor.: Pelvic pain and bloating can be symptoms of serious conditions, including cancer of the ovary. Please understand that this condition cannot be diagnosed on-line, and I do not mean to alarm you. But a simple ultrasound examination will likely give you and your doctor needed information. Hopefully, you will be reassured. If there is something wrong, you can be proactive now! lgromkomd. ...Read more

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Nausea, dizzy, night rr trips, some sudden right&left lower back pain and right pelvic pain. Pain is 3-4/10. Does this sound like a kidney stone?

Nausea, dizzy, night rr trips, some sudden right&left lower back pain and right pelvic pain. Pain is 3-4/10. Does this sound like a kidney stone?

Maybe... but : Kidney stones usually cause more severe pain, closer to 7to 10/10. The nausea, low back pain could go with kidney stone, but possibly a kidney infection as well. Possibly appendicitis. Keep a close eye on your symptoms. Fever should prompt you to see a doctor. ...Read more

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What could it be if I have pelvic pain lower back pain horrible headaches dizziness nausea and sometimes vomiting everyday all day? I did have mirena (levonorgestrel)

What could it be if I have pelvic pain lower back pain horrible headaches dizziness nausea and sometimes vomiting everyday all day? I did have mirena (levonorgestrel)

Get evaluated please: It's normal to be concerned about your health, ; to worry why you feel bad. The possibilities are numerous--ranging from acid reflux or a peptic ulcer to pancreatic or biliary disease ; even stress +/- migraines. Alarm signs include weight loss, bleeding, recurrent vomiting, significant tenderness. Whatever the cause, you're appropriately anxious about it and should seek help from your doctor pls. ...Read more

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Age 42, regular cycle, period 10 days late, negative hpt 3 times, stomach & breasts bloating, mild lower back pain and pelvic cramps , no nausea.?

Age 42, regular cycle, period 10 days late, negative hpt 3 times, stomach  & breasts bloating, mild lower back pain and pelvic cramps , no nausea.?

Not Saying I'm right: The average age of menopause is 52. That is 1 year without a period due to maturity. Leading up to that is "perimenopause"; ovulation may occur less frequently but you actually produce more estrogen and levels can change rapidly; one reason for hot flashes. You may have skipped ovulation for this reason and the additional estrogen may be linked to sx's. Bleeding may be heavier when it happens. ...Read more

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Frequent urination, some pelvic pain & soreness right side, little nausea. Back pain but can't fully contribute as symptom. Scared of ovarian cancer?

Frequent urination, some pelvic pain & soreness right side, little nausea. Back pain but can't fully contribute as symptom. Scared of ovarian cancer?

Uti: The sudden onset would make me worry less about ovarian cancer but rather a UTI which by virtue of the pain and nausea, would make me worry about pyelonephritis although you did not say anything about fever. Go get evaluated and that should be the best way and the best thing for you. ...Read more

Dr. Qamar Khan
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Pain In The Back (Definition)

Pain in the back is a symptom that can be due to a number of causes including musculoskeletal or neurological problems or due to problems ...Read more


Dr. Heidi Fowler
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Back Pain (Definition)

Pain in the back is a symptom that can be due to a number of causes including musculoskeletal or neurological problems or due to problems ...Read more