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Pelvic Ulcer Symptoms
Exact synonym so far as this pathologist is concerned. An ulcer is a lesion on a body surface (outer or inner) in which the epithelium and at least some of the underlying connective tissue has been lost specifically to necrosis (cell death) rather than just mechanical or chemical injury. All ulcer craters ...Read more
I have pain in my lower pelvic area, it only happens when I drink 1 cup of coffee (i drink caffeine all day so it isn't that), could this be ulcer?
Are You A Caffiend??: It's probably God's way of suggesting you don't drink one cup of coffee. If that one cup is first thing in the morning, you might be right, some gastric irritation (God knows why you feel it there, but people can feel it in their chest or back, so maybe you're just different). Just cut out the coffee or try a milder blend or have with food. Don't worry about it too much. If it gets worse, see a doc ...Read more
I have pelvic pain, after drinking a cup of coffee. It can happen right after, or later. I drink caffeine the rest of the day no problems. Ulcer?
Not ulcer: Unlikely ulcer with pelvic pain. May be bladder spasms? Caffeine lowers GABA which leads to excitatory states of smooth muscles. Pelvic pain suggests bladder spasms? If u feel the urge to urinate, then bladder more likely. If u have urge to pass gas or have a BM, then it's the colon being stimulated. If so, work on BM's-stool softeners, hydration, fiber. ...Read more
Had an ablation in November. Started having debilitating lower pelvic pain and upper abd. Pain at cycle time. Like labor AND ulcer. What can I do?
Menstrual cramps: It sounds like menstrual cramps without the actual flow. Ibuprofen, a prostaglandin inhibitor, and a heating pad are good choices for help. Endometrial ablation may stop the flow, but it doesn't stop the pituitary from running the cycle including cramps. If this gets worse talk to your GYN about a more definitive measure of treatment. ...Read more
I have rectal ulcer with rectal prolapse am taking pentasa (mesalamine) for 3 months but my doctor advise me to do pelvic floor exercises why? And how to do it?
Pelvic strengthen: You have rectal prolapse. Your doctor wants you to strengthen your supporting muscles so perhaps your prolapse will not recur. Ask your doctor for help and use your local library for pelvis exercise books. If it recurs you may need surgery. Try amazon books? Hope this helps. ...Read more
CT Scan Findings: Ct scan is not the best study to detect colon cancer or ulcers. Although a ct scan may show a large sized colon cancer, the sensitivity of this is greatly reduced without the administration of oral contrast. Ulcers are typically not seen on ct scan. The best diagnostic study for both of these would be an endoscopy and colonoscopy. ...Read more
Constant pain of joints. Fingers, neck, pelvic bone, behind knees. Get anxiety in morning gearing up to face another day of pain. No nsaids. Have ulcer?
I had sex with a girl using a condom 10months ago. We kissed too. I have skin lesions now, started with a boil (not ulcer) at pelvis. Could it be an std?
STD: Nope. There is no std that takes ten months to show up. And, a boil is not a symptom or indication from any common stds. ...Read more
My left pelvic bone is swollen. Can't use nsaids due to ulcers. No UTI. No uterus/ovaries from stage 4 endometriosis. Hard to bend over & poop. Why?
Bruises in my arms and legs. Tongue has ulcers that don't cure. Pain in joints, fingers and feet. Immflamation pelvic area, legs C3 11.69 C4 normal.
Arthritis, bruising: I Recommanded an evaluation by a Theumatologist for evaluation and treatment. Further testing may be needed. Take care. ...Read more
Upper abdominal pain: Epigastric pain is the most common symptom of both gastric and duodenal ulcers. It is characterized by a gnawing or burning sensation and occurs after meals—classically, shortly after meals with gastric ulcer and 2-3 hours afterward with duodenal ulcer. Food or antacids relieve the pain of duodenal ulcers but provide minimal relief of gastric ulcer pain. ...Read more
Can you tell me more:
A tongue ulcer could be caused from an irritation, such as from rubbing a sharp piece of a worn or broken tooth. It is usually very sore, and irritated more by hot or spicy foods.
A sore tongue can also be associated with a condition called 'burning mouth syndrome.'
it is a good idea to try to find out the cause of the problem. A mild medicine painted right on the area may help the discomfort. ...Read more
Diabetic ulcers: This is great question in order to make the point that you just might have no symptoms. Diabetic patients may have neurological problems and have no feeling for an ulcer that would otherwise be painful. Other symptoms could be drainage pain color swelling and systemic signs of infection such as fever and chills. ...Read more
Pain: Generally ulcerated esophagus is painful, especially with swallowing food, even liquids. Pain may be in chest, referred to back or between the ribs or upper abdomen. May also have difficulty swallowing-food gets stuck going down. Can lead to weight loss. ...Read more
Yes: Ulcers in the twenties are common. It could be an infection, stress, genetic vulnerability, food, other illness, and so on. Go to your family physician and get a basic, thorough evaluation. If no other serious condition is found, a trial of antacids may very well clear this up. Some ulcers are bacterial in origin, and a regimen of antibiotics for a few weeks may clear that up. ...Read more
What are early nsaid induced ulcer symptoms? Will just stopping meds fix it or do I need to see a Dr?
What do you suggest if my child has oral ulcers and is neutropenic all recuring what are these symptoms of?
Had egd October 2016 said I had the start of an ulcer now am having ulcer symptoms should I have another scope to see if ulcer is back?
Sorry to hear that you are feeling poorly. It is not always necessary to repeat EGD for recurrent ulcer symptoms. It can be helpful to repeat, although in some cases, it is also appropriate to initiate a trial period of medical management only. There are many factors to consider and it really just depends on the unique details of the initial workup. Hope this was helpful. ...Read more
I googled ulcer and read the symptoms but it doesn't say anything about diarrhea anywhere. Do you think I could have something else? Havingstomachpain
A rare condition that causes both ulcers and diarrhea is Zollinger-Ellison syndrome. See this site for more information on this topic.
http://www. Mayoclinic. Org/diseases-conditions/zollinger-ellison-syndrome/basics/definition/CON-20024097 ...Read more
I been having recurrent aphtous ulcers for many years. Otherwise no other symptoms or past medical history. Pls give advice on reducing the frequency?
Check for trigger: Recurrent aphtous ulcers or canker sores can be caused by a number of triggers or initiators. These lesions are not bacterial or viral origin. Stress, trama, weakening from illness, food additives or colorings or flavoring, wine, nuts, etc. You should journal your food and drink intake, habits, and dates to determine if these occur after certain times or job or school schedules, or intake. ...Read more
Pain in the center of your stomach, empty/burning feeling, often worse at night and on an empty stomach. Can improve with eating some foods and with acid reducing drugs (tums, pepcid, (famotidine) etc). Symptoms can come and go.
Severe symptoms (see your doctor!): vomiting blood, black stool or stool that looks like tar, weight loss, nausea/vomiting. ...Read more
Sxs: Symptoms of ulcers can include pain in the upper part of the abdomen or in the chest; feeling full easily; nausea and possibly vomiting (which can contain blood). The pain can wake a person from sleep at night. The person may feel hungry often (like one hour to several hours after eating). This can be accompanied by weight loss and fatigue. If an ulcer is in the stomach, eating can make it feel. ...Read more
Pain, bleeding, etc: Where is ulcer? If you have ulcer on your foot, your foot might hurt, turn red, have foul smelling pus draining, and feel hot to touch. Same goes for any skin ulcer anywhere on body incl mucous membranes. Check out http://www. Mayoclinic. Com/health/peptic-ulcer/ds00242 for info re ulcer in stomach. Check out http://www. Mayoclinic. Com/health/ulcerative-colitis/ds00598 for info re ulcerative colitis. ...Read more
I presume you mean: Stomach or gastric ulcer (there can be ulcerations of skin wounds, in the mouth, etc)? Burning pain in the lower chest or upper abdomen, often relieved with eating, along with nausea, indigestion, burping or vomiting are all symptoms of gastric ulcer. The pain can be dull and more generalized over the add omen. Also, signs of bleeding. .. vomiting/coughing blood or black stools. Stay well:) ...Read more