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Pinching Pain In Lower Right Abdomen
I'm having extreme pinching pain in my lower right abdomen, about where my ovary is. I've had light spotting today, but the pain has not subsided.
Pain: Off to the nearest Emergency facility today. Have someone drive you there! ...Read more
My wife is currently having severe pinching pain in her lower right abdomen. She just took naproxen. She underwent dnc 2mths ago. Plz help, what 2 do?
Appendix: Appendicitis is a possible reason for her symptoms. If her pain is lower down, ovarian cysts or other female organ problems could be a source of her pain. Even though her d/c was two months ago, a rare infection is a possibility. Not knowing why she had the procedure, there is a possibility she may have a reoccurrence of the initial problem. I believe she needs an exam and possible tests ...Read more
Sharp pinching pain in one spot on lower right abdomen on and off for months. Decreased sensation on skin in that area. Slight swelling not hernia.?
Could be anything: Pain in the right lower quadrant in 20 years old female could be a lot of things could be ovarian cyst could be a hernia in progress could be a bladder problem could be renal colic could be GI problem depend on what other symptoms you might have with it I'd course could be appendicitis but that will cause acute pain not pain that come and goes check with your doctor ...Read more
My lower right abdomen has a sharp pinch pain in one spot for months. It has a strange consistency and the skin seems to be a bit numb?
See a physician: You need an abdominal exam by a physician to determine the cause of your symptoms or if you need any further testing. Take care. ...Read more
I have a pinch on my lower abdomen I have it for almost 1wk and I missed my menstraul cycle for this month. I had unprotected sex 2wks go
See a doctor: I would advise seeing a doctor right away to examine you and also do a pregnancy test. ...Read more
I'm 14 weeks pregnant and I have pain in the right side in my lower abdomen is not constantly is more like a pinch or a tear? Is that normal?
Several: Sometimes gyn physicians, sometimes family physicians, sometimes surgeons, sometimes gastroenterologists. Psychiatrists at times also, when this pain is related to previous emotional trauma (as in past rapes or other abuse). This area is truly complex. ...Read more
Appendix?: Significant right lower abdominal pain warrants medical evaluation. ...Read more
Need evaluation pls: Causes of recurrent abdominal discomfort as described may be identified by first addressing signs/symptoms so as to localize the organ involved: in women: vaginal discharge or bleeding, alteration in periods, pregnancy risk? Fever, nausea, vomiting, altered stool pattern, blood with stool, tenderness, distension? Painful urination, blood in urine? Recent trauma, herniation? Stressors? Other risks? ...Read more
Possibly: It may be of value after having acute illness ruled aout by your doctor. ...Read more
See a doctor ASAP: Seek immediate medical attention now! If you are having extreme pain in your abdomen, especially the lower right side, this is concerning for acute appendicitis which can be potentially life-threatening if the appendix bursts. Please go to the nearest Emergency Department and see a doctor now! ...Read more
See below: On weekends, the er or an uc could evaluate your complaints. For these sharp pains, get seen asap. ...Read more
Stone, inlamation: The right lower quadrant is seat for right kidney, ureter, appendix, and in females the right ovary, fallopian tube. Pain can be radiated from neighboring structures. It would be difficult to give you satisfactory answer to your condition. The best approach would be to see your doc and have thorough history, physical examination and the necessary laboratory and imaging studies ...Read more
Recommend: Recommend monitoring this. If the pain becomes progressively worse, especially if combined with nausea or vomiting - please get it evaluated. As you likely know, the appendix lives in the right lower quadrant of your abdomen. ...Read more
What causes pain in lower right abdomen that radiates to the anal area this has been going on for months when it does I can't move at all?
Pain in the abdomen: Recurrent abdominal pain may be caused by inflamatory colitis, irritable bowel syndrome or infection antispasmodics may aliviate some of the symptoms high fiber diet, avoid process foods try a cleanse if persistant or severe require endoscopy and or CT evaluation Consult your gastroenterologist ...Read more
On may 16 I had a moderate sharp pain in lower right abdomen (lra). Now I'm having minor sharp pain in lra that comes and goes. What could this be?
Ovarian cyst: Probably an ovarian cyst since the pain comes and goes. Other option would be your appendix, but this would likely cause persistently worsening pain and fever. Keep your weight down within normal range, obesity causes more cysts because the fat tissue secretes an estrogen like substance that screws up your menstration and exposes the ovaries to too much estrogen. ...Read more
No: They have no medically recognized use and are potentially dangerous. ...Read more
It can, BUT. . .: In this case it's good to first get a diagnosis if possible from your family physician or gynecologist. Pain in rlq can be from several possibilities. Classical homeopathy can certainly help pain, but you do need an experienced homeopath rather than trying to treat yourself. Resources for trained homeopaths include: www. Nationalcenterforhomeopathy. Org and www. Homeopathyusa. Org. ...Read more
No: Appendicitis starts with about 8 hours of pain around the belly button, and then moves to the right lower abdomen, becomes sharper, and steadily more severe within 12-24 hours to the point that you can't stand it and go to the er. This sounds more like muscle spasms in one of the three muscles that make up the abdominal wall, but you should see your primary provider for an evaluation. God luck! ...Read more
Occasional pain in lower right abdomen. Occurs when step into the shower w/ sudden movements have to lie down for few mins to let pain die down?
Consider this...: Causes of recurrent abdominal discomfort as described may be identified by first addressing signs/symptoms so as to localize the organ involved: in women: vaginal discharge or bleeding, alteration in periods, pregnancy risk? Fever, nausea, vomiting, altered stool pattern, blood with stool, tenderness, distension? Painful urination, blood in urine? Recent trauma, herniation? Stressors? Other risks? ...Read more
Pain in lower right abdomen. I have had both my appendix (2010) and gallbladder (3 weeks post op) removed?
WeKnowWhat It Isn't: Sorting out the cause of abdominal pain requires patience, vigilance, and a dedicated (group of) physician (s). What is less-than-ideal is episodic care and low-yield operations. Please find a primary care doctor+/- a GI doctor willing to take the time to get to the bottom of this. Please don't repeat diagnostic studies already completed elsewhere or get care at multiple different sites. Good luck. ...Read more
I've had a pain in lower right abdomen for like 2 weeks and it really hurts when I don't have a pee when I need one, help?
Get checked immediately for persitant right lower abdominal pain. Do not ignore these symptoms.
I advise er evaluation asap. ...Read more
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