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Referred Pain From Stomach
I have severe referred pain in back (@ liver, gb, pancreas). I only have mild pain in abdomen (ruq). Which is more likely: pancreas, liver, or gb?
Hernia Repair: The best way to treat pain from a hernia is to repair the hernia. If this is not feasible at this time, general measures such as avoiding heavy lifting and wearing a truss/abdominal binder (depending on hernia location) may help. Unfortunately, hernias never heal on their own--surgery remains your best-bet. Good luck! ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Several things: This could be related to several things, including your pancreas, liver or gallbladder, depending on the location of your pain. You should see a physician who will take a complete history and perform a thorough medical exam before ordering the appropriate diagnostic tests. ...Read more
I have excruitating pain on the left side of lower stomach and shoooting pain from stomach to buttocks?
Could be: A few things. Sudden severe pain is worrisome; locations you stated mean it could be a kidney stone, ovary (females), colon, vascular, etc. Take note of frequency, severity, and duration of symptoms. Also note other associated symptoms (fever, nausea) and bowel changes (blood, diarrhea, absence of). ...Read more
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