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Rib Pain During Perimenopause
During PMS unbearable sharp pain is observed at lower back pain.. Takin ibrufen during periods is advisable?
Yes as long as there: Are no medical reasons why you should not be taking this type of medication. This has been one of its uses since it was introduced. ...Read more
Yes: In the months/yrs leading up to menopause (the end of menstrual periods) our hormones fluctuate to higher highs and lower lows than they did when we were younger. These surges of estrogen can cause breast fullness and tenderness. Seek medical care if pain persists past a few days each month, or if pain is one sided. Get mammograms as recommended (yearly after age 40). ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
20yo F, sharp/stabbing pain in left lower abdomen during intercourse occasionally. Same sharp pain when sneezing, coughing, twisting etc for >2yrs?
Consider hernia: Can't diagnose simply from description, but often times hernias (where the bowel pokes through the normal muscle) can occur in the area you described, and can cause the same symptoms. Usually symptoms worsen during physical activity, like straining. Hernias aren't always dangerous, but if it is bothersome, worth getting checked out. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Endometriosis common: Endometriosis is far and away the most common cause of female pelvic pain. The list of possible causes is just not that long in most patients. Pain during or after intercourse should be evaluated by your gynecologist. Other causes include pid (pelvic inflammatory disease, a bacterial infection of the uterus/tubes/ovaries) but usually there is a low grade fever and some extra vaginal discharge. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I'm having in the 3rd day of menstruation abdominal pain during urination&bowel pain/late periods(7-15)days, bld clots,cramping,abd pain when sitting?
? Pelvic congestion: For several reasons, chronic constipation is the most common, gets worse with painful menses and vice versa. Increase fluid intake, plain water, use laxatives if needed, NSAIDs as ibuprofen during painful menses, unless contraindicated, would help with symptoms and decrease flow, all are temporizing measures, won't substitute a doctor's visit for good history, physical exam and sound advice ...Read more
31 w/irregular periods. Pain sometimes during deep penetration; spotting sometimes after sex; pain in abdomen before period and nausea;is it cyst?
Irregular menses: You should have a pelvic and transvaginal u/s done to find out if you have a cyst. Make sure your pap is up to date. Have it done once a year especially if you are spotting after intercourse. It's time to go see your gyn if you haven't done so already. Good luck. ...Read more
Sharp pubic bone pain, sharp pain upon pushing during bowel movement, diarrhoea, nausea normal during period? Never had it before.
Sounds normal: The symptoms you describe are not unusual during a normal period. Many women have diarrhea and nausea during a period. Even though you have not experienced this before, a woman's body undergoes changes all of the time. and most women will have symptoms with a period once in a while that are unusual for them. ...Read more
I am experiencing pain during sex, painful menstrual bleeding, excessive menstrual bleeding, fatigue and back pain. A dull ache in lower stomach
I am experiencing excessive menstrual cramps, ovary pain throughout the cycle, pain and stomach ache during sex, painful bowel movements, discharge?
Get evaulation: I recommend that you start with a Gyn exam to assess whether you may have an ovarian cyst, or possible pelvic infection or endometriosis. Constipation can also be a source of chronic lower abdomiinal pain and discomfort with sex, and stool softeners or Miralax may be helpful. ...Read more
Pain: Generalized pain is serious. You should be checked by a doctor. ...Read more
Random Sharp pubic bone pain, sharp pain upon pushing during bowel movement, diarrhoea, nausea normal during period? Never had it before.
Time to see OBGYN: I saw three related questions. It is possible that women who are ovulating to have a cyst on the ovary ovulating at that time. It is also possible for other types of masses to form on one or both ovaries. Other things in nearby structures can cause pain also. If there is intense or recurring pain, a gyn can evaluate with exam and ultrasound. Best to avoid sex till after talking with doctor. ...Read more
Stress: Muscle spasm, myofascial pain syndrome, but otherwise i also can't see how they are related. Try taking something cold from freezer, like a bag of vegetables, and place on upper back. An anti-inflammatory like Ibuprofen would help but will also make you bleed longer. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Experience fever, sore thighs, left leg pain (stabbing), fatigue, pain while on bowel movement or urinating, nausea, and lower abdominal soreness during period. Is this normal?
Infectious process: Fevers/all these symptoms connote infectious process of bacterial or viral usually and can fluctuate making you feel better off and on if it is low grade problem, need to get checked out for infectious process, inflammatory tests such as white cell and sed rate blood analysis as well as many others to determine the cause of the possible inflammatory infectious process going on. ...Read more
52, perimenopause, gyn laproscopy identified dense adhesions between gallbladder and abdomen wall. Do I have to remove gallbladder? Occas. rib pain.
What is it? I have shoulder pain
(under the right shoulder) and right side pain seems to be under the ribs or at the end it happened during yawning
Possibility of PE-: -esp if on BC pills however Ur description is poor. More is needed such as does it hurt with deep inspiration or with shoulder use. This will help 2 C the proper physician. If this was a 1 time episode, I would not B concerned, if it continues 2 B constant, it needs evaluation. Start with Ur PCP & get referrals if needed. ...Read more
I had a total hysterectomy back in July and now I have this constant pain on my left side below rib cage (on side). Pain during/after sex bloating etc?
Right lower back pain (sometimes left), pelvic pain, sometimes rib pain. No pain during urinating. Sometimes urine dark than normal. Could this be uti?
Atypical for UTI: Your pain seems to localize every except for the bladder. For this reason, I am going to suppose that this is not related to a uti. It could be bowel related. Nonetheless, based on the discoloration of your urine and your abdominal pain, a urine test is indicated. Talk to your ob/gyn! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I am experiencing difficulty staying awake during day, chest wall pain, fatigue and increasing ankle swelling. The following also describe: :gasping?
Chest wall pain during movement or bending my body.done ECG and ECHO.dizzy and tremble,shortness of breath.panic?
47 yr old perimenopausal female with two brothers with hemochromatosis. She suffers issues inc. Debilitating right side pain..Odds of her having it?
Low risk: The risk for a perimenopausal woman, even with the genetic defect that causes hemochromatosis, is low. However, here on you are losing the protection provided by the menstrual blood loss and should consult your doctor for an evaluation and preventive measures that may include therapeutic phlebotomy (blood letting). ...Read more
Many things: This problem mandates a real-time (face-to-face) meeting with a doctor. A history has to be taken along with a examination as well as labs and other tests. Only after all this will your doctor be in a position to tell you what's wrong and what needs to be done to help you. ...Read more
Be examined: Given your sport (wrestling) and the potential for rib injuries including fractures, you should be examined by a sports medicine physician and x-rays may be considered. They can give medications / pain patches to manage the pain also. There are over the counter pain patches from your local pharmacy that can be used in the meantime. ...Read more
Good question: Fibromyalgia is a chronic pain syndrome. The exact cause of the pain is not always clear. People with fibromyalgia have pain at a lower threshold than people who don't have fibromyalgia. This means they feel pain at a much less intensified stimulus. The pain appears to be related to muscle tone and conditioning, pain perception less attenuatef because of lack of sleep and exercise increase brain activity. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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