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Clarify!: Do you mean the right side of your belly? Chest? Face? How long have you had it? Who said it was inflamed? Need more details, please. Ask again and clarify. You have a 150 character limit so be brief, but complete. ...Read more
Exam: Please go to your physician to get examined. ...Read more
Could b appendicitis: Appendicitis is possible. The pain localizes to the right lower abdomen after initially being more diffuse. If you have a fever or if the pain persists beyond 4 hours to in for evaluation. An exam by a doc, ultrasound and blood draw for lab analysis will help get the diagnosis. ...Read more
I have been having right lower abdomianl pain now for a year, and no one knows what it is. What can I do?
See someone else: What studies have been done? Whom have you seen? Need a little more info to go on here. Don't be afraid to seek a second opinion. Surgeons and gynes (if female) are good places to start. If musculoskeletal and orthopaedist may help. ...Read more
Two days ago I started experiencing acute pain in my right lower back. It is extremely painful. When I lay down when I MOVE!?
Take some meds: I suggest you try over the counter pain medications first, if no relief see your doctor. ...Read more
I have a really sharp pain in my right lower side that is now a dull sharp pain that won't go away I'm trying a few things but its not working?
Needs to be seen: Your pain needs to be evaluated on an urgent basis....it is significant. ...Read more
I keep having this sharp type pain in my right side and my right lower back. I could not lay down or sit a certain way. Why am i having this pain?
Musculoskeletal: Acute back pain in late teenager & that is related to position suggests an acute musculoskeletal sprain. A more uncommon explanation is renal calculus, but this pain is usually constant and excruciating to the max. If feverishness or nauseousness and/ or vomiting is associated then all bets are off and urgent evaluation recommended. Otherwise, see an osteopath. A heating pad useful for sprains. ...Read more
When I was cleaning my make up off. I felt like a bump small on my right lower lid but when I look inside Nothing. No pain. What to Do, What is it?
TimeForSomeDuctTape: It's most likely a clogged gland. There are tiny glands in the eyelid that help lubricate the eye. Sometimes a duct can get clogged and then the gland will swell. Early on they are felt but not really seen. If it bothers you going forward, see an opthalmologist. ...Read more
I have been in pain for two weeks on my right lower side i have been 2 er twice they don't do anything what should I do I can't stand this pain anmore?
LAB WORK, DURATION ?: DID YOU HAVE ANY LAB WORK DONE? ANY OTHER ISSUES BESIDES PAIN? WHAT WERE YOU TOLD? NEEDS FURTHER HISTORY AND EVALUATION. SEE PCP. ...Read more
If you could: Rephrase your question and re-post with the specifics of right side of what... What does inflate refer to and give duration and associated problems such as nausea, vomiting, difficulty urinating, constipation, diarrhea, coughing, shortness of breath etc it would help to begin to guide you. ...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 an 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
Not sure : "My back hurts, I think it's my kidney"....9 of10 times the pain is not from your kidney and more likely to be from a musculature/skeletal origin. Your doctor can examine you, obtain more details, possibly perform an x-ray so he or she can better address your concern. ...Read more
Muscular strain: Depending on how long this has been going on and what other symptoms are present the diagnosis can vary. It is likely due to muscle strain or deconditioning. Physical therapy is always the initial treatment along with anti inflammatory medications. If it does not resolve, an MRI can be considered to rule out disc disease or spinal stenosis among others. ...Read more
I have pain directly under my ribcage, on the right side and also in my right lower back. Could it be caused by my hiadalhernia?
Gallbladder: Other than an association with heartburn and acid reflux, there are typically no symptoms from a hiatal hernia. The symptoms you are describing sound more like pain due to gallstones, or "biliary colic." this pain is usually associated with nausea, often is prompted by a fatty meal, and most commonly occurs at night. It often happens in women over age forty after multiple childbirths. ...Read more
Started with pain in right lower back going into my right side pain horrendous now its at my left lower back goin into my left side?
Many possibilities: This could be due to a spine or back muscle problem, which needs time to heal and may benefit from anti-inflammatory medications. It may also be a kidney infection which is commonly accompanied by fever and urination symptoms. A doctor can look for other causes such as appendicitis, other intestinal problems, tumors or cancers in the area, problems from the aorta or pancreas in the abdomen, etc... ...Read more
After lifting heavy objects for about 15 minutes I get this pain in my right lower back. Goes away after lifting. Should I be concerned?
Back strain: You are starting to get a back strain which is a warning sign that you need to be careful with lifting heavy objects. Use you legs to lift heavy objects by squating down and using the force of your leg muscles to do the work. If you bend to lift, you are putting the strain on your back muscles. Exercise and do stretching to help strengthen the back as you age, and hopefully the strained muscles ...Read more
When I turn a certain way I'm having a pain under my right lower ribs. I haven't done anything to injure myself so I was just wondering.?
Pain in the chest : Wall reproduced by certain positions and movements is very likely to be musculoskeletal. That is dr talk for related to the muscles, connective tissues or bones. Even if you do not recall an event something probably did trigger your soreness. ...Read more
I have pain in my right lower back, around where I think my kidney is. It feels like a musle spasm because when I get up or turn it pulls hurting?
? Kidney stone: Right lower back is the right place for kidney pain. Kidney stones give pain when we move, and they are known to cause pain with jarring movement. It may be just muscle strain as well. If you don't have fever, then you can try taking pain pills and drinking good amount of fluids, that might help. If pain persists more than a week, then I would suggest you to see a pcp for work up. ...Read more