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Right Lower Abdomen Popped
Maybe gas in gut but: In what position do you feel better/ worse? What is the quality of pain--sharp, stabbing, pressure, bloating, gassiness? Where in your abdomen (right, mid, left) do you experience discomfort? Duration pain lasts? Is pain deep or superficial? Have you seen blood with stool or change in bowels? Any chance of pregnancy (sexually active)? Any bladder/uti symptoms? Ur doc will need this info 2 help ...Read more
EArlier today I was sitting down and pulled myself toward the table with the chair after I did that I felt a popping feeling pain in lower abdomen?
Strain: A strain of the abdominal musculature has likely occurred. Apply cold applications for 24 to 48 hours and then switch to heal. If you can take them, NSAIDS like ibuprofen reduce some of the inflammatory reaction. It takes 7to10 days for healing. See your physician if there is increased pain and/or tenderness, swelling or discoloration. ...Read more
Dr do we feel baby first movement around 18 plus weeks around lower abdomen? I'm feeling as a big gas bubble popping. Not sure baby or gas bubble. : (
That's probably it!: The time period you mention is very typical for first feeling fetal movement. It usually occurs between 16 and 22 weeks. Mothers with experience in previous pregnancies are often able to appreciate the movement earlier than first timers! These first subtle kicks are known as "quickening." The sensation is described as being like popcorn popping, goldfish swimming or butterflies fluttering! Enjoy! ...Read more
See a doctor: There are medical emergencies that come to mind when you say right lower abdominal pain, but there are so many different causes, that you really need to see a doctor and have a complete history and physical examination to figure out what is going on. ...Read more
Pain: It would certainly be important to identify the cause of your pain first. The list of possibilities is large however. ...Read more
RLQ ABD pain: Possible causes of right lower abdominal pain include appendicitis, ectopic pregnancy, ovarian cyst, endometriosis, inguinal hernia, seminal vesiculitis, GI obstruction, renal infection or stones & gastroenteritis just to mention a few. If you have severe abdominal pain then urgent medical evaluation is indicated. Abdominal pain with change to stool pattern warrants evaluation. Take care. ...Read more
Pain in that area: To identify where pain might occur, we describe the abdomen in regions. The right lower quadrant is the lower quarter of the abdomen on the right side extending from the flank to the belly button, down to the pelvis. In this case the pain or discomfort is in that region. ...Read more
RLQ rumbling: The right lower quadrant of the abdomen is where the small intestine empties into the large. Intestinal contents are nearly all liquid at this point and may contain gas produced by bacterial activity. Without loose stools, pain, fever or bleeding it is likely this rumbling is the normal movement of intestinal contents. Thanks for trusting HealthTap! ...Read more
I have a pain on my right lower abdomen, for a year. What should I do to get the pain to go away?
Know the diagnosis: Why you are having the pain is the single most important thing you can understand before you can effectively treat it. If you are going to have any chance to making it go away, you have to know what you are trying to make go away. Your pain has a source. ...Read more
Many things: Pain in the right lower abdomen can be many things. It can be appendicitis, kidney stones, gas, urinary tract infection or muscular strain among many, many others. If you are a female, there are some gynecologic conditions that can cause pain in that area. If the pain is intense, prolonged or recurrent or associated with other symptoms like fever and vomiting, I would urge you to be evaluated. ...Read more
Depends on the cause: Most people think their whole abdomen is their stomach, but the stomach is in the upper middle or upper left of the abdomen. If your lower abdomen hurts, that could be your skin, muscles, bladder, uterus, or intestines. If the upper part of your abdomen hurts, it could be acid reflux, pancreatitis, or other problems. See a doctor for an assessment. ...Read more
Joggers Judgement: Jogging and rapid breathing can precipitate a spasm or cramp in the diaphragm called "runner's stitch". It more commonly happens on one side and high up under the ribs, but can occur on both sides. In the lower abdomen there is the possibility of weakening in the musculature and herniation, depending upon your overall size and health. Obesity increases the risk. Get an exam if you're female. ...Read more
I feel the pain more often on my right lower abdomen, but sometimes I feel the pain on the left lower abdomen too, could it be appendicitis?
Lower abdominal pain: Usually appendicular pain in on the right lower quadrant, some people may have their appendix on the left side also but rare. As you are having pain on both sides unlikely to be appendicular pain, more information about your symptom and sign would be helpful for us to answer. ...Read more
I have pain in right lower abdomen, which started approx 4 hours ago but it is not getting worse. Pain level only about 3/10. emergency or not?
ABD pain: Not. But check with your medical team as they know u best. ...Read more
See: Your doctor. Need full eval. If you feel generally unwell. Full blood work etc needs to be done ...Read more
Several things: These types of symptoms need to be augmented with a physical examinations and perhaps labs and x-rays. Talk with your doctor. ...Read more
Talk to your Doctor: The location of your pain needs to be investigated to rule our GB inflammation or stone, inflammation of colon, right sided kidney infection (pyelonephritis, UTI) or inflammation of right ovary. As you provided limited information, you should talk to your PCP for further evaluation. ...Read more
See a GYN MD: Unfortunately, there are multiple answers to your concern that need a physical exam to delineate. ...Read more
I have a masses in my right lower abdomen. Is it dangerous? Its isn't pain just slightly disturbing
Yes: Anymass in the abdominal cavity left untreated can or will become dangerous. Work up with PET/CAT of value followed by bx. If retropritoneal in nature, angiogram prior to attempted resection of value to assure excessivebleeding will not occur at surgery. Otherwise chemoembolization followed by surgery uselful. ...Read more
Sometimes my daughter gets a sharp pain that comes and goes on her right lower abdomen. What could this be?
Abdominal Pain: Can be simple muscle spasm, ovarian cyst, gastro-intestinal cause or nothing worrisome. Many times people think of acute appendicitis when pain in right lower abdomen. Typical pain of appendicitis starts around belly button, then shifts to rt. Lower abdomen with associated symptoms of fever, vomiting, fowl breath etc. So, doesn't sound like appendix related. Check with her doc. During an episode. ...Read more
53, female had complete hysterectomy yrs ago. Having constant drawing pain on my right lower abdomen. What can it be?
See your doc: You need an exam. There are many causes of pain in that area. They could be from an ovary or from your bowels (appendix, diverticulitis, etc). Your doctor can help by asking about bowel, bladder, sexual pain, and performing an exam. Sometimes an ultrasound or other test may be necessary. ...Read more
I have a sharp spasm in my right lower abdomen sometimes when I cough or roll over a certain way. I've had two cesarians?
Varied: This could be internal scar tissue (adhesions) from your cesareans. It could also be just a muscle spasm. A more serious possibility is a hernia in your cesarean incision-- under the skin in the connective tissue. If pain is severe or persistent, especially if accompanied by vomiting, you need to see your doctor right away. ...Read more
Right sided pain that stabs under my rib cage and goes achy to my right lower abdomen. And stabs into my back. Very painful. What can it be?
More info?: Is it sharp or achy? How long does it last? Anything make it better? Any fevers? Does food affect the pain? Have you had any surgery? How long has it been there? Have you tried any medications? Did they work? Did you injure yourself? Pulled muscle etc? Has anyone done any studies? Need a bit more info? Possible causes: gallbladder? Pneumonia? Ge issues? Muscle strain? Kidney? ...Read more
I have sharp pain in my right lower abdomen when I was checked my gym told me that I had a cyst that I shdnt worry abt bt I stil get that sharp pain?
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