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Right Middle Quadrant Pain
Pain: This information alone is not sufficient to pinpoint any particular cause. Please elaborate your symptoms more. Sounds like colicky pain that can come from renal stones, biliary spasm/stone, intestinal spasm etc. ...Read more
Gallbladder: Pain in the right upper quadrant (RUQ) causing nausea is commonly due to gallbladder disease. The gallbladder is located in the RUQ. Dysfunction of the gallbladder or blockage of the ducts by a stone can result in RUQ pain, associated with nausea and vomiting. These symptoms are more likely to occur after eating a meal especially one high in fat. ...Read more
Upper abd R pain: Have your gallbladder checked out as a start. ...Read more
Upper right quadrant pain that is intermittent. It is severe and feels as if something is stuck. Pain lasts 3-4 minutes. Choly 3 years ago?
Abd pain needs exam: It is impossible to answer this without an exam ...Read more
Could be many: Things, from gas to constipation to muscular issues to appendicitis. Without more history, it is hard to say what could be causing it. If it is does not improve, or is associated with other symptoms, see a doctor. A physical exam is recommended to help determine what could be causing it. ...Read more
Quadrant perio: The deep scaling and root planing procedure might be broken down into 4 quadrants. For example the upper right side of the mouth is one quadrant. The goal is to remove the buildup of plaque and its more hardened form, tartar, through periodontal scaling and root planing performed by quadrant. This allows for only a part of the mouth being numb and makes for more comfort. ...Read more
Many: Left abd. Pain causes include but is not limited to: ovarian cyst, ectopic pregnancy, diverticulitis, endometriosis, inguinal hernia, ovulation pain, intestinal obstruction, crohn’s disease, abscess, ulcerative colitis, seminal vesicle inflammation, cancer, aortic aneurysm, renal infection or stone, injury, angina, heart attack, pneumonia, enlarged or ruptured spleen, pancreatitis & obstipation. ...Read more
Many possibilities: Causes of upper abdominal pain can include but are not limited to: gallstones, hepatitis, pancreatitis, peptic ulcer, gastroesophageal reflux disease, inflammation of the bile duct or gallbladder, obstructed intestines, and problems of the chest such as angina, heart attack, pericarditis, pneumonia and pleurisy. If you are experiencing chronic upper abdominal pain get it checked. Severe pain = er. ...Read more
Many things: Cardiac causes, pulmonary causes, spleen problems, stomach issues, kidney problems, pancreas issues, colon problems, diaphragm issues, peritoneum issues, chest wall problems, shingles, and medical issues. Bottom line....Need more information gathered by your primary care doctor to narrow these vague symptoms. ...Read more
See your doctor: These symptoms are not normal. See your doctor. He/she will listen to you, perform an examination, and possibly order tests to find out what's going on. ...Read more
Pain in the Left Upper Quadrant may be related to gastric (common-ulcers/GERD/gastritis), cardiac, pulmonary, intestinal, renal, splenic, pancreatic, vascular & referred.
A careful history, physical exam & imaging are important in the differential diagnosis+review of symptoms. A patient who guards the area or has rebound tenderness may indicate surgical problems. See your MD for full exam. ...Read more
This can't be diagnosed with the information that is available. A history, physical examination & other studies may be needed to determine cause/causes.
Once accurately assessed a treatment plan can be developed. ...Read more
SEE a doctor: That is a question that needs a lot more information before I can even begin to guess. What makes the pain come on? How severe? What makes it better? Which side? When was your last menstrual period? Have you had any nausea, vomiting, diarrhea or constipation? Any fever? Any burning with urination, frequency or urgency? And I could go on. This is a problem that needs to see a doctor. ...Read more
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See a doctor: So he/she can evaluate your pain. RUQ pain can come from many different things and a history and physical exam performed by a physician will help identify possible causes for your pain. I would see a physician asap if the pain is severe. ...Read more
Swollen viscous: Discomfort of abdominal organs, which are mostly tissues shapped as tubes connected to sacks is for these tissues to be stretched by the contents or for the muscles of these tissues to go into spasm. Excessive intestinal gas and gallbladder spasms are common causes of right upper quadrant abdominal discomfort in a thirties female. A gastroenterologist can diagnose. ...Read more
Pinched Nerve: Sounds like you have a pinched nerve in your back. I would suggest seeing a pain/spine specialist to evaluate you further to evaluate what level and what can be done to treat you. There are interventional treatments besides medications and surgeries that might reduce or eliminate the pain altogether. ...Read more
Pain with Zumba: Zumba uses a lot of abdominal muscles and if you are having pain in that area it could be a strain in your muscles. ...Read more
Gb working at 10 percent how does it cause pain upper right quadrant closer to the center but right side?
Usually gb disease: Most symptoms related to gall bladder occur in right upper quadrant of the abdomen. Ultrasound exam can demonstrate sludge or gall stones which may contribute to evaluation. In adults greater than 35% gb ejection is usually normal. Endoscopy, blood tests, and other imaging testing such as ct abdomen may eliminate stomach, pancreas, and bowel as other sources of symptoms. ...Read more
I have slight pain and firmness in my left lower quadrant. What should I watch for to indicate an abnormality?
Diverticulitis?: Left lower quadrant pain typically indicates inflammation or infection of the descending colon. However, traveling left kidney stones can give you similar symptoms. Please consult with your physician. Fever and chills, painful bowel movement and urination will indicate urgent symptoms. Bloody urine or stools need emergent evaluation. ...Read more
Lower Right Quadrant pain there when I think about it, don't feel it when I don't think about it. It's been going on for 33 days no other symptoms.
Perhaps the appendix: Common causes of right lower quadrant abdominal pain in your age group include: appendicitis (inflammation of your appendix) and possibly an inguinal hernia. While appendicitis is typically associated with more intense pain and fevers, occasionally chronic inflammation can cause low grade discomfort as well. Given that it has been going on for so long, please consider seeing a doctor. ...Read more
Many possibilities: Causes of left upper abdominal pain include but are not limited to: angina, heart attack, pneumonia, injury, enlarged spleen, ruptured spleen, pancreatitis, infection / abscess of the spleen, renal infection or stone, aortic aneurysm, cancer, shingles and obstipation. ...Read more
Means nothing: Means nothing without other abnormalities like severe pain, vomiting, etc. ...Read more
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