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Doctor insights on: Sharp Burning Pain In Lower Right Abdomen

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Dr. Ejiro Isiorho
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Burning Sensation (Definition)

A burning sensation can be descriptive of nerve pain, some variations of migraine, and even central brain problems after a stroke. Have heard this said associated with phantom limb syndrome, reflex sympatheric dystrophy, and trigeminal neuralgia. Other patients might say ...Read more


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Possible causes of intermittent burning pain in lower right abdomen, radiating down leg? Ultrasound negative for cysts, IUD problems.

Possible causes of intermittent burning pain in lower right abdomen, radiating down leg? Ultrasound negative for cysts, IUD problems.

Consider femoral: Abdominal pain radiating into the leg is not usual. It is good that the ultrasound is negative. Compression of the femoral nerve can cause this, it is in the back of the abdomen, and it cannot be seen by ultrasound. What part of the leg is affected?

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Burning pain in lower abdomen above pelvis but below stomach, caused by excess gas?

Burning pain in lower abdomen above pelvis but below stomach, caused by excess gas?

There isn't enough: Info to tell you the cause of your pain. Note that you have listed constipation as condition. If you are experiencing that currently - it might be the cause of your abdominal pain.

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I had a tingling, burning sensation in my lower right abdomen what could that be?

I had a tingling, burning sensation in my lower right abdomen what could that be?

Many things: The sensation suggests a neurologic phenomen that may be related to some abdominal organ. It is sensible to have a medical evaluation.

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In may I was diagnosed with chlaymdia, I have been treated and cleared. I still have a burning sensation in my lower left abdomen. Why is that?

In may I was diagnosed with chlaymdia, I have been treated and cleared. I still have a burning sensation in my lower left abdomen. Why is that?

Not normal: Please contact the doc who treated you, you may have the infection in the pelvic organs or you may have something else you need an exam, blood work cultures and an ultrasound.

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I have a weird burning sensation on left lower abdomen?

I have a weird burning sensation on left lower abdomen?

LLQ discomfort: Causes of recurrent llq abdominal discomfort may be identified by first addressing accompanying signs/symptoms so as to localize the organ involved: vaginal discharge or bleeding, alteration in periods, pregnancy risk? Fever, nausea, vomiting, altered stool pattern, blood with stool, tenderness, distension? Painful urination, blood in urine? Recent trauma, herniations? Age? Gender? Risk factors?

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I'm having a painful burning sensation in my front left lower abdomen. Is this something I should worry about?

I'm having a painful burning sensation in my front left lower abdomen. Is this something I should worry about?

Possibly: Pain in left lower quad may be pain arising in bowel just under left abdominal wall or referred from an additional site such as ureteral in origin. One must examine for rebound tenderness to see if pain related to peritonitis. If such signs present then CBC and possible scan needed.

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I have a sharp burning pain in the upper right side of abdomen just below my rib cage. What could be causing this?

Burning pain: If a crusting rash is present shortly it is shingles. Otherwise have someone check the nerve on that side and your spine where the nerve originates from.

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Generally unwell with burning sensation in right lower abdomen?

Generally unwell with burning sensation in right lower abdomen?

See: Your doctor. Need full eval. If you feel generally unwell. Full blood work etc needs to be done

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I get a sharp burning sensation under my left rib when I bend over or twist. I can touch at the end of my rib in the upper abdomen & feel what hurts.

I get a sharp burning sensation under my left rib when I bend over or twist. I can touch at the end of my rib in the upper abdomen & feel what hurts.

Costochondritis: You may have "costochondritis" (inflammation of the cartilage at the end of your bibs (which make expansion of your chest possible) Apply heat and OTC Ibuprofen (First Aid not "treatment) which may help! Hope this helps Dr Z

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I have a mild burning sensation in the lower abdomen I have a mild burning sensation in the lower abdomen which linger into the vaginal area. There is no burning on the outside its just a slight feeling on the inside. Not painful just annoying. Have no

The: The first thing you should do is see your doctor for an evaluation and work up. You may have a UTI (urinary tract infection). If no diagnosis is made then you can discontinue the supplements and monitor for improvement. Best of luck.

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What could cause a burning sensation in the lower abdomen that woke me up from my sleep. Went to use the bathroom but didn't help?

What could cause a burning sensation in the lower abdomen that woke me up from my sleep. Went to use the bathroom but didn't help?

More info needed: More information is needed to determine the cause of the burning sensation in the lower abdomen. Possibilities include urinary tract infection, pain associated with ovulation, infection in the reproductive tract, and inflammation in the bowel. Best to see a doctor for examination and appropriate tests.

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I have a mild burning sensation in my lower right abdomen that has come and gone randomly, no pain or tenderness when pressed, what could this be?

Below: Abd pain or discomfort has many causes. Without a full medical history and exam it is impossible to make an accurate DX. I would suggest seeing your DR if this continues or worsens.

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Every once in a while (6-12months) I will have a burning sensation in my lower abdomen (intestinal area) no matter what I eat, what could cause this?

Every once in a while (6-12months) I will have a burning sensation in my lower abdomen (intestinal area) no matter what I eat, what could cause this?

Several things: At your age the common things are gastritis, dietary indiscretion, colitis, eating too fast, gas, are some of the things that may cause your symptoms. I strongly advise you to consult with your family physician to rule out anything else that might be more serious.

Dr. Michael Gabor
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