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Check it out: Need more info. Probably best to see your doc. ...Read more
Umbilical discomfort: Your umbilicus (belly button) can be sore for numerous reasons, but the most common are: 1. You are washing it either too much, or 2. You are washing to too little. If, however, you are pregnant, then it is common for pressure to build up and push out the umbilicus, which can also cause discomfort. Lastly, my may have an umbilical hernia. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Not sure: I am not sure what your question is exactly. Sore nipples is not uncommon and can be cycle related or related to pregnancy. Nausea could be related to pregnancy, infection, heartburn, etc. Upper back pain could be a muscle strain, lung disease, etc. Please be more specific about what you are asking. ...Read more
Checkup: You should let your dermatologist look at these lesions to make sure there is nothing wrong. ...Read more
Sore inside vagina abdominal pain swelling, vagina feels heavy pressure on abdomen. Sore flanks. Tired. I see something protruding out vagina so sore!
Causes: Inflammation or presence of a hernia(umbilical hernia) are two possible causes of discomfort there. If there are associated redness and discharge infection is likely. A small lump is characteristic of a hernia. See your physician for diagno is and treatment as you shouldn't delay if the hernia is stuck(incarcerated) or if there is active inflammation/infection present. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
28.bloated stomach,lower back and side ache,feeling sick, tender when press down around belly button area.
Yeast or staph: If you have a piercing, this could be a bacterial infection like staph. Even without a piercing, yeast infections also start in that area because it is warm and moist. Clean it carefully with a q tip and some peroxide for a couple of days, and try putting some lotrimin (clotrimazole) anti-yeast cream in the area. If the redness spreads, you get fever or you have increased pain, see your doctor right away. ...Read more
Healing process: There are many inflammatory substances that the body releases in the process of an infection control or a toxic elimination. The effects of this process are felt in differents ways: decreased appetite and intolerance to food that one might have tolerated well before, abdominal distention, tenderness, changes in stooling patterns, less energy, etc. It might take a few weeks to resolve. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Diagnosis: The initial assumption that you have a "stomach flu" (whatever that means), may well be incorrect, but would need more info. A tender (meaning painful to the touch) abdomen is a disturbing symptom and one which should be described to a doctor who can then examine this themselves. Please see a professional soon. ...Read more
Go see your doctor: A simple upper respiratory illness/infection may be cause of cough ; sore throat w/abdominal pain resulting from cough. Or at the other end of the severity spectrum, excessive cough ; emesis could lead to esophageal rupture (http://en.Wikipedia.Org/wiki/boerhaave_syndrome) and thus sore throat ; stomach pain. Luckily, latter is very unlikely. Still, best to go see your doc rather than speculate. ...Read more