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Std Pain In Lower Abdomen
Either or both: Either side or both may be effected. ...Read more
This is a disease which can be transmitted from one person to another person through sexually related activities. This does not limit these activities to heterosexual intercourse, but encompasses all modalities of human-to-human sexual activity. It does not include illnesses that may make an individual more susceptible to a condition because of a sexual ...Read more
I have lower abdominal pain on the left side this is after I had sex a day ago could it be a std or because of the constant sex that day with my bf?
Lower abdominal pain: This 23yo female, sexually active with complaint of lower abdominal pain. Patient in this case did not mention any vaginal discharge, LMP or if she is on any contraceptive. In view of the symptoms, a doctor visit is needed to check for pregnancy, infection and a pelvic ultrasound as well. Constant sex alone is possible but unlikely as the source of pain. Good luck. ...Read more
Urine dark with odor, sometimes lower abdominal pain. Too antibiotics and its gone away but when hv sex wit my husband it comes right backback. No std?
Possible infection: Urine with odor that improves with antibiotics suggests an infection. Your doctor can order a urine culture to establish a diagnosis. If you are getting repeated urinary tract infections (UTI's) associated with sexual activity, your doctor may suggest taking a dose a antibiotic after sex to suppress infection. ...Read more
Lower abdominal pain for months now...Std & STI testing came back negative. Ct test came back normal too so why the pain still?
Lower abdominal pain lower back pain multiple pregnancy symptoms multiple negative urine test no blood tests milky discharge all STDs cleared a help!
See a family doctor: These symptoms are too vague to even prompt a guess, and you definitely need to be examined. Remember, answers on healthtap aren't intended for individual treatment, prescription or diagnosis. ...Read more
I constantly have a dull pain on the right side of my lower abdomen, but occasionally worsens where in tears. Tested and STD free. What could it be?
Depends: Right lower quadrant pain: Constipation, ovarian cysts, kidney stones, renal colic, inflamed appendix, mesentericadenitis (sounds bad but generally isn't), regional enteritis, endometriosis. Since this sounds to be chronic in nature, keep a symptom diary (when, how long, associated foods, last BM...) and take it to your next doctor's appointment. That information will greatly aid in their diagnosis ...Read more
My girlfriend is a virgin. So am i. I've given her oral sex a lot of times. Recently been urinating alot. Slight discomfort in lower abdomen. Std?
I made a mistake. Had sexual intercourse with an escort. I used a condom. However I am anxious on whethe I got an STD. My lower abdomen hurts. Thanks?
Probably not: If you used a condom it's unlikely. If pain persists see your doctor ...Read more
I've been having lower abdomen pain, stinging, and occasional blood when I urinate and recently 1 big bump appeared on my libia. Could this be an std?
If someone has an STD and they experience a red skin rash in their lower abdomen region and might hv problems with their lymph nodes, what cud they hv?
Hard to say: With the information provided, a guess diagnosis is not really possible. If you think you have been exposed and may have an std, get seen by your doc and be examined. ...Read more
I am experiencing side pain, tender abdomen, lower abdominal pain (side: right), generalized abdominal pain (worsened by: after meal) (severity:. ..
E.R. checks appendix: Lower right abdominal discomfort can be from many things. For pain there, appendicitis is always a concern (pain usually worsens over time, with fever coming on). If one is constipated for several days, stool can back up all the way to the right side, and cause discomfort or pain. Gallstones and kidney stones can also cause pain. The Emergency Room doctor can check now. Somebody else should drive. ...Read more
I am experiencing abdominal pain (generalized) (severity: severe) (quality: throbbing sensation), bloating or abdominal fullness and nausea (severity: mild). The following also describe me: Abdominal discomfort, Tender abdomen, Lower abdominal pain, Su
Doctor can evaluate: Abdominal pain can be from many things. Stomach acid problems cause pain, as does pancreatitis or gallstones. Appendicitis is always a concern (pain is usually right lower abdomen, worsens over time, with fever coming on). If constipated for a while, stool could have backed up and cause pain. Gastrointestinal infections can cause pain, nausea, vomiting, and fever. A doctor's exam may be needed. ...Read more
See a doctor: Could be urinary tract or pelvic infection. ...Read more
I have heavy lower back pain, lower abdominal pain it feels like I have a huge bubble in my lower belly.
You need an exam: By your internist or you need to go to the emergency room if this suddenly gets worse. ...Read more
Hi there. I am 24 weeks pregnant and have lower abdominal pain and discomfort, and pressure in pelvis area, could this be ligament pain?
Pregnant abd pain: Please cal you doctor today could be a urinary infection which needs treatment, or premature labor or an abruption. Call your doctor as soon as possible and be seen in an ER or doctors office today ...Read more
Difficult to answer:
If it itches probably not an infection - if painful and /or recurrent could be a herpes type 2 infection - good article on web md - http://www. Webmd. Com/genital-herpes/pain-management-herpes
would recommend exam by md to be on the safe side. ...Read more
Std tests neg cysto came back neg, been on antibiotics for 2 months still pain in lower abdomen and frequent painful urination pain all in pelvic area?
Painful urination: You may have prostatodynia or chronic pelvic pain syndrome. Antibiotics usually does not solve the problem, because is not actually an infection. The etiology is multifactorial, it can be aggravated by prolonged sitting, riding bikes, alcohol, caffeine, spicy foods. Antiinflammatory drugs, sitz baths and Flomax (tamsulosin) can help relieve the symptoms. Very difficult to treat sometimes. ...Read more
I've had severe pain in the side of my lower abdomen and thick yellowish discharge. All swabs for infections and STDs came back negative. What's up?
Get exammined: The pain and vaginal discharge may not be associated. You should see your gynecologist. Rlq pain may be associated with an ovarian cyst, swollen fallopian tube, adhesions, appendicitis, endometriosis. The vaginal discharge is most likely due to chronic inflammation of the cervix. ...Read more
Why did I bleed during sex? I've got no stds, it also wasn't my period, but there was quite a lot of blood, I've also got lower abdomen pain afterwards.
Blood=tissue damage: Any active non-menstrual bleeding/spotting you have after intercourse would reflect some type of injury to tissues exposed to the mechanical forces involved. You might see a small bleeding site with a close self exam (lighted mirror) or a doc could locate the site. If it is minimal and you keep the areas clean it will likely stop. If you are soaking pads you need to be evaluated. ...Read more
What could cause sudden onset of lower pelvic cramps then pain moved to whole of abdomen, nausea, wind. 2 days. Not pregnant. No STD.?
Spotting two weeks before my period with heavy lower abdomen and back cramps no STDs or infections had a tubal ligation 5yrs ago should I go to e.R
Yes if pain is sever: If pain is severe, yes. Otherwise make an appointment to see your doctor. ...Read more
Sharp pains in lower abdomen, negative STD results and no pid, or any bacterial infections etc. Have been constipated also and the pain is constant?
I've been having a dull aching pain around my lower abdomen, back, and genitals. I'm not sexually active, so it shouldn't be a std. The pain is usually a dull ache/ pressure around the back of my testicles (either one, but mostly on the right). Sometim
Go to doc STAT: Discuss obtaining testicular ultrasound and pelvic CT scan with contrast. My "worst case scenario" is testicular cancer. Men between ages of 17-35 are at greatest risk. Pelvic & back pain could be referred, but you have to look at the lymph nodes & inguinal canal (pathway gonads took as they traveled down the pelvis during embryogenesis). Treatment is very successful with excellent survival rate. ...Read more
What does it mean when I'm STD free but have a milky white discharge accompanied by lower abdomen pain back pain heartburn and headaches could this be a sign of early pregnancy?
Bacterial vaginosis?: We all have bacteria living in our vagina. Sometimes "bad" bacteria grow there, which can cause some discomfort (often not though) with milky, yellow, greenish discharge, sometimes with fishy smell. This happens more with multiple partners, douching, and smoking. Lower abdominal and back pain are more concerning for uterus or colon problems, and heartburn is unlikely related. Please see OB/GYN ...Read more
Lower abdominal pain from about a day. There is a sharp pain at the right side of abdomen only when I lough or cough, Otherwise no pain?
Tendinitis: It appears that musculoskeletal inflammation is causing muscle contraction related pain, especially during those activities, it can also due to irritation of diaphragm due to lung, liver or subdiapjragmatic infection. It is the severity of illness which will narrow down the right diagnosis. ...Read more
I have been have pain on my right lower abdominal area for a while now, I have been tested for STDs and everything came back negative, but the pain is still there, I use to never break out on my face and this past year I have breaking out, I'm 22 years o
Need more info: By whom have you been seen? What specific diagnostic studies have been performed? What was the extent of the physical exam to which you were subjected? The right lower quadrant of the abdomen contains many structures with the potential to produce pain and discomfort. Whether this relates in any way to the "break out" in your face is not clear. Suggest you start with a general internist. ...Read more
I am experiencing lower abdominal pain (side: left). The following also describes me: Tender abdomen. What should I do?
See Gyn: It is not uncommon to experience lower abdominal pain in a 27 year old female. In the rt. Lower quad if an AP flares up, symptoms start peri umbilically and move to rt. Lower quad. On left, pain frequently diverticular in origin but mostly in older patients. In younger patients a ruptured ovarian follicular cyst releases blood which causes pain. If persists see GYN ...Read more
I am experiencing lower abdominal pain (side: right) and tender abdomen. Pain started suddenly. 2 days. What could it be? It won't ease or go away.
Dr. Checks appendix: Lower right abdominal discomfort can be from many things. For pain there, appendicitis is always a concern (pain usually worsens over time, with fever coming on). If one is constipated for several days, stool can back up all the way to the right side, and cause discomfort or pain. Gallstones and kidney stones can also cause pain. One's primary care doctor or an ER doctor can check now. ...Read more
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