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Swelling Abdominal Veins
I get random pain, swelling in my testicles, also in my lower abdomen closer to the pubic line. noticed veins becomeing more visible in my lower abdomen in the past couple weeks more and prominent.
Go to urgent care...: Although what you described is not enough to deduce a definitive Dx, you need an urgent attention so a comprehensive Hx detailing the onset, degree, quality, quantity, and progress over time could be collected & analyzed, you can be examined, and tests as needed can be done; then a reasonable diagnosis can be reached. So, go to see Doc now; don't wait. Online inquiry is not enough to solve ... ...Read more
Swelling is the enlargement of organs, skin, or other body parts. It is caused by a buildup of fluid in the tissues. The extra fluid can lead to a rapid increase in weight over a short period of time (days to weeks). Swelling can occur all over the body (generalized) or only in one part ...Read more
I feel pain, tenderness& swelling in my right testis vein after peeing. The symptoms remains for half an hour & then everything become normal. ?
Swelling below ears/cheeks, bottom neck and sternum, no pain, breathing ok, mild abdominal discomfort. No Strep, no Mumps. What could it be?
See doctor: your swelling described may be due to allergy or any other reason -like congestion of vein . or infection . consult your doctor and get treated . ...Read more
Rare: In general this is really a common associated symptom, as aortic aneurysm often don't have any symptoms. If they do, the symptoms tend to be abdominal and/or back pain or nerve pain radiating into the legs. In rare cases when the aneurysm extends to the iliac artery, this can compress on of the major "leg vein"(external iliac vein" which can lead to unilateral leg swelling. ...Read more
What is the difference between unilateral superficial vein swelling and collateral superficial vein swelling?
Difference?: Unilateral vein swelling would be dilated veins in one area compared no non dilated veins in the opposite area (i.e. R leg and L leg). Collateral veins usually form around a blockage such as a DVT. In actuality, there may not be any difference between the two. ...Read more
First step is: To get evaluated by your physician to see of this is benign or something more serious. ...Read more
Vein: There are a number of conditions that could result in neck vein swelling. What you need to do is see your primary doctor who will take your medical history, examine you, and order labs. Once the blood is drawn he/she may prescribe medication while waiting for the results. ...Read more
My husband has veins that swell up in his thighs. What should he do or take to help with the swelling?
Don't Worry: They won't hurt anything. If they are painless, ignore them. ...Read more
If a person has varicoceles then , there is a swelling in effected veins. I just want to know that does the swelling is there every time or sometimes?
Varicocele: Varicocele swelling is generally worse after long periods on ones feet or lifting and exertion. Elevating the feet usually improves swelling and discomfort. ...Read more
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