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Breast tenderness, lower back pain and abdominal cramping are signs of what condition?

Breast tenderness, lower back pain and abdominal cramping are signs of what condition?

See your doctor: Symptoms like these are best deterimed by a thorough evaluation by your physician. Based on his/her findings, a treatment plan can be developed to help you. ...Read more

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Tender left lower back when pressed for 4-5 weeks. Not mechanical. Pelvic ultrasound clear? Any ideas

Tender left lower back when pressed for 4-5 weeks. Not mechanical. Pelvic ultrasound clear? Any ideas

Kidney?: I am assuming that by 'not mechanical' you mean that a musculoskeletal problem has been ruled out . So, tenderness in left flank down to the low back is kidney / ureter, until otherwise proven. I would recommend you discuss a renal ultrasound with UA/CS to r/o infection, stones or blood. ...Read more

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I ovulated on july9..I received sperm on the 8th..both breast are tender. My lower back hurts until I lay down. Im now always hungry.could I be preggo?

Conception: It's possible that you conceived on the 9th or 10th as the egg usually lasts about one day. If your period is delayed, obtain a pregnancy test. Consult your gynecologist for more advice. ...Read more

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Tender breasts lower back pain headaches chills sleeping a lot and no period and its day 40 what does that mean no period its day 40

Tender breasts lower back pain headaches chills sleeping a lot and no period and its day 40 what does that mean no period its day 40

Any thing: Depending on your age- can be menopause, nutritional deficiency ( if you are dieting too much), kidney infection/ stone/ associated with hormonal issues, back problem, detailed exam and lab will reveal. See pmd. ...Read more

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Tender lump on lower back. Cancerous?

Tender lump on lower back. Cancerous?

Hard to say: It is hard to say if the lump is cancerous without seeing it. A couple of key things to watch: has it changed in size or color, has the pain characteristics changed, is there bleeding or ulceration, are there signs of infection, is there redness or drainage? If the answer to any of these is yes, you should have it checked out by your family doctor. ...Read more