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Treatment By Emt For Severe Abdominal Pain Diarrhea
See a doctor: I recommend seeing a doctor as soon as possible. ...Read more
Loose stools is a symptom in which a person's stool (poop) does not hold its shape after it goes into the toilet. Instead of remaining a shaped piece of poop, the poop spreads out in the toilet bowl water. Very loose stool is called diarrhea. Loose stool can be caused by infections, certain foods or drinks, ...Read more
Usually an infection: But it could be inflammatory bowel disease such as ulcerative colitis. If you have no blood in stool, it will probably resolve without specific treatment. If you have right lower quadrant abdominal pain, it could be appendicitis. Assuming that you have neither, you will probably be ok. If it goes beyond 3 days, see a doctor. ...Read more
What would cause a person to first experience cramping, followed by diarrhea, vomiting, and severe abdominal cramps?
Many: Any number of conditions could cause these symptoms including viral gastroenteritis with norovirus, rotovirus etc., intestinal infection with e.Coli, salmonella, shigella, campylobacter, amoebiasis etc., c.Difficile colitis, inflammatory bowel disease, ischemic colitis and others. ...Read more
Seeking medical attn for vomiting is determined by what? 48hrs, no significant abdominal pain, just severe nausea & vomiting with solids/some liquids
Vomiting: If you are not able to hold down liquids and feel that you are becoming dehydrated go to an ER immediately. If your mouth is dry, skin tents when you pinch it, pulse is very rapid, feel weak or dizzy when you stand up, have dry mouth, not urinating or volume very low and concentrated, feel thirst, are sleepy these are signs to pay attention to. Wish you better soon. ...Read more
Maybe?: If you have an acute appendicitis when you jump up and down it makes the pain much worse 90% of the time. Also have low grade fever, decreased appetite. An inflamed appendix almost never bursts in the first 24 hrs but that is no reason to tarry now. Go and get thee to a good hospital pronto!! ...Read more
What are some reasons for severe abdominal pain on right side accompanied by vomitting after the pain becomes intense?
See below: There are a variety of causes, depending on how long you have had it. Gallbladder condition can have repeated episodes over months. Gastritis can cause frequent more mild irritation. Appendicitis can be severe pain that quickly gets worse over 24 to 48 hours. Hernias can rarely cause some pains. Need to see a doctor for an examination. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Hi abdo pain for 3 weeks developed tachycardia 48 hours ago, diarrhea and pain in abdo when going help here?
Need evaluation: There are several possible causes for painful diarrhea, but most importantly, your description is unlikely to be self-limiting. You need an urgent evaluation to rule out emergent scenarios (infection, inflammatory bowel disease) and ensure electrolyte balance. See your physician for an urgent visit or proceed to the ER. ...Read more
Can an acute abdominal strain cause nausea, constipation, dizziness, diffuse lower right quadrant abdominal pain and referral to testes or back?
Need more info: What is an acute abdominal strain? This is not a medical term. The symptoms you have described sound severe and there are several serious illnesses that can produce these, including kidney stones, appendicitis, and half a dozen or more other illnesses. Go and see a doctor asap and hope you are better soon. ...Read more
No: No. Percocet should not cause diarrhea. If anything, narcotics should cause constipation rather than diarrhea and the Percocet should make your pain should be better. You may have a GI problem. Contact your Ob for help if the C- section was within the last 6 weeks. Best wishes for you and your baby. ...Read more
Pasty dirrhea vomiting and abdominal pain with a resent hospitalization for ednoscopy and colonoscopy should I seek medical attention?
Yes: Vomiting and diarrhea may be due to partial bowel obstruction from a variety of causes none of which should be ignored. An upper GI with water-soluble contrast should be done soon. It will tell you if there is something to worry about. Have you been losing weight? All the more reason to see a doc. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can my Pseudotumour cerebri cause severe headache and severe neck ache for a week, unresponsive to pain medication, no other SX. ?
Taking magnesium citrate for post-op functional constipation, which causes severe rectal, pelvic &lower abd pain w/non-stopping watery diarrhea lasting for several hours. How to slow down an episode?
Depends: First you need to be sure the functional problems you are having are not related to complications related to the previous surgery (lar) you mentioned in your previous posts ie anastomotic problem or infectious problem. If not agree with above answers stop the mgcitrate let your body reequilibrate to your new anatomy naturally with time and high fiber diet. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
18 year gastroenterology patient. Also Cyclic Vomiting Syndrome. Appt Fri. pain constipation, bad heartburn, nausea. What will relieve until?
18 yr old female with recent gallbladder surgery. Slight fever, persistent vomiting and generalized abdominal pain. No diarrhea. How to proceed?
Severe abdominal pain is extreme pain felt in the region of the belly (abdomen). It is usually an emergency, and may be caused by a loss of blood supply to an organ, stretching or blockage of an organ in cases such as gallstones, or swelling and infection in ...Read more
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