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Upper Left Abdomen Itchy Skin Symptoms
Can mono cause high liver enzymes, itchy skin (no rash), gallbaldder thickening, pain in lower abdomen and upper lower back and anxiety?
This sysptoms started 2 months postpartum.
Partly: See your doctor for work up to get the exact answer. ...Read more
Yellow bruising mostly on arms. Yellow watery diareha. Seeing the color yellow. Some abdomen discomfort.Itchy skin?
Easy bruising yellow skin vomiting, burping, tender abdomen, abdominal pain upper and lower nausea dizziness hiccups and itchy skin. not feeling good
I have dry, red, itchy skin & am concerned about lupus, thanks to an unfortunate Google search. Can iron deficiency/anemia cause skin problems & itch?
You may be onto: something as the most common cause of itching can be iron deficiency anemia. However, without more info, this is only speculative. We need your medical, family, social, sexual, surgical, meds/supplement histories to put all the pieces together. Do see your doctor and discuss this. A simple lab test can help! ...Read more
Have dull upper right abdominal pain which i feel every half an hour or so. and Itchy skin. Thanks so much?
I had abdominal pain, slight feeling that my whole body is trembling and frequent itchy skin immediately after eating what should I do???
My stool has been orange about 4 weeks. I don't have abdominal pain. no fatigue, just itchy skin sometimes. and I don't have jaundice, what is wrong?
Acholic stools: are frequently associated with gall bladder disease? your young, & don't seem to have any other symptoms listed- Do you eat a lot of carrots?- yours are not clay colored?? ...Read more
If I have upper right abdominal pain and itchy skin, and my doctor ordered a liver fiction test panel as well as an ultrasound; will these show an autoimmune hepatitis?
They will: provide evidence for or against the diagnosis, either helping to confirm it or ruling it out. ...Read more
Allergy?: Could be an allergy to something you applied to those areas of skin, or to something you ate or inhaled, or to a medication, or to a new detergent or fabric softener. Many times the cause is difficult to find. Try a long-acting antihistamine like allegra; if that doesn't work, let your doctor or a dermatologist examine you. ...Read more