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5'4 112 pds, small pelvis. Will ligament pains b/c of growing belly hurt more as baby gets big b/c of my size? Is back pain guaranteed? How do I deal?
Where is gallbladder pain located generally, in location to ones right nipple (male)? In inches (ie 1 inch down and 1 inch in?).
Most commonly…: The pain will be most commonly straight down from the nipple just below the right rib cage. However, the pain can range from the mid abdomen all the way up to the right shoulder and even to the back. The pain is not always typical. Good luck. ...Read more
No: The circumference of the chest varies with age, fat deposits and lung expansion. Therefore the distance around the chest can vary in the same person over time. ...Read more
Rich foods and alcohol seem to be causing cramp pain in specific areas around belly button. Two spots. 1 inch above belly button and 1 inch right. ?
Discomfort both sides of back, below ribcage. US abdomen=small renal cysts.LDH=270, US kidneys+everything=normal, apart from cysts. Remove the cysts?
Cysts usually no sym: Generally speaking cysts cause no pain unless there is bleeding into the cyst or very large and cysts generally need no treatment ...Read more
Edema ~ 3 mo affects all areas of body. pain in legs/feet prevent sleep. upper abdomen distended & tenderPCP unconcerned says drink more water?
Depends...: Not knowing your Medical Hx, Medications........Anemia, k idney, liver failure, CHF, Hypothyriodism can be responsible. So also medication side effect. Normal daily need of fluid is around 1200cc per day. If you are retaining fluid...you should limit fluid. A diuretic like Lasix (furosemide) will help. It all depends on your overall health condition. ...Read more
Cause for 2 soft, immovable, painless lumps in abdomen; RUQ (3") and LUQ (4"), medial and directly inferior to the rib cage?
Lump under rib cage, had ct of abdomen, not hernia. Hurts to bend, stretch, laugh, and eat big meals, please help!
Costochondritis?: you could have a problem with the joint between ribs and 'floating ribs'. Sometimes physical manipulation can help with this. Extra fat can worsen. ...Read more
1.8 cm slip of L5-S1 Pain below bellybutton but across the entire lower abdomen. Constant sensation at the tip of penis CT/MRIs/blood normal. Help! ?
Is the position. of 1 st teeth in upper left portion instead.of.lower portion cause of concern in 7+ M BABY?
Genetics: Eruption of primary teeth and secondary teeth is genetically determined, and there really is not much one can do about teeth in a seven month old other than keep them clean with a soft cloth and do not let the child go to sleep with a bottle containing anything other than water. As the child grows and starts to see his/her dentist, the evaluation will begin. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
"the liver measures 15 cm. The gallbladder is normal. - impression: negative right upper quadrant ultrasound." good?
Yes, good: I suspect there is more to the report, since the radiologist often comments on the sonographic appearance of the liver and the size of the bile ducts, but the bottom line is the impression: Negative RUQ ultrasound. This means there was no disease identified during this exam. Follow up with the requesting physician for more advice. Thanks for trusting HealthTap! ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Please plz helpultrasound shows 1.6cm tumor & other smaller spots in the liver, a large mass in the stomach?
Possible stomach Ca: Symptoms must be present to have ultrasound of stomach and liver. At this point PET/CAT essential to show the nature of stomach and liver lesions and possible mets elsewhere. If gastroscopy shows stomach cancer, at 49 gastrectomy needed. Bx of liver will show if lesions are malignant. Post surgery, chemoembolization or Yt microspheres given to liver followed by specific chemotherapy.needed. ...Read more
Baby is breech baby at 32 1/2 weeks. A lot of discomfort on rt ribs where baby's head is & left hip/pelvic area. Anything i can do to ease discomfort?
Can try positions: There are some positions which are thought to increase the chance of your baby turning to head down which might help. You can try getting on your elbows and knees with your head resting on a pillow this can aid the fetus in getting enough room to turn. You can try this for 15-20 minutes at a time, several times a day. It might or might not help but is unlikely to hurt anything! ...Read more
Dull but persistent pain (6/10) in mid-back, 2" to the L of spine, below bra strap. Radiates horizontally. Worst when lifting/maintaining one position?
Back Muscle strain: Hello Due to the relative moderate level of pain, it would likely be a back muscle strain. I would say the best remedy is rest from any strenuous lifting, but you should stretch to maintain your range of motion. You could try Tylenol (acetaminophen) for moderate pain relief or a small does of naproxen (Aleve) 200 mg by mouth every 6 hours for a couple of days to relieve the pain. If this gets worse see your doc. ...Read more
1.8 cm slip of L5-S1 Pain below bellybutton but across the entire lower abdomen. Constant sensation at the tip of penis CT/MRIs/blood all normal. ?
?: If you truly have a 1.8 cm slip of the L5 vertebrae on the S1 vertebrae, this is a pretty severe finding and by definition your CT scan and MRI could not have been normal. It could potentially be related to nerve impingement in the spine or some problem in the area locally. Seeing a primary care doctor might be a good start; a spine specialist and urologist could add input as well. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Hard, abnormal mass, located just below the sternum between the xiphoid process and false ribs on right side (left supine). Slightly pressure sensitive, and is only visibly evident when arching back or flexing abdominal muscles. Worthy of Dr visit?
L fat Bochdalek, flouro=L diaphragm delay, snap up on expiration. Lflank, abd pain. Hurts to breathe beneath ribs, pulling in back, gastro pain.
Not decipherable: But with these symptoms involving breathing you should be seen by whomever ordered the studies. Good luck. ...Read more