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Warning Signs For Going To Hospital Back Pain
7 weeks post miscarriage, VERY heavy clotty period, extreme abdo lower back pain, tummy ache, nausea. No signs of infection at hospital. Bad period?
Miscarriage : the first cycle after a miscarriage sometimes is a late, heavier cycle. You may have an increase in clots and cramping. This is very common after miscarriage or D&C. ...Read more
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Im having right lower back pain and some pain in my front lower right side and im trying to find out how bad should it be for me to go to hospital ?
Possibly: UTIs can progress to a kidney infection, however this is usually associated with fevers, chills, and overall feeling sick. Also kidney stones can cause back pain and commonly misdiagnosed as a UTI depending on the location. I recommend returning to primary doctor and consider obtains imaging if warranted. ...Read more
I have an upper back pain and i can't sleep at night cuz of it, is this bad , would i need to go to the hospital for it because I've been having this fo?
No: At age 18 it is doubtful that you have something deadly. I would simply make an appointment to see your doctor and get it checked out. I would not spend the time or the money to go to the hospital. There are several possibilities, but in your age group, it is usually something with your muscles. ...Read more
If i'm having extremely horrible back pain lower back pain and hurt everytime i move even worse does this make should I go to the hospital?
I don't know if I should wait until monday to make a dr appt or go to a hospital. I have pretty cloudy urine, some back pain hu na
If : If you have not seen a doctor and are still having the symptoms as listed above you should see your doctor right away. You may be dealing with a urinary tract infection (UTI) or even a kidney infection (pyelonephritis) or even kidney stones (nephrolithiasis). For the future or for anyone reading this post, if you have fever, chills, severe back or abdominal pain and cloudy urine, you can present to your local urgent care for an evaluation. If the urgent care feels it is more of an emergent issue then they will recommend that you proceed to an er. I hope you sought care and are getting better. ...Read more
I have a lot of lower back pain..Should i go to the hospital?..And just go to a urgent care facility?
36weeks with dull back pain and pain in the abdomen lost my mucus plug last night when should I go to the hospital ?
With regular copntra: First baby? Previous c/section? Generally speaking, when you start having contractions every 5-10 minutes lasting 30 -45 seconds. ...Read more
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