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What Does A Burning Pain Mean
A burning sensation can be descriptive of nerve pain, some variations of migraine, and even central brain problems after a stroke. Have heard this said associated with phantom limb syndrome, reflex sympatheric dystrophy, and trigeminal neuralgia. Other patients might say ...Read more
Radiculopathies: The term radiculopathy refers to a disease process that involves one or more of the spinal nerve roots. Typically there are 3 most common causes: a herniated disc, central spinal stenosis and lateral spinal stenosis. As a result of the initial insult or injury pain travels along the nerve root distribution in the body. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Possible UTI...but..: The depicted scenario suggests bladder infection, but needs to consider possible std-related events if sexually active. So, collect and record the specific feature, degree, and progress of symptoms with their detailed sequence of events, and bring those to see doctor who will usually review and anlyze the submitted information, take history, conduct physicals, and test urine and possibly others.. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have never : Encountered burning veins as an entity, so i can't give you an answer. I realize some people do not recognize what veins are. Superficial burning sensation is usually a irritation symptom of a peripheral nerve, such as encountered in pinched nerve of many causes or systemic autoimmune diseases (scleroderma) in diabetes, vit b1 deficiencies, etc. Etc. If your symptoms bother you of course see a dr. ...Read more
Heartburn vs ulcer: Think of burning stomach pain along a scale w/ulcers at one end and heartburn or simple gastritis at the other. These symptoms can be caused by gastroesophageal reflux disease (gerd) or loosening of lower esophageal sphincter, allowing stomach acid into esophagus. Medications can lower acid level. Losing weight can decrease abdominal pressure. Remaining upright or elevated head of bed can help. ...Read more
Many possibilities.: The most common would be a urinary tract infection. Urethritis or some other pelvic infections can also cause this. Some patients with irritation on the vulva can also report this symptom. The vulvar irritation could be from a yeast infection, herpes, or allergic reactions. A chronic inflammation of the bladder called interstitial cystitis can be the cause of persistent or hard to treat symptoms. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Ovulation?: I'm not sure how you're able to localize it down to exactly your right ovary....but if you mean in that general area of the pelvic or lower abdominal region then, perhaps you are having what's known as a MITTELSCHMERZ which is taken as a sign of ovulation....not some nosy neighbor from I Love Lucy! If that's not possible then, how's your urine doing these days? Speak with your doc. ...Read more
Internal Inflammatio: There are many internal causes of pain that some patients will feel both in the front and back. Certainly your doctor will need to evaluate your bowels and internal female organs. There are too many possible important causes of this pain to address in a short response on the internet. It is absolutely essential that someone ask you more questions and actually examine you. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
?Gallbladder: This could possibly be the signs of gallstones, especially tiny stones that can pass out of the gallbladder and temporarily block the liver, making your urine darker. Back pain often also occurs with gallstones. Other possibilities include kidney disease or infection, bladder problems or infection. You need to your doctor to have all of these things checked out. Good luck! ...Read more
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