What can cause upper abdominal pain+ r lowr abdominal pain, nausea, vomiting, decreased appetite, no fever, trouble sleeping, intense pain, trouble walking?

Lots of things. Anything from a GI flu to trouble with anxiety. Nobody will be able to make the diagnosis on you accurately unless you get in to see a doctor and are examined. You may need bloodwork as well.

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What to do when I've been having mild to severe lwr R abdominal + flank pain for weeks, nausea, vomiting, no fever, decreased appetite, trouble walking?

See a doctor. Have you seen a physician yet? Maybe so since I see you're on oxycodone and naproxen. What has the workup thusfar revealed? I'm imagining you've had either an Ultrasound of the abdomen or pelvis, blood and urine tests? Anything positive? Any trauma? Pregnancy status checked? Read more...
See a doctor. Sounds like you have waited a long time. See a doctor, get an exam and appropriate testing. Many things can cause pain and I cannot tell here without detailed medical information. Read more...

I suddenly got chills, and everything around me felt cold. Lwr r abdomen pain, nausea, vomiting. Decreased appetite, weakness, trouble walking. Help?

Right lower abd pain. Abdominal pain of the right lower abdomen in a 17 year old woman like you can have different causes, all of which should be evaluated in a doctor's office. With loss of appetite and fever, appendicitis is a strong possibility. Other possibilities include an infection in the tubes and ovary, a ruptured cyst or twist of the ovary. Please be seen today by your doctor or in an er. Read more...

What can cause upper abdominal pain with nausea, trouble sleeping and walking, vomiting, decreased appetite, and lower right abdominal pain?

Dysautonomia. This is a relatively common condition and by far the commonest cause is poor diet. The lower part of the brain controls the organs of the body in performing their functions. Lousy diet affects these control mechanisms, particularly all the sweet stuff. Read more...

Frequent urination, chills, abdominal pain, side pain, trouble sleeping. Nausea and vomiting. Feeling feverish. Decreased appetite. What is this?

Get eval. make sure you don't have kidney or urinary tract infection. This warrants prompt medical eval. Read more...
Reason to see a Dr. Especially if this lasts more than a day or two - you need to be examined and treated. At least, during this time be very careful to drink lots of water - nutrient water may be a good part of that since you're not eating. Diagnosis w/out examination is fairly risky and can't provide treatment anyway - so, go to your PCP or a clinic ASAP. The pain meds you take can cause GI problems - ask about it. Read more...

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Symptoms. have you already had your appendix removed?Is it recent? Is the pain intermittent and sometimes sharp? When you press the area and remove your had quickly is the pain worse? if you do the same on the opposite side as well? If you answered yes to all except the 1st question then you may have appendicitis. Visit your nearest Emergency room. they may check your ovaries as well to check for cysts. Read more...