I am suffering from low back pain and pain between stomach and chest. I am 32 week pregnant. What shall I do?
Deliver. Aches and pains are generally present with pregnancy, especially as the baby gets bigger towards the end. As the baby will experience any drug the mom takes I recommend minimal drug therapy and only as guided by your ob. It will get better.
? Pregnancy related. Please discuss with your obstetrician. Both symptoms likely due the greatly enlarged uterus containing your baby.
Feeling full after eating very little, low appetite, nausea & short of breath while eating, abdominal/lower back pain, heaviness of chest?
Heavy chest. I am not sure what question you are asking. Recommend we do 2nd opinion to better see what is going on.
Tested 3 times for pregnancy all bfn. 12 days late. Noticed dark veins all over chest today. Major lower back pain. Could I still be pregnant?
Tests are accurate. Pregnancy tests are very accurate and not affected by foods, herbs, common illnesses, sexually transmitted diseases, vaginal spotting or medications. A urine test gives a reliable result 3 weeks after sex (3 weeks after when conception might have happened) or 1 week after missing a period. If done sooner, a negative result may be due to testing too early such as less than 2 weeks after conception.
Recommend. Further evaluation with your physician.
Having horrible lower back pain, and my chest hurts when I breath in deep, cough right after. Stomach bloated, help?
Multiple symptoms. It is very likely that these symptoms are a domino effect. Coughing probably due to some infection, leads to chest pain, may even cause a lumbar herniated disc causing back pain. You need a medical evaluation as soon as possible to treat possible lung infection. If you smoke - stop. Bloated stomach may be entirely different.
Palpitation in stomach, chest and neck, constipated, spotting, discomfort in abdomen, increased in pulse rate, lower back pain, always feel sick, pt was nega.?
Certainly a lot. Going on. Too much to adequately sort out here. Please see your physician for a thorough evaluation.