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I had a left oophorectomy 3 weeks ago. This week I am having sharp, stabbing LLQ pain, mid back pain and fluid retention in stomach and all extremeti?

See your surgeon. Some pain is to be expected after surgery but you should be feeling better from one day to the next and if symptoms are worsening instead there may be a complication of the surgery. You need to see your surgeon ASAP and have it checked out. Good luck. Read more...
Review with your GYN. These symptoms should be reviewed with the GYN who completed your surgery. This is always a possibility that this could be related to the surgery. If he/she isn't available. you should at least review this with your primary care doctor. Read more...

I'm 6 weeks pregnant with mid back pain and ribs no stomach pain or cramping what could be the reason?

Muscle tension. It sounds like you are having some muscle strain which is common during pregnancy. The pain in your ribs is likely costochondritis. This is inflammation in the muscles between your ribs. This can occur from coughing or just laying on that side while sleeping. If other symptoms arise such as fevers, nausea, vomiting or pain with urination, visit your doctor immediately as it may be an infection. . Read more...

I'm 9weeks pregnant. I am currently having moderate pain in my left lower to mid back. Pain is sometimes sharp, sometimes dull...help?

See a DOC. During pregnancy as uterus grows, it puts pressure on other pelvic organs especially ureter & you may experience some lower back and flank pain which is normal. But you should always rule out complications of early pregnancy (ectopic, molar, miscarriage, abortion), PID, UTI, Cystitis, pyelonephritis or kidney stone. See PCP for urine test & US of uterus & kidney. Read more...

Chest/rib aching on left side. Mid-back pain when bending. Ekg, chest xray, blood work clear. Overly sweaty sometimes (esp. Night). Er thought pleurisy but naproxen doesn't seem to help. Thoughts?

Spinal misalignment. Could be a slip disk or simple a vertebral misalignment compressing a nerve. Consult an orthopedist or osteopathic physician. Some people try reverse gravity (hanging up side down) to align the spine. Read more...
Nerve pain. The rib cage discomfort may be due to pressure on a nerve caused by a spur or disc in the midback spine. A deep breath can also pinch the intercostal nerve which runs between ribs. I recommend an evaluation by an orthopedic surgeon who will order the appropriate images. Read more...