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Pain in right side with slight nausea, but no fever or sickness. Pulled muscle? Or perhaps back pain causing this?

Back pain. One of the most common complaints seen by doctors and has multiple possible causes. Getting to the root of an individual patient's problem requires full medical history, physical exam and sometimes labs and imaging studies. Read more...

Sneezing, tired, lots of yellow mucous, chest pains, upper back pain, hoarsey voice, try deep coughing, but no fever.

Virus. Sounds like an upper respiratory infection, which may be viral or bacterial. If persisting beyond a week without improvement, go see your doctor for an exam. If chest pain is intense or short of breath at all, go see an MD now, not in a week. Read more...

I have mild pain in upper stomach. Moderate Mid back pain. Chills with no fever. Very flatulant. Been diagnosed with gallstones and sludge. However GI?

More info? The first thing one thinks of is gallbladder but... When do you get pain? What type? How long does it last? Anything make it better? Anything make it worse? Does food affect the pain? Have you had any surgery ? How long has it been there? Have you tried any medications? Did they work? Pancreatic ca (thankfully) is very rare. And if it were causing symptoms i would expect 2 see a mass on ct. Read more...

Acute lower stomach (above groin) and back pain yesterday night for about 2 hrs. Then some chills and mild fever. No fever now. Stomach still tender?

Kidney stone, infect. Would be concerned about possible kidney stone or kidney infection. Also ruptured ovarian cyst would be on the short list of things to be concerned about. Bowel problem is also on the list. Best to see your doctor for evaluation. Hope this was helpful. Please see doctor soon if no better or worse over next 1-2 days. Esp if fevers, pain worse, develop nausea, vomiting, diarrhea pain when pee. Read more...

I have lower back pain on the right side of my body, slightly below my ribs. It started 3 hours ago. No fever. No headache. Pain is sever?

Back pain below the. The type of back pain you describe if it is associated with blood in urine and difficulty passing urine could be due to a stone in kidney or ureter.If there are no urinary symptoms and pain in back radiates to rt upper abdomen then it can be due to gall bladder problem with or without gall bladder stones.In ay case you need to see your md or go to er and get evaluated and cat scan and blood/urine. Read more...
Possible kidney ston. Others include gallbladder stone disease. The kidney stone pain may radiate downward towards the groin and may show blood in urine (dark urine). Gallbladder pain may radiate upward towards shoulder blades. Since you mentioned "severe", you probably need to visit the emergency department for x ray or ultrasound, urinalysis, and pain control. Read more...