I might be ovulating. Had bad gas pains. Lower back pain, headaches, neckaches, cramps and nausea. Lower abdomen hurts by ovaries. What can this be?

It could be. time to get examined, tested, diagnosed, evaluated and treated. Please make an appointment with your PCP or go directly to an UC clinic: simply stated, cannot be diagnosed online. You will need blood testing and a pelvic ultrasound as well as a GYN exam.

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Twinges in lower abdomen. Gas pains. Lower back pain. Nauseous. What can this be?

Abdominal Pains. Unfortunately it can be very difficult to diagnose abdominal pains without further information. Any chance of pregnancy? Vaginal discharge/odor? Urinary/bowel changes? Fevers? Read more...

Experiencing low back pain, low abdominal pain, and swollen inguinal lymph nodes. Had an ultra sound done, fluid was found in my pelvis. Fatigued?

Sometimes it is. just premenstrual dysphoric disorder (PDD), formerly known as PMS). And sometimes, it is pregnancy - check a urine preg test and if not pregnant, check again in 1 week if you are not menstruating. Pelvic fluid can be very nonspecific. Sometimes, it can be an ovarian cyst that has ruptured. Or UTI, infection of the urinary tract. Go get yourself checked by family physician. Read more...

Do I have hiv. My lower abdomen hurts and I have lower back pain all the time?

Not by given info. HIV can only be definitively diagnosed by immunospecific testing and serum assays. The symptoms you present could be present in many many different conditions. Do you have risk factors for contracting HIV? Read more...
What? Wow. That is actually a first. I think there actually may be ten thousand other possibilities before HIV on any list of causes of abdominal or back pain. Your symptoms do not in any way represent HIV infection. Read more...