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Lwr R abodminal pain near hip bone. No fever. Nausea, vomiting, decreased appetite. Sometimes have flank pain. Worsen while moving and walking. Help?

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...

Pain in under l/s ribs/upper abdomen it comes and goes but it is sharp no sob/nausea/vomiting/fever poss. Cause? Appendectomy 6 yrs ago

Many possibilities. Including disc herniation, pleuritis, pericarditis, GI infection, pulmonary embolism, etc. Some of these conditions are serious, so see a doctor for accurate diagnosis and treatment. Read more...

Nausea & vomiting in 6yr old female started saturday comes and goes may not throwup for an entire day & act just fine next day she will throwup all day no fever until today low grade >100 went to the doctor & urine was checked and zolfran given over a mon

With . With a 6-year-old with vomiting and fever, the child should be seen immediately by her doctor for an evaluation. It could be a virus, a bladder infection, or an intestinal problem. If her doctor can't see her immediately, or if she has continued vomiting, can't eat or drink, still has fever, or any rash then she must go to the er. Read more...

Lost unintentional weight, nausea, vomiting, flank R pain + lwr abdomen pain, decresed appetite, chills, hot flashes, fever comes goes. Whatcan this be? Help?

See Doctor promptly. A person with fever, chills and abdominal pain should seek medical treatment, an examination is required. Many possible urgent causes. Please contact your doctor or go to the Emergency Department. Read more...
See a doctor ASAP. This can be due to many causes, including from an ovarian cyst, appendicitis, kidney infection and so on and so on. You sound as if this is severe enough to warrant your going to a doctor immediately. If your PCP cannot see you today, go to an ER and be seen. Do not wait any longer since you might become critically ill. Good luck and get better soon. Read more...

Sudden sharp lwr r back pain+lwr r abdomen, chills, nausea, vomiting, sometimes fever, can't walk, lost appetite, can't sleep. What can this be? What to do?

Sounds infectious. Your symptoms sound consistent with some type of infection which may involve the urinary tract or may involve other structures in the pelvis. An entity known as pelvic inflammatory disease is also possible. If you are or have been sexually active in the past few days or few weeks then, a full examination of the female organs should be undertaken. Read more...