Find the cause. Abdominal distension is a symptom that can be associated with a lot of different diseases including gallbladder disease, (diabetic) gastroparesis, irritable bowel syndrome, (intestinal) cancer, just to name a few. In order to find the cause, we need to do a full examination often supplemented with blood tests and x-rays. Thankfully, we usually get to the cause pretty quickly.
Distended abdomen. Is your distension acute, &/or associated with fever, nausea, vomiting, bleeding? If so, please get medical attention now. If, on the other hand, associated with painful constipation then consider possible c-ibs. Medical evaluation under the rome 3 criteria can exclude obstruction, ileus, ischemic disease, tumors, dysmotilities of the gut, rectal dysfunction. Urgency of care depends on the cause.
Short time. Sometimes abdominal distension is transient and associated with flu or constipation or just something we ate. It should be short-lived and not associated with pain, nausea, or vomiting. If so, then see a doctor.
5months menses twice amonth, I made a ultrasaund, uterus, ovaries were normal. Papsmear didn't do. I have abdominal distension&gases. Doctor gave yasmin0, 03?
Regulation of bleed. With abnormal uterine bleeding like you have had, I'm glad you had an ulltrasound but I would still recommend going back for the pap smear as well to rule out cervical problems causing the bleeding. The Yasmin (drospirenone and ethinyl estradiol) will hopefully regulate your hormones and periods better if the hormones are the cause of your twice monthly periods in the next 3 months or so. Need to rule out cervix as the cause though.
Multiple "periods" At 35-45 years of age, a woman has much more estrogen in each cycle. When estrogen drops suddenly just prior to ovulation and also at the onset of a period, bleeding occurs. Younger ages do not have enough drop in estrogen to cause bleeding at ovulation. Low dose bcp will regulate your cycle, but take them at the same time each evening, not in the AM.
Yes. Abdominal distension is a symptom that can be associated with many different diseases including gallbladder disease, (diabetic) gastroparesis, irritable bowel syndrome, (intestinal) cancer, bowel obstructions, just to name a few. In order to find the cause, we need to do a full examination often supplemented with blood tests and x-rays. Although rare, some of these problems can be life-threatening.
Yes but not from. From the distension itself, but from what may be causing the distension.
Maybe. Abdominal distension is a symptom that can have many different underlying causes. It may be as simple as gas bloat but could be as serious as a tumor. You should start by seeing your pcp or general medical practitioner so they can start the appropriate workup.
Abdominal distension. A distended abdomen is only normal during pregnancy or after an enormous meal. If persistent or recurrent, you are best served by a medical evaluation to localize what's swollen, and what can be done to fix it. This question was recently asked on healthtap, so I refer you to that answer which details the differential diagnosis of abdominal swelling, and what questions to expect from your doctor.
Maybe your diet. I would keep a food diary. Do you have it every night? What did you have for dinner the nights you do have it? Food diary may answer these questions and solve your misery.
Minimal. Once the volvulus is relieved the distension will resolve. If mechanical relief of volvulus is used then relief should be fairly rapid. If surgery is used it may be a few days for the ileus to resolve.
Could be several. Things. You need a physical examination by a health care professional to rule out any conditions such as bowel obstruction which require urgent attention. I can't explain all of it here but the bottom line is that causes could be acute and chronic such as infection, tumor, bowel obstruction which could be functional and mechanical, and ascites in addition to a lot others. Please see you fam doc.
Not necessariiy. Abdominal distension is non specific. It can be associated with gastroenteritis, flu, constipation, or a bowel obstruction. It can even be related to what one has recently eaten. It must be taken in conjunction with other symptoms.
It depends. .. Abdominal distension is a non-specific finding. .. It can represent the entire gamut of medical conditions, from mild constipation to life-threatening intestinal ischemia. It's significance needs to be taken in context with a large number of other factors.