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What was the stool color during diarrhea and now (normal brown or pale yellow, grey...)? Upper rigt abdominal pain speaks for gallbladder or bile duct disease. If it is gallbladder, pain would be worse after a fatty meal. If it is biliary tree, pain could be more constant. "Biliary dyskinesia" and "sphincter of Oddi dysfunction" can't be detected ba ultrasound or CT. I believe, your first investigation should be HIDA scan, which shows function of gallbladder and bile ducts.
my son has had several occasions where he is vomiting with abdominal pain. in the past 6 months this has happened 3 times. i was thinking stomach virus, but he doesnt have diarrhea. should i have him seen by a specialist?
For the past three weeks I have had severe right upper quadrant abdominal pain. The pain is under my right rib cage and is constant but gets worse at times and is sharp. I have also been vomiting and have had some diarrhea. I have not been able to keep down any food (including popsicles) or water. I have had to get IV fluids multiple times since this started. I have never had anything like this happen before. The pain also feels like it sometimes radiates to my shoulder and back.
For the past three weeks I have been in an out of urgent care and my regular doctor's office. I have been having severe right upper quadrant abdominal pain. The pain is always there but has been bearable but sometimes it gets so bad I'm doubled over in pain. I have also not been able to eat or drink anything, including water, so I have to keep going in to get IV fluids. The pain does not change when I eat. I have also had some diarrhea and high fevers on and off.
The following maybe of help to you ladies. Small-bowel obstruction Abdominal pain. Most small-bowel obstructions cause waves of cramping abdominal pain. The pain occurs around the belly button (periumbilical area ). If an obstruction goes on for a while, the pain may decrease because the bowel stops contracting. Continuous severe pain in one area can mean that the blockage has cut off the bowel's blood supply. This is called a bowel strangulation and requires emergency treatment. Vomiting.
Hey guys, last night I had diarrhea for no reason, now im scared that i have a parasite, or intestional disease or colon cancer or something bad like that. I had abdominal pain before i went, and then after then it went away. My mom thinks its from somehting I ate. Last week i had a whole can of cashews one day, then like 12 pieces of cucumber with the skin on another day. My stool was kinda greenish. Well I woke up in a panic attack this morning and then got the pains and gas right after.
(75mm) below were she was rubbing. I used to get bloating and abdominal pain a lot before and during TX. I had been for tests many times and always came back negative. Mine were always on my right side tough, near the liver. My liver doctor said that the liver doesn't transmit pain, it does not have sensory nerves. She should have tried my liver on and see if she changed her mind. I'm OK now and my wife's pain is not bad enough to have her complaining continuously.
Since then I've had nausea on and off. And abdominal pain is on and off. The abdominal pain goes between right under my belly button and up under my ribs. I've had no more diarrhea but I had green stools still up until a few days ago. I do have pretty severe pain under my belly button when I have a bowel movement. It's not hard to have one, it just hurts in my abdomen, A LOT! I went to the doctor and the ultrasound came back clear. No gallstones or anything.
For the past week ive had diarrhea and vomiting, at first i thought it was just a stomach bug as there is going round here atm but everyones passed within 2days and they only had the sickness, im keeping up the fluids as much as i can but food im avoiding atm as just cant stomach it, my stools are like yellow water with what looks like mucus in it, also have abdominal pain/cramps, headache, weak legs, just the general rundown dont know what to do with myself feeling, i do have coeliac disease an
The most prevalent form is mucosal and submucosal layer involvement. Patients present with colicky abdominal pain, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, and weight loss. Approximately 50% of patients have a history of atopy (hayfever, asthma, food allergy). In children, a history of allergy is even more common. The condition may be associated with protein-losing enteropathy, iron-deficiency anemia, or malabsorption.
My boyfriend has had this right lower quadrent abdominal pain on and off for the past 3 weeks. It seems to happen more when he is in the sitting position. He rates it from a severe ache to stabbing pain. He doesn't relate it to eating or excercise. Unfortunately he doesn't have health insurace at the moment. Any ideas of what it could be???
CT and blood work came back normal. Every stool is green! I do not have diarrhea or vomiting. I have lost 10 pounds that I cannot afford. I had my stool tested for parasites (to my insistence) and came back negative. I have not received my test for bacteria. The Dr. told me I have spastic colon. NOT!!! I feel horrible and do not know what to do anymore. I feel like the mid ride side of my abdomen has a dull ache (I have had this for months) and my lower right ribs hurt to touch.
Hey, I am a 19 year old male in perfect physical condition, but suffer from chronic abdominal pain. I developed the pain at age 17 and have gone though dozens of doctors and dozens of diagnosis and five surgeries. Nothing has helped. I suffer from pain in my upper right quadrant of my abdomen, and when I eat most foods, I either throw up, or suffer from diarrhea, I have lost too much weight, 75 pounds in a few months, and am tired of not being able to eat.
He also used to have abdominal pain after eating for over a year, and he said the pain is the same as that pain, however, it's constant now, and in the past, it would come and then go away. He said it moves around his abdomen, to the center, left, and right, but predominates on the right side. All of the 'traditional' GI issues have been ruled out with the CT scan (appendicitis, pancreatitis, gallstones, obstructions, etc even kidney infections and stones as UA was clear).
Stomach Flu - Abdominal Pain, Nausea, Vomiting, Diarrhea
Stomach Flu - Abdominal Pain, Nausea, Vomiting, Diarrhea
I am a 22 yr. old female. I have chronic upper & lower quadrant abdominal pain. I had a pelvic sonogram that came back fine. My blood tests came back normal. I had severe pain after eating a salad w/ vinegrette dressing. I went to the ER. The doctor said I had acid reflux. He put me on Protonix & a bland diet. It did not help. He referred me to GI doctor to make sure I did not have an ulcer.
What causes attacks of SULPHUR BURPS followed by vomiting and diarrhea lasting for hours? I have had this problem for years, but lately it has become chronic. I'm on a low residual diet (no raw fruits or veggies-only cooked or canned). It helps a little. I have to sleep propped up in almost a sitting position which is miserable. My G.I. doc doesn't know what is causing it. He ran an endoscopy, an enteroscopy, and an ultrasound and found nothing. Now he is going to do a colonoscopy.
My boyfriend went to the hospital with severe lower abdominal pain, they did blood test, urine test, and xray and found nothing. He has had painful diarreah for the past week and a half and twisting like pain than comes in waves and sometimes comes from the upper abdomen. After every meal he has abdominal pain and diarreah and has been been feeling weak and tired.
Mine starts off usually early morning hours as egg burps, which induce vomiting every 5-10minutes with severe stomach pain then the diarrhea starts and lasts for hours after the vomiting subsides (usually between4-10hrs after first burp). My stomach will cramp up and burn during the beginning, then I know I'm on the down hill of it when I go longer and longer between vomiting and the pains subside.
i've never been pregnant or had unprotected sex. For the past year i have been experiencing unspecific abdominal pain. Its sometimes sharp and sometimes dull. It can cause me to pass a motion and then often leads to diarrhea. When it is sharp it leads to wretching and then vomiting. It often happens in the mornings and evenings, or walking up stairs or after sitting for a long time, but sometimes it seems random. I seem to be less able to eat big meals without feeling sick.
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