Appendicitis pain neck

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Hi my name is Neika I am a 30 yr old female, yesterday I started having a pain in the front left side of my neck right at my pulse point, it is not a constant pain. It is very hard to explain it kind of feels like a twisting or pulling or maybe like my pulse in my neck beats really hard, but It does not feel like my heart is beating funny or anything, the pain just comes and goes it is very weird. If it continues I will go to the Emergency room any suggestions?
I have had neck and back pain for the past few weeks. I also noticed that my shoulders are uneven and my neck is almost always tilted to either side-just a little bit but enough to be noticable. Should I worry about it or will it correct itself in time? I'm on crutches, could that have helped cause it?
In October 2009 a lymph node in my neck was incredibly swollen and the swelling spread (only on one side of my face) and caused the right side of my face to double in size, I went to a doctor and they didn't know what it was so they just gave my antibiotics. The swelling then decreased, but I had noticed that one particular lymph node on my right side just under my jaw remained slightly swollen, but it didn't hurt and wasn't fixed so I wasn't concerned.
I experience this with gnawing pain in the back of my head and basically complete neck discomfort. Along with all these sensations and pressures I have sharp pain that runs down the side of my neck from time to time and some pain and tingling, never really numbness in my arms. The pressure/ tension seems to be less in the morning and worsen with the days. The best way I can describe the feeling is like a bubble is under the skin of my head in random places.
I too am having problems with ear pain, stiff neck, jaw pain, sinus pain and it all started with a fever and flu like symptoms. I am scheduled for a root canal on Thursday. I will let you know if it has all been related to my teeth. My dentist told me that the root of this tooth is very close to my sinuses. I felt like I had a sinus infection and an ear infection. The fever was two days after I had a crown put in.
Abdominal pain) The pain may be minor at first, but it becomes more sharp and severe. Your appetite will be reduced and you may have nausea, vomiting, and a low fever. As the swelling in the appendix increases, the pain tends to move into your right lower abdomen. It focuses right above the appendix at a place called McBurney's point. This most often occurs 12 to 24 hours after the illness starts.
Hi, About a month or two ago, I believe I had strained some muscles while working out. The pain didn't happen right away maybe one or two weeks afterwards. At first it stemmed from my neck, shoulders, and upper back. Soon after I started to feel pain in my chest, both sides right by my armpits, lower back, and abdomen area especially on my right side. The pain is usually sharp. When I do sit for a long period of time, both my right and left sides hurt but more on my right.
Thought it might just be a crick in my neck. A week later pain still constant but than as suddenly pain in belly button appeared and pain in shoulder gone. Than horrible pain in middle of chest and back between both shoulder blades after drinking a margarita and eating fried chicken which I hardly ever do.
About five months ago, I had lower right side pain that lasted a couple days, and after several tests (including CT), the doctor said all I had were swollen lymph nodes and after a series of antibiotics, I was fine (no appendicitis). Well, the pain is sort of back and it has been for a couple of days. The pain is not constant nor severe. It really is kind of a pressure-type pain for a couple of seconds and then dissipates.
I HAVE BEEN HAVE PAIN IN MY STOMACH THE DR. TOLD ME THAT I HAVE TO MUCH ACID. BUT WOULD THAT CAUSE PAIN IN MY STOMACH LIKE I AM ON FIRE.
3 range) i have noticed that the pain is also in my right arm and right side of my neck..what could be the cause of this pain and how do i treat it??
The latest was a consultant paediatrician who said he thought it was swollen glands because the glands in her neck were slightly swollen and she had a cold a week before the pain started. The pain is not getting any better (in fact it's been worse for the last 3 days) and it is constant. Does anyone know how long we can expect this to go on for? and is it really swollen glands or something more sinister.
Prostate infection too can cause pain below the belly button. However this pain can also be due to colitis or para-umbilical hernia or even due to appendicitis. Hope this helps. It is difficult to comment beyond this at this stage. Please let me know if there is any thing else and do keep me posted. Take care!
I broke my tailbone when I feel back on my back side and I didnt have any immediate pain, but later my left butt cheek had pain shooting down it and I didnt have it checked out for two weeks cause I thought it would go away. They did an x-ray and found out what it was, so go get checked out!
If is often a childhood illness, though occasionally seen in adults. It is a very common cause of abdominal pain in children, mimicking appendicitis, and often difficult to differentiate from appendicitis. It is estimated that 1 in 5 children diagnosed with appendicitis actually have mesenteric lymphadenitis.
However that day I also got extreme neck pain (which didn't get better till the day after that, the monday). Some minor diarrhea was present on the sunday/monday which was likely due to consuming large amounts of liquid. So at this point I'm puzzled because I have no idea what's causing this. Yesterday I noticed a small rash on my upper left leg near the groin area as well. But as of today I'm nearly 100% fine (very slowly improving in how I feel since satuday till yesterday).
I too am having the same situation. The urologist thought it was a kidney stone last week and then the radiologist came back and said it was an ovarian cyst - about 2 cm and some fibroids. I ask, what Dr. can confuse a uretha tract with an ovary??! I had 2 oc's removed in May of 04 b/c they were septated. But this one does not show that, but the symtoms are 100-fold of those removed. My Dr. just says, "oh, i don't know what is causing the pain - take some Ibuprofen 800.
Finally, I tied the numbness in my right thigh to my neck, by falling asleep reading one evening with my head propped up at too sharp an angle for sleeping. I awoke with the incumbent neck pain, AND numbness in my right thigh.....which went away soon after getting up and stretching a bit.
Shortly after and Ever since, has had lower right abdomen sharp pain (as well as back/neck); recently, that has become lower right AND left pain...very strange. Has had all of the tests and runs to the ER, been doing PT/massages for pain--also had CT,MRI,PAP,internal ultrasound (no cysts), blood work (good), and no-damn-body seems to care that they don't have any answers.
Joint pain or swelling Stiffness of the joints, neck, or back Muscle pain or cramps Twitching of the face or other muscles Headache Neck creeks and cracks, neck stiffness, neck pain Tingling, numbness, burning or stabbing sensations, shooting pains Facial paralysis (Bell's Palsy) Eyes/Vision: double, blurry, increased floaters, light sensitivity Ears/Hearing: buzzing, ringing, ear pain, sound sensitivity lncreased motion sickness, vertigo, poor balance Lightheadedness, wooziness Tr
Appendicitis? Are you between the age bracket of 9 years to 40years? Do you have pain in the lower right abdomen below the level of the navel or umbilicus? Did the pain start in the last few days? Is the pain always there? Any fever? What about your appetite; have you noticed that you don't feel like eating? If you answered yes to the second and last question, and then perhaps to any of the other questions, then you most likely have acute appendicitis.
I still feel quite alot of pain when walking after a week and wondered if that is normal, as everywhere I read that people resume normal activities after a couple of days. I am not doubled up or anything, its just like having a constant stitch, and when i take a step, especially around my belling button there is a kind of sharp tugging pain. Also some stabbing pains too that just seem to happn even when sitting still.
I think some of my symptoms were caused by the antiobiotic which triggered a severe anxiety attack. Anyway, I am still in pain today with pain in my back near the right shoulder blade. Still the pain/pressure under my ribs. I'm wondering if I have a pinched nerve in my upper back which is causing all of this, since this area gives me more pain every day. I also notice much of the pain disappears after I sleep, or lay down and relax. Anyway, I'm going to see my GP in two days.
An example is that sometimes acute appendicitis can cause shoulder pain. I doubt that this helps your pain, but maybe helps understand the difficulty of diagnosing non-specific ABD pain.Here is a search link with diagrams http://www.google.com/search?q=referred+pain&hl=en&prmd=imvnsb&tbm=isch&tbo=u&source=univ&sa=X&ei=Cw53UJ2KLa-UigKL9oGYBw&ved=0CDQQsAQ&biw=1366&bih=667..
Here's what I find funny, 99 percent of my medications come either from my primary doctor, or the pain doctor. If I have to get a script in between it's becuase of an acting up kidney stone, absessed tooth, or an emergency situation. I was thinking of not even saying anything to the pain doctor and see if he brings it up.
For low back pain and abdominal pain, conditions like kidney infections, urinary tract stones, appendicitis, spine disorders have to be ruled out. Seek consult with your primary physician for a complete assessment and diagnostic tests.A warm compress over the area and OTC analgesics may be able to help temporarily. Do keep us posted.
The pediatrician recomended giving her Motrin, which I did every day, 2x per day, for a week. Though it seemed to help relieve her pain, the pain didn't go away. I have continued to sporadically give her either Motrin or Tylenol when I think her pain is really bad but it's still there.
by the way he is from what i understand one of the best and i trust him,he is the one who did all four of my surgurys,by the way i also had two surgurys in my neck,one in the front and one in the back,which resulted in a titanium plate and bolts in my neck,first op was the plate second op had extreme pain like i never felt before 24/7.pain would not stop til he did surgury.........pain is gone,thank god............
After standing up and walking around the pain noticebly improves. In the last few days I have noticed the pain starting to radiate to my lower left abdomin. I dont seem to have any lumps on my testicles. Does anyone know what this could be? Thanks.
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