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when I breath deep, my right rib cage feels like deep inside a pain, the pain I feel is generated on my right side, pale stools, I felt nauseated and almost puked but nothing happened, exhaustion, and since I had a hernia operation it feels like that is prickly, crampy no period for at least 6 months, small heat flashes then cold, shakey off and on, restless sleep, headache occationally never had headaches much, no appetite only eat so I can work, no sex drive, I feel good at work at first then
I am now having the same type of symptoms I had when my endo was in full swing. Ovary pain, back pain, bloated and gas. Now that these symptoms have arisen along with the faint spotting I am very concerned. I made a doctors appointment and will be on pins and needles. I don't think he can calm the fear without tests but I guess I just want to know if there are benign conditions that can cause these symptoms. Right now I'm convinced I have ovarian cancer. If anyone has insight...
Also in the past 6 months I've been experiencing very annoying gastrointestinal problems (diahrrea, heartburn, gas) that only seem to be getting worse. I've been cutting back on caffeine and alcohol suggested by sites that I've found researching my symptoms, but nothing seems to be helping. Midol only helps as much as any other regular pain reliever, which isn't much.
I am still burping and have a lot of gas. All these symptoms get so confusing.... with the pressure and back pain and bloating..things seemed confused! I am having blood work Friday and may ask for an exam before the MRI next week. My last USound was April 08 and lining of uterus was 3mm at that time and ovaries not visible. Thanks for your info.
Everyone is different and I feel like I am recovering a little quicker than most people (or have a higher tolerance for pain). I still have pain at the incisions and sharp pains where they removed cysts (left ovary, right falopian tube), endometriosis, and appendix. But yes rest is important but also walking slightly is to (in my opinion and direction from my doctor). Obviously if walking is causing more pain call your doctor and see if you can talk to him or the nurse.
But I wanted to ask one question of you all. Just before expelling the gas I have a short sharp pain in lower abdomen that lasts only a short time but there appears to be a build up to the pain. Thanks in advance for responding.
doing a pregnacy test will rule on that, you didn't say how old you are for menopause, OVCA is rare, there are many silent symptoms for OVCA, bloating, gas, pelvic pain, painful intercourse, eating difficulties, feeling full after eating small amounts of food, weight gain, getting the TVS is a good start.
He thinks because I never took HRT that my lining is thin and sometimes that cause's bleeding like I had. I seem to have a lot of gas and still have light cramps on and off during the day.Some lower back pain but I have that on and off for years already.I went a whole year and got my period back in 2004 had biospy done and came back normal. Needless to say I am worried and stressed out becuase of this and a 82 year old mom that lives with me and has leukemia.
During a pelvic exam the doctor feels in the area where the ovary is supposed to be.
*(NO) - You may have bloating or a feeling of gas in the intestines. *(Gas/bloating is infrequent) Some people may have lower abdominal pain with constipation that is sometimes followed by diarrhea. Other people have pain and mild constipation but no diarrhea. *(I don't think I've ever been constipated in my life. I only have occasional UPPER abdominal pain, which I equally describe as lower chest pain. The occasional pain is located behind the xyphoid process.
Hello, I am new to this and would like to know if there are any women out there who have fibroids and have experienced excess stomach gas symptom caused by the Fibroid. My gas symptom is so bad, it spreads to the chest and causes HORRIBLE chest pressure. I'm 38 and have had a fibroid for over 15 years. Since it never really bothered me except for the heavy periods with large clots, I sort of dismissed it as "normal" and will go away when I reach menopause.
burpy feeling, stomach pain, heart racing, chest pain, gas, cramps in my sides, headaches, and they are ussaully moer than just discomfort, they are unbearable, i ussually can not take my mind off of them so that makes it worse. SPOOOKYGIRL: please dont let this rule your life....
Anyway, I understand that it is difficult to diagnose something like this online but I was wondering if breast cancer generally causes pain like this..pain when touched and pain that seems to come from the rib or bone. I am 26 years old and have no history of breast cancer in my family besides my grandmother who was post-menopausal when she got it (I have been told that when a person gets breast cancer beyond menopause it isn't really a genetic thing).
Hello, I'm 31 and am not sure if I could even be going through menopause at this point. When I was 15, I got pregnant with my oldest child. When I was 13 weeks pregnant with her, I suffered a torsed ovary and an oophorectomy was performed on the right side!! I now 16 years later have had 2 more additional children, and after my last child was born I had a tubal ligation performed. That was July of 2005.
Are these menopause symtoms? For the past 5-6 weeks, I've been having numbness/tingling in my arms, hands and legs and feet. I've also had tingling in the face area.........mouth and tongue. My eyes sometimes feel itchy as sometimes my skin. I've had headaches and felt light-headed. Sometimes my face gets flushed and so do my arms, like I'm burning under my skin. My finger joints feel sore. I can't hold a book or magazine and turn the pages, my hands and fingers feel sore.
Then, this irregular beating in my chest scares me and causes anxiety, then the viscous cycle repeats. The anxiety causes more chest pain, more gas, and more discomfort. I have been trying everything to treat myself. Changed my diet (was drinking lots of soda and taking NSAID pain relievers every day) for the most part, but due to my work schedule I do eat too much fast food to this day. I drink nothing but water now, I have been watching everything I do.
waking up in the middle of the night with severe gas pain, sweating profusely and vomiting
increase or decrease Gastrointestinal distress, indigestion, flatulence, gas pain, nausea Sudden bouts of bloat Depression (see note) Exacerbation of existing conditions Increase in allergies Weight gain (see note) Hair loss or thinning, head, pubic, or whole body; increase in facial hair Dizziness, light-headedness, episodes of loss of balance Changes in body odor Electric shock sensation under the skin and in the head (see note) Tingling in the extremities (see note) Gum problems,
For nausea, try some ginger or, as I use, boiling hot water with a few teaspoons of lemon or lemon juice concentrate in it. Many women also develop acid reflux (Gerd). For some, it can be an uncomfortable feeling of severe burning sensations in the throat. If it persists, see your health care practitioner. 21. Sudden bouts of bloat. Note: Bloating, water retention are common complaints during perimenopause. Also, Acid reflux and heartburn are very common during perimenopause.
I am a 52 year old woman going through menopause with my hormones all out of wack. I also have Hypothyroidism. I am having severe problems with constipation. All the stuff that I read about this says that laxitives, enemas, and taking fiber (stuff that you normally would use for this) doesn't work. I am wondering what else could be used or what else could be done to help me with this problem, or is it something that I will always have to deal with? I am worried that something else may be wrong.
Just wanted you to know that I had these symptoms of horrible smelling gas along with back pain before I got my period and it was endometriosis. I had laproscopic surgery, then got pregnant two months later and one year and no more symptoms. Hormones are definitely at play, I will get my thyroid levels checked after I finish breastfeeding.
The blood pressure issues have gotten better (After a tilt-table-test, they confirmed I do not have orthostatic hypotension), I still have the extra heart beats, but not as often, maybe twice a week. I can feel them before they come. It feels like a gas bubble or an empty dull pain in my stomach, then the irregular heart beats start. If I eat something or get up and move around, they go away. It still blows my mind that the medical community will not look into this connection further.
I think (only from what I've read here ) the only thing that will help is the walking. The gas that I was told to possibly expect (the Dr. had me watch a video before my procedure) isn't the same "gas" as intestinal gas. So, not much taken internally will help it. This gas is "pumped" into your abdomen to expand the area so that the organs are easier to view..
When I feel the pain I also feel bloated and full of gas. I'm 60 years old and going through menopause. I have hot flashes about 1 every hour (even at night) and the flash is often preceeded by slight nausa. I'm not on any medications. I had an appendectomy with small bowel resection (ruptured appnd.) when I was a child.
abnormal uterine bleeding, excessive thirst, severe fatigue, vaginal pain, bladder pain, painful intercourse, extreme gas, and depression. I was not only ignored but told it was all in my head. I have suffered with this pain for over 12 years. I have given up and am using this website as a last resort. I have only been with one man, my husband, but cannot have relations because I don't particularly enjoy intercourse, I find it nausiating and very painful.
if you are a woman into menopause,lack of female hormone could cause rectal pain. yeast infection after anti biotics treatment could also cause problem in that area.
And, if they can't identify anything in the intestinal area, do look into a transvaginal ultrasound as you may have an ovarian cyst. There are quite a few people diagnosed with IBS who have cysts which can cause back pain, bloating, gas, bowel changes, and urinary urgency. It is a simple one to rule out.
After the tests came back, they said I had a hernia from my stomach that protruded through the diaphragm into the chest cavity behind my heart and was pressing on a nerve around my heart and that was what was causing my pain. All I know is that every time I have a gas problem, I get that pain again in the upper left side of my chest. It usually moves to my left arm then around to my upper back. It makes it very hard to sleep.
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