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My 6 year old daughter is vomiting after drinking a milk... and suffer from stomach pain..
Some of the other symptoms that I experience frequently are severe headaches, leg pain, mood swings, abdominal cramping/pain, restlessness/anxiety, pain in lower right side of abdomen...... after doing some research, I feel that some of my symptoms are similar to porphyria....I dread calling my doctor to find anything out about this, because he thinks I am perfectly fine, and that this is all in my head.....when I am positive that it is not! Is porphyria a possibility???
Vitamin B12 deficiency symptoms include extreme fatigue, nausea, vomiting, tachycardia, leg pain, low grade fevers, anaemia (a cause of low body temperature). Vitamin B12 deficiency is highly misdiagnosed due to far too low a reference range. I recommend levels over 800pg/mL or 600pmol/L. "Vitamin B12 Deficiency, the Epidemic of Misdiagnosis A good friend of ours, otherwise healthy, had the sudden onset of severe leg pain which baffled her doctors who could not explain it.
Our daughter 5 years old, has had almost monthly vomiting for the past year. Lasts 4 to 12 hours, throws up 4 to 10 times... In Jan she ended up in ER, threw up about 15 times in 3 hours. Started throwing up blood. Was put on meds, lab results were all fine. Doctors think she is sensitive to the tummy bug but 2 out of the 8 times she has had it did other family members/class mates have tummy bug Pale, Upset tummy, sometimes headache or leg pain "growing pains" Doctor said.
No visible cue or pain when touched, he just feels there is pain along the leg between the knee and the ankle. It seems like whenever he is really active during day and the night is cold, the next morning he will complaint about the pain. What should I do?
My 5 yr old daughter has severe leg pain in her shins, its chronic, comes rendomly, but so severe she'll collapse and scream for 45 min. She was tested for lukemia, came back negative, recently she had a patch of hair missing on the left side of her head and random vomiting 24 hours prior. She eats the same and has normal activity. The leg pain has been going on for a year, growin pains have been ruled out by her doctor.
My 7 year-old son has been getting weekly migraines since age 3. They are greatly under control with Cyproheptadine (given 5 mL daily). This year we've noticed he now reports "tingling" in his legs, or a feeling like they are falling asleep…and often he has a headache right after that.
Based on the symptoms description it is difficult for me to arrive at a diagnosis. If your partner is a smoker, calf pain may indicate narrowing of blood vessels. If associated back pain is present it could be because of a disc prolapse in the back. Some times cramps in the leg may come if you have imbalance of salt in the body. Usually this occurs when you have loose motions or vomiting. There are many more causes. I have deliberately listed several causes of calf pain.
I was released with no information other than a sheet saying 'abdominal pain'. I was wheeled back out of the hospital, still vomiting, still in retched pain. Oh, with two scripts in hand, both stool hardeners(?) my doc says. And no, I haven't really had a problem with constipation or diarrhea. This pain has no pattern. It has happened an hour after eating, and 24 hours after eating. It has happened morning noon and night, during activity and not.
My mother, who is 71, has been experiencing lower back pain and leg pain all the way to her toes for several months. She has some degenerative arthritis noted, but nothing significant that would require surgery. A cervical and lumbar MRI yielded normal results. The leg pain is characterized as more of a heaviness where she has to literally lift her legs manually to enter a car, or to get out of bed, etc. She had vascular tests, all which were negative.
I have known about the fibroids for 24 years now and it has caused severe back pain. I now live on pain meds. The pain is in my right groin, right hip and right thigh muscle. It is as if my entire right side is effected. I have chronic consitpation, no appetite, lost weight and no energy. I have normal paps and mammo's. I am scehduled for a total hysterectomy with removal of EVERYTHING next week with a gyn/onc.
I know that within 4 to 16 hours I will begin a cycle of vomiting and diarrhea. This will last about 8 hours, and will be accompanied by chills and possibly leg and foot cramps. Obviously my body is trying to clean everything out, top to bottom. The vomiting will continue, even though my stomach is empty. Once this cycle is over, the burps are gone, and I face another day of recuperation. When this all began, 6 or 7 years ago, I had it only twice a year.
Right before they wheeled me in I had that same pain down my leg up my rectum etc. Was told there was a chocolate cyst there before surg and he was going to remove it. Had a painful recovery called Dr. several times was told to take my pain killers. Well the reason why it was painful was because I was having the same pain I had before sugery. At the follow up apt he said there was no cyst on my left ovary???I had stage 3 endo.
Took him to ER and they prescribed antibiotic to help resolve appetite and vomiting. Leg/Hip pain is new. Pup mopes around hanging his head down. Depressing! Thankyou.
I have also been feeling full or swollen all the time, specially after I eat or drink anything. I have also been having pain on my right side that shoots down my leg and discomfort during intercourse. Another weird symptom is gas, lots of gas and feeling sick during intercourse. On 3 different occassions I have been to ER for severe stomach pain and nausea(which I was told was probably an ulcer or gastritis).
I go upset with her so she spoke with the dr, who then offered me valum. Sun. morning I woke up at about 1am with leg pain and now I keep getting odd stabbing pain in my arm and around my breast bone area. I just don't know where to go, my family dr doesn't want to deal with me anymore and the GI dr's nurse hasn't returned my call. I am at such a loss, I am starting to feel like everyone just thinks I am crazy, maybe I am, I just don't know anymore.
Now, at 34 years old, I might accidentily bite one side of my mouth, say, and then have to bite the other side to balance it out. Or, in the car, I stretch my left leg then HAVE to stretch my right leg. Not that it is a problem that interferes with my life, but I was just curious if this is could be a mild case of OCD. Thanks, if you have to choose only ONE question, please answer the one about my brother... :) Much appreciated. PLEASE ADVISE ASAP!
had to have urinary catheter, was allergic to all IV pain medications and IV antibiotics so after trying several different ones with everything from migraine headaches continously 24/7 to huge skin rash, large amounts of edema, nausea, vomiting etc etc (both with pain meds and antibiotics) (said I was septic from infection????) doctor finally decided to discontinue and let me try and fight it on my own which I did and was finally released from the hospital 4-5 days later.
it is also not a constant pain, it occurs mostly when i apply pressure on my left leg like when i am walking. It only hurts right after exercising and sometimes the next day but then goes away until the next time i work out. I am not doing any lifting or things like that, just running.
His headaches come and go, but seem to be always about 12-36 hours before the leg pain. It is actually the leg pain that makes me take his temperature. He acts so normal other than those few things, that you would just assume they are growing pains, like I did when he first started having them. During the attacks he doesn't gain weight, and last year actually lost weight.
To counter pain, you may take a painkiller and a muscle relaxant with food for couple of days. Gentle massage and steam bath will be soothing. Avoid sternous exercises, cycling, taking stairs, any sports for couple of weeks. If still you do not get any relief, consult a surgeon for an examiantion. Take care and share your thoughts.
Pain that worsens with exercise could be due to 'claudication' - this can be due to arterial insufficieny to the leg muscles causing pain, or from spinal stensosis. Alterntively there may be a peripheral neuropathy present unrelated to the PArkinsons - this would need a workup which you may have had already including some blood and urine tests.
IF you push down on your lower right abdomen it shouldn't hurt to bad but if you let go and it hurts worse its your apendi - its called rebound pain.
I am fully aware that Armour makes it harder to keep the thyroid in check. However, it beats spending so much of my life in horrendous pain, vomiting, missing out on work and life.) More on restless legs: Not just ANY form of magnesium will keep the nocturnal myoclonus/restless legs in check. What DOES work beautifully, is the Carlson brand of liquid magnesium soft gels, 400 mg , taken nightly, along with a balanced amount of calcium.
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