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Avatar m tn Large-bowel obstruction Abdominal pain. Blockage of the large intestine usually causes abdominal pain below the belly button. The pain may vary in intensity. Severe, constant pain may mean that your intestine's blood supply has been cut off or that you have a hole in your intestine. This is a medical emergency. Call your doctor immediately. Bloating. Generalized abdominal bloating usually occurs around the belly button and in the pelvic area . Diarrhea or constipation.
Avatar n tn Could be intestinal virus.
Avatar f tn Is anyone experiencing vomiting, abdominal pain, and hiccups?
Avatar m tn 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.
14955640 tn?1437548973 Other symptoms I have are abdominal bloating, painful bowels, sometimes so painful (stabbing sharp pain on left side) I am having cold sweat and feel like vomiting while on toilet, sometimes there's diarrhea, not really often, more normal stool. I need to go and pee quite often, sometimes few times in an hour. Waiting for my urine results and pap smear. Just wondering, is it endometriosis for others so horribly painful too? Or is it something else? Thank you.
Avatar n tn My husband has been having moderate abdominal pain since Sunday night after a BM. He went to the ER where they did a CT scan and bloodwork (WBC, RBC, electrolytes, etc), in which everything was normal. He was discharged home. He was taking prednisone 10mg TID since that Saturday am (now d/c), so the hospital thought maybe the pain was due to the steroids. However, now being Thursday, he's still in pain. He said the pain was a 10 on Monday, and is now a 6.
Avatar f tn I had another surgery around 3 years ago to remove adhsions from surgeries that caused severe abdominal pain. This surgerie turned into a nightmare for the dr. because the adhesions were wrapped around my bowel. They did a resection of my bowel and it was a long recovery. I have had bowel problems chronically since then. Recently my severe pain is back. I have had every test under the sun in the last two weeks and today I met a dr.
Avatar n tn 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.
Avatar n tn She got better for a week and then woke one night with L abd pain. She was nauseous and begging me to take her to the hospital so they could make the pain stop. She was also complaining that her chest was hurting. Her heart rate was fast & she was pale. We went to the ED. They did a chest xray and urine and sent her home. For two weeks she did this. hugging the toilet and crying that her Left lower quadrant was hurting. She cont. with diarrhea but no vomiting.
Avatar f tn 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. I've also passed out on one occasion which I think was from vomiting so much and being dehydrated.
Avatar f tn 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.
Avatar f tn In March of this year I started experiencing abdominal pain with nausea, vomiting and weight loss. I have lost 19 pounds so far and I still have the nausea and vomiting. I have had I think every test under the sun from lab to CT's, barium enema's, colonoscopy, EGD, X-ray's and numerous labs including Celiac, CMV, mono and immune tests. The EGD revealed that I had the acid production and the stomach was very inflammed so I was put on Protonix.
Avatar f tn On the discharge papers it said if you have any vomiting, diarrhea or abdominal pain again come back asap. That same night up until today I have had all 3 except the pain is not even half as bad as yesterday and I stopped vomiting at 7 am. Should I go back or just ignore it?? Don't want to waste another trip and another huge medical bill for nothing!!! Any advice is great. Thanks.
Avatar n tn Then she started to vomiting projectile and abdominal pain after she woke up out of her sleep. We took her to ER hospital in the middle of the night and they took abdominal xray and said she had ILEUS. Sent us home with suppository to stop the vomiting. My nurse practitioner said to watch her and they will repeat the xray in one week. She then complained all week long at school of tummy pain but no vomiting.
Avatar f tn Finally, started treating these 6-8 hour episodes as abdominal migraines... Her symptoms abdominal pain (global), nausea (occasional vomiting), nocturnal (not exclusively), with associated symptoms of hyperesthesia, pain that also seemed to occur in chest, back of neck/shoulders, occasional midline over spine. After several years she ended up on tons of morphine and it didn't give her any quality to life.
Avatar f tn Welcome to the gastroenterology community! What are all the tests he has had? How long has this been going on for?
Avatar n tn Also, my rectus abdominal muscles have separated- thought I had a hernia but was told my abdominal muscles separted like women who are pregnant (this never happened when I was pregnant- just in the past two weeks) I am wondering what could possibly be wrong. I feel it is related to my bowels. At first I feared ovarian cancer or ascites, but ovaries are normal and small (I am in menopause) and no fluid was seen on ultrasound or CT scan.
915119 tn?1341948989 You appear to have ruled out gastrointestinal issues. The abdominal pain, queasiness and then vomiting seems to fit the profile of abdominal migraines. We hope to hear back from you for an update.