Upper abdominal pain pregnancy

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Avatar f tn I too started to have upper abdominal pain after the birth of my 2nd son. I was found to have gallstones and had my gallbladder removed. Have you had this checked? Pregnancy can cause gallstones...... I have also found though that my problems after having my gallbladder removed have not gotten any better, and am being investigated for sphincter of oddi dysfunction. I hope you can get some answers and relief.
Avatar f tn should i be concerned bout some light middle/upper abdominal pain at 4-5 weeks pregnant???
Avatar f tn I am sorry you went through so much. Right upper abdominal pain can be due to cholecystitis (inflammation of gall bladder), stones in gall bladder, duodenal ulcer, abscess under the diaphragm, liver problems and abscess or due to duodenal ulcer. Right flank pain is generally due to kidney stones. Gall bladder problems have been ruled out in your case. Abscess should be seriously considered. Lower right abdomen pain is commonly due to appendicitis.
Avatar n tn //www.medhelp.org/pregnancy-health/articles/Cramps-During-Pregnancy-Your-Symptoms-Manual/1989 You can find this in the app by going to the Pregnancy Diary from the home screen and selecting Cramps from the Symptoms menu. Then click the menu bar in the upper left and select Symptoms Manual to see your symptoms. Hope you feel better soon!
Avatar n tn I have been suffering from upper abdominal pain, constant and worsening when I eat or drink for 8 days. I have had infrequent diarrhea and I have nausea a lot, usually after I eat. It seems to be worse when I lie down. I have a 5 month old and am breastfeeding still. During my pregnancy I took Maalox regularly and passed a kidney stone i think right before he was born. I don't know why that's relevant, but Im just throwing that out there.
Avatar f tn Im 33 years old and this is my 1st pregnancy. I've been having upper abdominal pain about 2 inches under my breasts. My stomach feels so heavy. Is this normal?
Avatar n tn For the past 15 years I have had a problem with pain in my upper abdominal area. The pain only occurs about once a month give or take and is intense, sustained and makes the area between the top of my ribs very sore to the touch. I have been through 3 doctors and 20+ tests, yet no one can figure anything out. The pain seems to come more frequently when I eat heavy meals and/or heavier foods. Also, when I have the pain I can not eat anything until it is gone.
Avatar f tn ve been experiencing upper abdominal pain. The pain is right above my belly button and down the right side. The best was to describe the pain is as if someone is squeezing my insides. I've had my gallbladder looked at and my appendix both came back fine. Was tested for IBS but the symptoms get worse. I' just had an endoscopy done and that as well came back with nothing.
Avatar f tn I have had upper abdominal pain for approximatley 10 years. The pain came and went over the years and then in 2003 it was deteremined that I had gallstones and I had my gallbladder removed. The pain continued so in 2006 I went back to the doctoro and had a colonoscopy - it came out fine. I also had a cat scan of the abdomin and an ultrasound. All showed to be normal with the exception of a "blood clot" in my liver.
Avatar f tn Let me start off by saying that I just had a baby about 4 months ago, a few days after giving birth I woke up at 3am with an weird stomach pain, I tossed and turned until I finally couldn't take it anymore. The pain was radiating from dull to severe, I thought it was chest pains and that I was having a heart attack, a few hours at the ER and the result was acid reflux. I went home feeling better and happy it was over with, then two nights later I woke up at the same time 3am.
Avatar n tn I have a 14 year old son with sudden onset of upper abdominal pain. This has lasted constantly at a high pain level for nearly 6 months, taking him out of school and all activities. His pain is worse after eating and drinking, he never experiences hunger pangs, he is tender to the touch on his upper abdomen, jostling, driving on bumpy roads, exercise, makes the pain worse. He describes it at times as acid burning, knife stabbing, tightening and about to explode.
Avatar n tn For the past three days I have been having upper abdominal pain. The pain usually starts at night and tends to wake me from sleep. It's a burning, almost empty stomach feeling pain, just under my ribs. It began the morning after I drank alcoholic beverages. The pain lasts for about an hour. The pain also onsets just after eating. Even though I know that I am full, I don't feel full. I feel as if I should eat more in hopes to mask the pain. I also experience nausea with the pain.
Avatar f tn Oh, and I do not have any gas, belching, vomiting, heartburn/ acids, or diarrhea like many other people who have posted asking about upper abdominal pain. It is simply pain which I can only compare to pain I experienced when I injured my sternum 2 years ago.
1030353 tn?1262485688 I started having Diarrhea about 3 months ago then 1 month into the daily 1 to 3 Diarrheas, I started having upper (left and right) abdominal pain. It is pretty much constant even when I sleep (any position) I feel it gnawing at me. I would rate it a 4 or 5 with 10 being the worst pain I have ever felt. I have had loss of appetite, nausea, and have lost over 20lbs.
Avatar n tn After my husband eats he gets pain in his upper abdominal pain across the entire area just below the chest?
Avatar f tn I am a 52 year old female.I keep having these bouts of upper abdominal pain and the pain intenisfies rapidly and then I get chills,nausea and vomiting.I can't lay down sit or stand up as the pain is the same in any poistion.I have had an ultrasound,hida scan and last night had a ct with contrast.Everything comes back normal.It normally starts not long after I eat.It doesn't matter what I eat.Can anybody shed any light on what might be causing this.I am going to GI Dr. next week.
Avatar m tn i am experiencing severe upper abdominal pain. I have already had my gall bladder removed so I know thats not it. Any ideas as to what it might be? no fever, no vomiting. just severe pain that is only relieved when i lean forward. it seems to radiate to my back too, more on my left side. any advice will help. thanks!
Avatar n tn t stop for hours. The pain in the front is a burning pain while the pain in the back is very sharp. I have tried using a heating pad and tylenol to relieve the but neither works. Any ideas?
Avatar f tn Upper abdominal pain can be from the baby... Not a sign of preeclampsia.