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Is lower back pains a symptom of appendicitis?
Yes, lower back pain can be a symptom of appendicitis. Other symptoms include a stabbing or burning pain in the lower right area of your abdomen, fever, vomiting and nausea.
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sharp pain in the right lower quandrant of the abdomen
Classic symptoms are: Moderate to severe pain usually starting first around the navel, moving later to right "iliac fossa" which is the part of your stomach next to your right… hip bone. Often, high temperature and vomiting. This is a medical emergency due to the danger of the appendix rupturing, so seek medical advice asap!
The back feels tired and weak, like it was sprained, and the pains are aching and pressing. The pains are worse when bending down or rising after long periods of sitting, but …are relieved from gentle motion and walking slowly.
In most of cases - Yes!
Laying flat on your back, then bringing your knees up to your chest and pulling them in. First one leg at a time, then both. Spend five minutes doing this twice a day and you'…ll see serious improvement. Also, look into a better bed.
yes, but usually this occurs further in your pregnancy, because the baby is pressing on nerves.
If its a minor pain then heat and Motrin will help. Somatics exercises are simple, easy lazy movements where we get the brain to release held muscular tension and stress. …Many people find a TENS machine very good for back pain. .
Answer Yes, but they are also symptoms of a urinary tract infection. You might of course be pregnant AND have a UTI. take tests for both.
pneumonia is a respiritory disease, but if you have severe fits of coughing it could cause back pain Pneumonia can cause general body pain including back pain, however it can… cause spinal abscess specially in flail persons, it is a serious complication and must be visited by physician as soon as possible
Back pain be caused from many different reasons, such as poor posture over time, muscle soreness, back injury or pressure to a nerve / nerve root from a herniated disc, nerve …compression or spinal stenosis among other conditions. If you have pain for 6 weeks or longer you should visit your doctor for proper treatment.
Kidney infectionHerniated discSciaticaKidney stoneStrain If your back pain cases are spinal problems you should start simple exercises to improve your back condition.
TEMPERATURE, I had about 103 average, highest is 105 for me. A LOT A LOT A LOT A LOT A LOT OF VOMITING, Bring your biggest trashcan if you have one. (I threw up 13 tim…es in one day, most of it was dry haste since I didn't eat much. Pain in between your abdomen and belly button. THIS PAIN FEELS LIKE DEATH AND SO IF IT FEELS LIKE DEATH then you possibly have appendicitis. If you took a stomach pain medication that you doctor told you to take to see if the pain goes down, (doctor doesn't know yet that you have appendicitis,) AND if the pain medication DOES NOT WORK, Then almost 100% sure that you have NO MATTER WHAT APPENDICITIS! RUN TO THE HOSPITAL (drive) IF YOU HAVE THESE SYMPTOMS!
Some people think that just like other problems, one should also rest or lie down if he is suffering from back pain. In reality, one should move the pain area as much as possi…ble. Moving the pain area helps in getting rid of this problem but it also does not mean to move it for a long period of time. Neither too much rest, nor too much movement is good for lower back pain, left side. www.whatisbackpain.info
Classic symptoms are: Moderate to severe pain usually starting first around the navel, moving later to right "iliac fossa" which is the part of your stomach next to your r…ight hip bone. Often, high temperature and vomiting. This is a medical emergency due to the danger of the appendix rupturing, so seek medical advice asap! Symptoms of appendicitis may vary between different people. Some encounter different feelings/sensations to others. The common symptoms of appendicitis may be- nausea/vomiting, mild diarrhea, loss of appetite and some form of constipation. If you have pain in your lower right abdomen and encounter the symptoms above you may find you have appendicitis. The symptoms of appendicitis are sometimes vague to extreme pain. The pain will start in the abdominal area close to the bellybutton and move to the right where the appendix is. Other symptoms include constipation or diarrhea, nausea, vomiting, loss of appetite and a low fever that apears to be in conjunction with the other symptoms.