Pain in the upper right thigh could be due to a broken hip, a pulled muscle, tendonitis, referred pain from the knee, or referred pain from the abdomen.
Sciatica is the swelling of the Sciatic nerve. This nerve sends messages to the brain. When it swells, pain is sent to the legs and numbness and pain is often felt.
Referred pain-- The presence of pain in an area other than where it originates. In some pleurisy cases, referred pain occurs in the neck, shoulder, or abdomen.
Sciatica can range from a low pain, to a severe pain in the lower back. It can cause it to be painful to move your arms, legs or even just rolling over in bed can cause terrible pains.
what would cause sharp pain in the upper right quadrant of your abdomen when you breath deep
Yes. There are muscles in your right abdomen that you could pull which would cause pain.
Pain in abdomen immediately after food is suggestive of stomach related pain. Please, consult your physician.
Shingles can cause localized pain in almost any part of the body. Sciatica can cause pain in the lower back and one or both legs.
Referred pain is perceived in the lower back but is caused by inflammation elsewhere--often in the kidneys or lower abdomen.
Sciatica pain is caused by the irritation or compression of the sciatica nerve. Symptoms include general back pain, numbness, tingling, muscle weakness and loss of tendon reflexes.
One of the myths associated with sciatica is the need to rest in bed. In fact, mild exercise is one of the best treatments for the pain. Prolonged sitting is a primary cause of many cases of sciatica.
Sciatica pain may feel like a bad leg cramp that lasts for weeks or months before it goes away. You may have pain, especially when you sit, sneeze or cough. Discomfort ranges from mild to incapacitating, and may be accompanied by tingling, numbness or muscle weakness. Like the term slipped disc, sciatica pain is a term often misused to describe any pain in the leg that may originate in the lower back. True sciatica only involves pain caused by pressure on the sciatic nerve or its branches. Pain in the front of the thigh or groin, although possibly referred from the low back, is not sciatica. Sciatica is a set of symptoms not a diagnosis. This point is important, because treatment for sciatica pain will often vary, depending on what is irritating the nerve, causing the pain. You can read more on this topic in the related link below.
its Sciatica pain
There are several things that can cause back pain, from sciatica or a herniated disc, to kidney stones or fractures. It's best to just see a doctor, if your back pain continues with no relief.
If you are experiencing sharp pain and a burning condition in your right leg, this could indicate a problem with your lower back. This pain is commonly referred to as sciatica.
Typically, gallstones cause pain in the right upper quadrant of the abdomen.
Might be diverticulitis
could be a herina
Pinched nerve .Or sciatica, an inflammation of the sciatic nerve.
lower adominal pain cause by yeast infection
sciatica, go to the GP - not serious but you need exercises and painkillers sciatica, go to the GP - not serious but you need exercises and painkillers