What causes lower back pain and lower abdominal pain across whole lower back whole lower abdominal area but worse on the right side of both?
could be related to a urinary tract infection.
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What could cause a lower abdominal pain that goes to the lower back all the timand severe cramping during periods?
\n. Sounds like regular cramps to me. A lot of women get pretty harsh cramps around or during their periods. If they are very severe or you are concerned, you should talk to a doctor. \n. \n. Answer . \n. When you have your period, you uterus is having contractions. Sort of like a very mild f…orm of the contractions during childbirth. Some people recommend taking Advil, Tylenol, or Mydol, and some people claim taking medicine makes the cramps more intense the next time you have your period. I, personally, need my Advil! \n. \n. Answer . \n. My daughter has the same problem and the pain is so severe that she ended up in the ER. She says the pain usually last for at least 3 days. They told her that she had a cyst on both of her ovaries ( the cyst are larger than her ovaries ) and that a lot of women get them when they have their periods and when their periods are over the cysts will shrink. If you continue to have painful periods go to your Dr. and have him exam you. \n. \n. Answer . \n. Mine was caused by endometriosis that eventually required two surgeries to remove the growth and then a hysterectomy. It could be normal cramps or cysts as well. If it is severe and is disruptive to your life it is not something you have to live with. Even if it is "normal" and you are perfectly healthy there are still options to help lessen your discomfort. I would talk to your GYN about it and see what options are available. They can include stretching/exercise, pain pills (like Advil or my favorite Aleve), hormone pills (like birth control) that help regulate your period and for many women reduce or eliminate cramps, or heating pads. Whatever is comfortable and effective for you.\n. Answer . Sometimes the fallopian tube may be narrow and cause some problems, or if the person is stressed their abdominal muscles are tense and can cause cramps. If this continues with each period then you should see your Gynecologist for a check-up to be sure everything is OK and you don't have cyst. ( Full Answer )
Pains in you abdomen are common in pregnancy. I am a mother of four healthy beautifu children... but carrying theM was painful! As your stomach begins to expand and stretch to accomodate the little person inside of you, your own muscles are being stretched beyond their limits. this can be painful. I…f you are still concerned talk to your doctor ( Full Answer )
Answer . \nIt is unlikely but the only way you'll know is to do a pregnancy test about a week to 2 weeks after your period was due. Get checked out by your Dr.
Abdominal and back pain with diarrhea . Lower back pain and abdominal pain with liquid diarrhea could be caused by early stage ovarian cancer; also parasitic infection.
Well, unless you're dead after writing the question, it's not an aneurysm. A disk herniation at L4/5 can cause radiating pain both in the anterior and posterior (front and back) parts of the body. What it feels like is dull pain in the abdomen and groin area, with sharp pain in the lower back. … . Answer . Most likely is musculao-skeletal pain, BUT... If you're in middle-late group long-time smoker, it could be an abdominal aortic aneurysm. Otherwiase known as a dilation of the aorta in the mid-abdominal region.... If this sounds like you, get to a doctor for evaluation ASAP...!!! He can do a CT or MRI [if physical exam suggests one of these...] ( Full Answer )
Answer . Get yourself to the emergency dep't. of your local hospital, or if you have a gastroenterologist, call the office and get an emergency app't; better be safe than sorry.
What does it mean when you have a lower back pain with lower abdominal pain with a clear white discharge?
This question requires a medical assessment of the person suffering these problems. That can be obtained from a Physician or perhaps a Physician's Assistant or Nurse. Anyone needing an answer to a question like this who does not have ready access to their own doctor should seek advice at a clinic or… hospital emergency room.. Never put any trust in medical answers to specific medical questions in a forum like this. ( Full Answer )
Answer If the pain is constant and/or you are running a temperature, give your doctor a call. There really isn't anyway to diagnose on a website. . Answer . gullbladder infection. For start of, its GALLBLADDER. And second its not. I had mine taken out YEARS ago when I was quite young & I ha…d a uterine iunfection recently and everytime I eat now, I get severe lower back pain and a pain in my left rib...could be to do with the kidneys am still investigating.! The gallbladder is on the RIGHT hand side of your body by the way!!. Well, I had pain on my left side, near the spleen. I don't know what it is yet... I don't know if it's spleen or any other organ... on my left. . Your pain could be a urinary tract infection. Consult your doctor to be sure. ( Full Answer )
Answer . You might try taking some aspirin. It works for things that people never consider using it for like scratchy throat. I always use BC Powder, but any good aspirin like Bayer or Bufferin may help. My stomach was nauseated last month, and a BC Powder fixed it like 2 to 3 minutes. I was amaz…ed. ( Full Answer )
What causes lower back pain on left side and swelling in lower abdomin with slight pain on left side of belly button?
\nIf it hurts more with bending and twisting, it is most likely muscle-related.\n. \nIt it hurts when someone pushes on your abdomen, but not when you bend or twist, then it is more apt to be internal.\n. \nThere are hernias that can cause a bulging in the area you indicate, but I doubt that a her…nia in the front-side of your abdomen would be a cause of back pain, unless you have more than one thing going on...\n. \nIf this continues, or begins to get worse, then I strongly suggest you be seen by your family doctor for possible Xrays, etc and surgical referral... ( Full Answer )
Answer . Yes it can. Eat more leafy greens such as spinach, broccoli, brussel sprouts, legumes (beans) nuts, etc. Drink plenty of water and stay away from dairy products until you are on a regular routine of bowel movements. If you haven't had a bowel movement in 3 - 4 days it's advisable you see… your doctor as you could be impacted or there could be other degrees of bowel problems. ( Full Answer )
your period may simply be late, due to stress, severe weight gain or loss, or a hormonal imbalance. another possibility is that you could possibly be pregnant, so seeing as how you said you already missed a period, i would suggest taking a pregnancy test, and if that is negative, then just go to the… doctor and he will check you out. ( Full Answer )
There may be several causes of pain in the lower back on the rightside above the pelvic area. These causes may include a herniateddisc, joint dysfunction, spinal stenosis, muscle strain, sciatica,kidney stones or a urinary tract infection.
\nUsually it is caused my muscle spasms... If it occurs with bending, twisting or lifting heavy items, or if you have a tender area there, that's your best bet...
Anything going on in the left side, is always a good reason for concern that where your heart is. If its sharp pain, located front & center in your chest, or takes your breath away, get to a Dr or emergency room & have it checked out. If the pain is low & in the back just above the belt line, It cou…ld be your kidneys. If you drink a lot of tea, coffee or soda & no water, just stop those for a few days & drink only & lots of water for 2 days & see if that flushes the kidneys. That is very common, specially in young people. ( Full Answer )
If you are in severe pain it is urgent that you go and see a qualified medical doctor. (also demand Ultrasound from your Doctor for Gall stones if the pain goes around the right like a belt). Appendix is in lower right as well. Ultrasound will expose both.
been feeling moderate pain in lower back with some (general discomfort) in lower abdomen for about a week. all pain ceases when i sit though even then i will feel some pain if i straighten my back
If lying down causes you pain over your lower right abdominal area,you may have something wrong with your appendix. This could alsomean there is a problem with an ovary, if you are a woman.
Abdominal pain is a peculiar beast. It's often difficult to determine the cause of anyone's pain, let alone someone who's online and not available for questions or for an exam. Rather than seeking advice online, consult a doctor. Except for the occasional nausea and belly pain that go alone with the… stomach flu (gastroenteritis), abdominal pain is often something that requires a medical evaluation. ( Full Answer )
Many reasons exist for the sxcruciating abdominal pain and low back pain. They vary from simple to extreme with intensity. The underlying reason I believe is Intestinal obstruction or inflamation. A large percentage of abdominal/low back pain is a result from improper food consumption, organ fatigue…, or organ toxicity. The pain is either due to gas, fecal mater restriction (constipation), or low water intake. Other causes would include irritated lining, nodules, or irregular cell function. And probably more common would result from bacterial or parasite presence. Ruling out greater illness such as cancers and ulcers have high importance. . When the low back pain is included that would signafy constipation of impacted matter as the result of poor food choices, low water intake, or simply a vetebral subluxation, or physical compensation. ( Full Answer )
It is for me! With both of mine I had no "front" contractions only back ones. It started as a low dull backache and quickly turned into feeling like something was trying to break out from back there.
What causes lower back pain and lower abdominal pain if you have had back problems in the past and are a week away from starting your monthly Is it normal?
Lie on the floor with a rolled up towel under your lower back. Bring both knees together and feet flat on the floor. Move both knees to the left for 5 secs and then back to centre, then move both knees to the right for 5 secs and back to centre. Hold for a few secs at either side. Then bring both kn…ees towards your chest for 5 secs and back to centre. Hold for a few secs at chest. Try these exercises and see how you get on. http://www.flexibak.org ( Full Answer )
Abdominal pain is ache and discomfort that occurs in your abdomen. Your abdomen area includes the stomach, tummy, gut and belly can. These area can experience pain from time to time. There can be many causes of abdominal pain; lead poisoning, cystitis, appendicitis, aortic aneurysm, pregnancy or man…y others. Your pain may be mild or severe. If your pain is severe and your pain lasts over a week, contact a doctor immediately. ( Full Answer )
It could be something wrong with your gastorial system. Ie. Your gallbladder, I just recently had this taken out and Abdomin Pains/back Pains and the feeling you can't breath at times is a sign of gallstones. Little buggers can be very very painful and dangerous. Get checked, go to the hospita…l or your family doctor and request an ultrasound in your lower abdomin. ( Full Answer )
You have lower back pain and abdominal pain but only on your right side Pain is chronic but there is no pain during your menstrual period What can cause this?
If the pain is sharp and off-center a bit from the middle of the back around the waistline, you could have mild disk herniation pressing on a nerve. This kind of pain typically radiates into the posterior tissue (front of the body). That it's only on the right side is typical of disk problems, as yo…u usually feel it only on one side. As far pain going away during your period, several factors can affect disk pain. Many women usually take some type of medicine to ease with cramping during their period, and the types of meds taken usually reduce inflammation. Disk herniations are reduced by anti-inflammatory meds. Also, hormonal changes, and the bloating and other uncomfortable effects associated during menstrual cycles can mask pain or alter pain perceptions in the brain. While the pain may still be there, pain in other areas makes it seem like it's not - the brain can be fooled by other pains and distractions, which is one method of mental pain control. However, the most likely explanation is that disk pain, especially if it's not that bad (bad herniations will leave you unable to walk and in excruciating pain), will eventually go away if the disk inflammation hasn't been aggravated further and allowed to ease. Typically when we feel pain, we tend to lower activities that aggravate it. If you have accompanying pain in the back of the leg, knee, thigh or side of the right leg, a disk problem is even more likely. In the end it depends on the type of pain. Disk pain is sharp and sometimes burning, depending on the severity. Muscle spasms feel tight and somewhat sharp. Muscle pain is achy and throbbing. Having severe back/spine problems for many years, I've required the use of opiates for a long time to deal with my pain. However, there are some OTC meds that I use when I don't need or feel like taking them. Bayer Back and Body Aspirin is one; Tylenol Rapid Release gel-tabs are the other. If you think the descriptions I've listed fit what you're experiencing, then your best option is to see either a Pain specialist or a Chiropractor. At the very least you should let your regular doctor know about it. ( Full Answer )
To much weight lifting which can over develop the abdominal region which weakens the lower part of the back
Depending on many factors, the most common reasons for this are muscular or skeletal damage or injury around the L4-L5 vertebrae. If this is the case, the injury can be temporary, although most people eventually suffer from back pain in the lumbar region eventually -- most likely as a result of us d…eciding to walk upright instead of swinging from trees -- a design flaw.. Coupled with a fever, other possibiliies exist. Kidney infections are possible, as are infections of the reproductive tract in women. However, these are far less likely than the first guess. ( Full Answer )
That could depend on whether or not you are a male or female. Nonetheless, any pain of unknown etiology (cause or origin) should be investigated by your doctor. Also, if the pain does not go away with your regular pain relievers, you should see your doctor. It would be foolish to try and diagnose yo…u in this format. ( Full Answer )
I would suggest going to a doctor to find out. You are experiencing what would be considered severe symptoms and need to get the help of a professional. If money is an issue, and if you are in the United States for sure, you can go to the emergency room and they will help you and work out the money …problem later. The hospital has a system in place to insure that everyone regardless of finances can receive medical care. ( Full Answer )
Lower back pain can be caused by a multitude of things and is extremely frequent in people over the age of just twenty five. One of the most common causes of lower back pain is poor posture for prolonged periods of time whether it be walking, or sitting in a chair. This can be improved or corrected …by correcting the posture and using the assistance of chairs that are ergonomically designed. Sometimes you can injure your lower back and this can take a long time to heal on its own. If it is too serious you may never recover and will require surgery and in rare cases need to have a disk removed. Obesity can also cause lower back pain problems. An overweight person carries most of their weight on the front side of their body placing an enormous amount of stress on the back which helps to carry it. A simple diet change with exercise to strengthen the back can often remedy this. ( Full Answer )
Though it is not a symptom, it is very common during pregnancy. It's possible; Your symptoms of pregnancy will usually appear anywhere from the first week of your expected period to 1-2 weeks after your first week of expected period. Your first signs of pregnancy most commonly include missed period,… tender/swollen breasts, change in color of the breasts, fatigue, nausea/vomiting, increased sense of smell, and weight gain.. Here is a link to a website that will calculate the probability of your pregnancy: http://www.thepregnancytest.com/ ( Full Answer )
i would cheack with your doctor..he has your medical history and can tell you what is wrong with you. self-diagnoseing is not something i would recommend for anyone because 90 percent of the time you will be wrong.....the only suggestion i have to offer is that you might be pregnant
Could be the baby is the wrong way round.. Check up with your doctors :o)
I'm pretty sure you need to have sex too. not sure if you can get pregnant from those symptoms. you cannot get pregnant from just having thoes symptoms alone.........., but if you have had sex with a person and had thoes symptoms then you could br pregnant.
If you are female it may be period pain, early signs of pregnancy, and STI or even a fibroid. See a Gynaecologist if pain killers don't do.
What could cause a lower abdominal pain that goes to the lower back all the time and severe cramping during periods?
This could be caused by several things. If it is period cramping,it is happening because the uterus is contracting. This is the samething that happens during labor, although not nearly as strong.
It could be a pulled muscle, a ruptured appendix, a large turd stuck up your butt.
well it could be your gall bladder. if it is your gall bladder your pee would also look like Coke and your stool would turn white.. it could also be appendix. or you could just have a stomach ache! hope you feel a better soon. or whoever you know who is sick. BTW if it you think it may be you…r appendix or gall bladder you may want to go see your doctor. ( Full Answer )
many things can cause it. such as muscle spasms, hernia, appendicitis, etc. Need more information to help answer this.
You could be pregnant. Do you have any other symptoms and what do you mean abnormal period?
What could be the cause of pain which goes from your lower right side of back and hip into back of leg and alsopain in the lower pelvic area?
Look into sacroillial Joint Dysfunction. I have been fighting this fight for 5 months and I think I found what is wrong with me. I have similar symptoms.
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 fo…r proper treatment. ( Full Answer )
I have problem with my right foot, and the pain is in the right side.
Sounds like back strain. If you haven't been lifting anything recently, or if you haven't fallen recently, then it could be a kidney infection. See you doctor.
so yes, stress can cause lower abdominal pain on the right or the left stress caused me to have pain on the lower left abdominal it could be the stress or gas that causes the pain
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Pain in the lower back on the right hand side can be attributed toa herniated disc, sciatica, muscle strain or a urinary tractinfection. Such pain may also be caused by spinal stenosis or jointdysfunction. If the situation does not improve, it would be best toseek medical advice.
Avoid or change the life style activities that cause pain. Try to avoid these below things: bending long term standing long term sitting lifting, or reaching These movements put extra stress on your back.
Lower back pain may caused by a variety of problems with any partsof the complex, interconnected network of spinal muscles, nerves,bones, discs or tendons in the lumbar spine.
Lower abdominal pain can have an extremely wide range of causes. Some of the causes of lower abdominal pain are: pregnancy, appendicitis, and irritable bowel syndrome.