Dysentery is a disease you get from contaminated food. it can cause bloody vomit or diarrhea, cramps, frequent loose stools, abdominal pain, fatigue, intermittent constipation, diarrhea with abdominal swelling, and flatulence.
The most common deficiency associated with leg cramps and swelling is potassium.
Yes,it can i just took penicillin and i had vaginal swelling plus a yeast infection.It freaked me out but,it only lasted 2 days.
There are quite a number of things that can cause cramps. The most common include menstrual periods, heart problems and strain to abdominal muscles among others.
it depends on the condition of human cells deases
an std or yeast infection
The main symptons are fever, diarrhea, abdominal cramps, nausea, and vomiting.
kidney or bladder infection.
Menstruating and PMS both can cause these. Midol or Advil works well to help relieve these.
you need to see your doctor about that question
One should mention the cause of excuse was due to " abdominal cramps".
There are so many different things that can cause abdominal pains so it is important to specify other symptoms you are having. Some things that cause abdominal pain include food poisoning, the flu, pregnancy, gallbladder disease, and appendicitis.
A yeast infection can cause swelling in the entire vaginal area. Scratching the itching makes it worse. Use a medicated ointment such as Vagisil to calm the swelling and the itch.
Pregnancy can cause your basal temperature to increase. See a doctor
More than likely, they are increased menstrual cramps rather than gas pains. Tampons commonly increase menstrual cramps as they can expand into your cervix which is already sensitive during menstruation, and by absorbing vaginal moisture they can 'tug' on vaginal walls adding to cramps too. If this happens often consider options like menstrual cups or softcups which can reduce cramps and are more comfortable than tampons.
Irritation yes, swelling no... sounds like you may have crabs- I'd check with a doctor to make sure. If you are scratching or excessively cleaning then you could cause swelling. But the best thing to do is to check with your doctor. It could be a few different things including crabs.
An intestinal blockage could cause those symptoms! It is very important that someone with those symptoms see a doctor immediately.
I only had one course of depo and have now been off it for 3 months, I have had horrible abdominal pain, cramps and back aches, do not ever take this drug, IT'S HORRIBLE!
No. But consuming a lot of undigestable paper can cause you to have stomach pains or abdominal cramps, and might possibly damage the lining of the intestines.
Pregnancy can cause cramps.
I'm an RN, never heard of anyone complain of leg cramps with Coumadin. However leg cramps, redness swelling or tenderness in the calves can be signs of a DVT (blood clot in the leg). Probably your best bet would be to consult your doctor and rule out anything serious.