Lower right abdominal pain with lump?
I am having episodes of pain in my lower right abdominal area. A knot forms between my right hip bone and belly button. The knot is extremely painful to the touch and hurts more with some movements, especially coughing. This happens once or twice a week and lasts for about two hours. I have nausea during that time. Has anyone ever experienced this?
You may have a hernia or maybe appendicitis – go to web search and go to mayo clinic.com and click on symptom checker – this may help
Have you seen a MD yet – you really should go and get it checked out
especially if the pain persist, worsens or have a fever. Don’t mess around – go see your MD
what type of drugs are appropriate for estrogen therapy?
are the following drugs advisable to administer on patients with cystocele that are in need of estrogen therapy, if not, what can be administered:
are there other drugs that can be used on patients with cystocele
Up to Date:
Cystocele: hernia of the bladder with associated descent of the anterior vaginal segment.
There is no evidence estrogen therapy will prevent prolapse or that it is an effective treatment of prolapse symptoms.
Mayo Clinic/University of Maryland Medical Center:
This site states that a doctor may recommend using estrogen — either orally or in a vaginal cream — if the patient has already experienced menopause. This is because estrogen, which helps keep pelvic muscles strong, decreases after menopause.
Your doctor is in a better position to assess your condition, weigh the benefits/risk of estrogen therapy, and to recommend the most appropriate medication for you if it is indicated.
Also note that there is no consensus of estrogen therapy for cystocele.
where does a hernia hurt?
does a hernia hurt around the butthole? and where all does it hurt?
Mayo Clinic has info on different types of hernias. This one is intestinal. They also have a symptom checker. Try that once you are on the site. It sounds more like a hemorrhoid. You can read about that on the site also.
Good luck figuring it out. I hope you are better soon. When in doubt, go to the doctor!
I experience a semi-sharp pain on the left side of my chest when drinking cold liquids.?
For the last 4 days, whenever I drink cold liquids, I get a quick sharp pain just to the left of my sternum which goes away after a second or two. This only happens when I drink cold liquids though. That’s pretty much the only symptom I have, but it’s totally not normal for me. My father’s a paramedic and I asked him his thoughts and his immediate response it could be a possible hiatal hernia, but I have no other symptoms. No burping or anything like that either. There have been no immediate injuries or anything strenuous that could’ve caused this. I don’t want to go to the doctor just yet if it’s nothing big. However, I was just wondering if anyone had any ideas or has heard of this before. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
. You might want to read the Mayo Clinic site. There are a lot of possibilities.
The AMA site says: “…Normal persons often note chest or back pain during rapid ingestion of cold liquids, commonly believed to result from cold-induced “spasm” of esophageal muscle.”
Even YahooHealth has some info: “…The cause of esophageal spasm is unknown. Many doctors believe it results from a disruption of the nerve activity that coordinates the swallowing action of the esophagus. In some people, very hot or very cold foods may trigger an episode. .
why does my right testicle hurt?
the pain comes and goes..its a little pain it doesnt hurt that much.. its just random when it happens. it used to happen alot when i played soccer. every time i ran fast it began to hurt alot for about 2 weeks.i have hernia is that the reason why it hurts.?
You should check with your doctor. However, if you don’t have medical insurance, use a Country facility. Go to Mayo Clinic online–there you will find every symptom and possible diagnosis available. However, a warning, hernias ARE life threatening. When you are on the Mayo Clinic’s website–do a search.
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