Pain between the chest and pelvic regions is called abdomen or abdominal pain. The common causes of abdominal pain are constipation, diarrhea, stomach infection, acid reflux, stress, and vomiting. Appendicitis, gallbladder stone, and kidney stones result in severe abdominal pain.
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Query: Hi doctor, I am a 37-year-old male. My height is 170 cm, and my weight is 56 kg. I have the following symptoms related to my abdomen; Burning sensation in the right abdomen for last three years. Weight loss of about 5% every year for the past five years. Diarrhea after eating spicy food, milk, or ... Read Full »
Answer: Hi, Welcome to icliniq.com. I did not find a complete CT scan (computed tomography) report, but I assume that your reports are normal. It seems you search a lot on the internet to understand your issues. Kindly remember that it causes more confusion and more question than answers. CT sca... Read Full »
Query: Hi doctor, A 47-year-old male of height 170 cms, weight 74 kgs with normal BP and sugar level, has discomfort in stomach, particularly right-hand side after meals feeling of heaviness for last four months. Presently not taking any medicines. The bowel movement is timely in 15 minutes to 30 minutes ... Read Full »
Answer: Hi, Welcome to icliiq.com. I have gone through your report (attachments removed to protect the patient's identity). Your pain is most likely due to hemangioma only. Hemangioma are benign tumors that generally do not cause any harm. They require surgical removal when pain is severe. If pain is ... Read Full »
Query: Hello doctor, I am a 52 year old female. Two weeks back, I had severe abdomen pain and got a sonography done. I have been diagnosed with amebic liver abscess. It was identified 13 days back and I was admitted in hospital for three days and was given saline and Metronidazole dosages, but still not re... Read Full »
Answer: Hi, Welcome to icliniq.com. If no improvement is present even after antibiotics, I would recommend a CT scan to confirm whether it is an abscess or something else. If CT scan confirms that it is liver abscess, then would just put a sonographic guided needle in the abscess and drain out all the pus. ... Read Full »