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Sharp pain under the ribs, reduced appetite, faint pulse, mouth ulcers, writing difficulty. What could be wrong?

Pale, Sharp pain under rib left side in day again felt something pushing. Appetite reduced. Going to bed felt queasy, heart rate faint hard to feel pulse. In night 3am had sharp pains in her shins

Breath really bad, ulcer in mouth. Excessive thirst. Difficulty writing and spelling, double vision and writing on TV felt like it was spacing out couldn't read, Appetite reduced. Awake in night sharp lower abdominal pain
Woke with lower abdominal pain, no temperature, vomited, pain under chest

Asked On : Tue, 9 Apr 2013
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Hi ! Possibly the patient had a splenic infarction/hemorrage due to some kind of bleeding disorder. Sometimes a anaemia like sickle cell anemia also gives rise to such symptoms of knee pain and sharp lower abdominal pain. Please get the patient investigated accordingly with an ultrasound abdomen after consulting your doctor.
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