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Tenderness on the left of stomach near belly button, numbness on back radiating to leg. Cause?

I feel tenderness on the left side of my stomach beside my belly button. But it s not a bad pain. I notice when I look myself on the mirror it looks like swelling a little bit like a pin going ball. And now my back feels numb a bit going down to my left leg . I have no fever or any nausea or blood on stool or urine. I don t have the symptoms except this . I am worried . Pls help
Asked On : Thu, 14 Feb 2013
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DEAR SIR/MADAM

USUALLY PAIN IN THE LEFT SIDE OF THE STOMACH CAUSED BY GASTRITIS PAIN WHICH USUALLY RELIEVES BY TAKING ANTACIDS OR COLD WATER. IF IT IS HAPPENING TO YOU THEN IT MIGHT BE DUE TO GASTRITIS.
SECONDLY PAIN IN THE LEFT SIDE OF THE STOMACH USUALLY CAUSED BY GALL BLADDER STONES OR RENAL STONES, WHICH CAUSES VAGUE ABDOMINAL PAIN WHICH RADIATES TO BACK AND NECK.
CONFIRM IT BY DOING U S G ABDOMEN AND PELVIS ONCE.

LUMBAR DISC HERNIATION OR DISC ROOT COMPRESSION WHICH CAUSES LOSS OF SENSATION, NUMBNESS AND PAIN GOING DOWN THE LEFT LEG.
CONFIRM IT BY MRI SCAN OF LUMBAR DISC.

THANKS

Answered: Sat, 22 Jun 2013
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