I have a pain in my lower right abdomen . I have not been sick of had stomach upset but the pain is worse when i take a deep breathe or move around. Sometimes the pain is also stabbing . I am worried ...
For the past two weeks, I ve been experiecning constant pain that seem to move from the middle ... in that order. This pain is constant. Now and then, I feel this pain in my abdomen . The pain I feel under my ...
hour shift where I was on my feet the whole time and when I left I had to lift my left leg to get into the car. I was in a lot of pain in my left lower back and from there down my leg to my feet. I could ...
of masurbation i have left lowerleg including knee pain and it persist for 2 or 3 days ....now i used ...?kindly give me a good consultation ...... one more thing sir ,when comparing to left lowerabdomen (inguinal ...
I had lower back pain last week and its a lot better now, but today when I walk especially when I put weight on my right leg, I have pain in a spot in my lower right abdomen. it hurts a little without ...
Hello, I am suffering with really bad lower back pain . It seems like it is my right bum cheek. I ve been getting it on and off for about 2 weeks but tonight I can hardy move. It hurts to movewhen I ...
Lower back pain. Sometimes pain going down both legs. Painful to sit.Only comfortable laying down with legs propped up. Pressure when standing. Severe pain.
It looks to me that you are having disc herniation. For this get MRI of spine. Till that time take pregabalin and methylcobal tablet.
I have a pain in shoulder
joint at the top of your shoulder), you may be advised to avoid moving your arm across your body. You may also be given a sling (a supportive bandage) to wear to support your arm for up to a week after your injury.
If you injure your shoulder, for example while playing sport, you can apply an ice pack to the affected area to reduce inflammation and pain.
You should apply the ice pack for 10-30 minutes. A bag of frozen peas, or similar, will also work well. Wrap the ice pack in a towel to avoid it directly touching your skin and causing ice burn.
If your pain is mild, taking painkillers such as paracetamol or codeine may be enough to control it. Always follow the dosage instructions on the packet to ensure the medicine is suitable and that you do not take too much.
If your shoulder pain is more severe, your GP may recommend or prescribe a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID) such as ibuprofen, diclofenac or naproxen.
As well as easing the pain, NSAIDs can also help reduce swelling in your shoulder capsule. They are most effective when taken regularly rather than when your symptoms are most painful.
Corticosteroids are medicines that contain steroids, which are a type of hormone. Hormones are powerful chemicals that have a wide range of effects on the body, including reducing swelling and pain.
You may be prescribed corticosteroid tablets for frozen shoulder. Some evidence suggests these may provide short-term pain relief for a few weeks. However, it is not clear whether corticosteroid tablets are any better than other treatment options, such as corticosteroid injections.
Corticosteroid tablets can also cause a number of side effects.
Read more about the side effects of corticosteroids.
If your shoulder pain is severe, such as in certain cases of frozen shoulder, painkillers may not be enough to control the pain. In this case, you may have corticosteroids injected into and around your
the next day after taking the ipill i am having lowerabdomenpain.. not severe but it is there... like cramps which come and go... why does this happen?
Hello and welcome to HCM,
The lower abdominal pain is unlikely to be due to pill.
The pain can be due to gastrointestinal tract pain, pain associated with ovulation, menstrual pain, etc.
If you experience the pain for long you can consult your doctor for further work up.
Thanks and take care
Dr Shailja P Wahal
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