What could be wrong for a female to have discharge that does not smell and lower back pain stomach pain and frequent urination?
I read recently in Yahoo health that these symptoms can be associated with ovarian cancer, which was previously thought to be symptomless. Especially the frequent urination during periods was pointed out as frequent in women who suffer from this disease. check out Yahoo health or read up on ovarian cancer. Best of luck.
Your symptoms sound like a bladder infection, which is easily treated. In order to be properly diagnosed, you need to go to your doctor. You will have to give a urine sample which will tell if you have an infection or not, and he/she may put you on antibiotics. If this is the case, be aware in advance that some antibiotics may cause a yeast infection. If the pain changes, you will need to get treated for that aswell. Trust me when I say, it's easier to see a doctor than hope the pain will go away.
This sounds like the symptoms of pregnancy to me. If there is no possibility of that, then I dont know what it could be.
I began having this problem too when I was around 18 yrs old. It gradually got worse until my gynecologist recommended I see a urinologist where, after a cystoscopy, I was diagnosed with interstitial cystitis. It is a bladder disease they are finding in young women more and more these days. It might be a possibility if you are having frequent urination and pains. I suggest you do some research on it as there are many things that trigger these symptoms that can help such as not drinking caffeine, staying away from acidic foods, etc...
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It depends on what the lower stomache pains feel like. If it is a crampy type pain, then yes, this can be a symptom of pregnancy ,as is lower back pain. Within the first 20 weeks.
Answer . \nwell if your a woman those are some main symptoms of pregnancy trust me im 8 months pregnant. Answer . If you are a woman and the discharge you are talking about is blood, either you are going through a (bad) menstrual cycle or you have a UTI (urinary tract infection...A.K.A bladde…r infection (MORE)
What could be wrong if you have sore nipples and sharp pains in your breasts and cramping in your stomach with lower back pains and a missed period plus nausea and headaches?
The missed period suggest you may be pregnant, take a test. If it comes up negative see a doctor as you may have a hormonal problem. answer Hi missed period can be caused by stress, age and diet. Some girls have irregular periods which can be a longer cycle or it can cause a period to skip a …month. Girls who think they could be pregnant stress and cause there period to be late. Your mind can also play tricks on you some symptoms which you have loads of girl get. I got them because I thought I was pregnant when I weren't. When you think your pregnant you experience pregnancy symptoms and then you think you are. If you think there is something wrong go to the doctors. If you think your pregnant then go get a pregnancy test and find out if you are and not. It could be also symptoms of a period. Which is also confusing. I know some symptoms of early pregnancy which are: Feeling sick or having morning sickness tiredness metallic taste in mouth bleeding gums gaining weight or losing weight Headaches Sore boobs More toilet visits I know sore nipples is a sign of coming on cause I always get sore nipples just before I'm due on. Cramping and pains and back ache and back pains is also a sign of a period on it's way. Some girls don't know there pregnant because they don't feel or go through pregnancy symptoms in early pregnancy. (MORE)
Answer . Yes, but they are also symptoms of a urinary tract infection.\n. \nYou might of course be pregnant AND have a UTI.\n. \ntake tests for both.
What's wrong if you have thick clear discharge with no smell and it always happens a week after your period and you have a lot of lower back pain with it?
I would say this has to do with ovulation. Around the time of ovulation (about day 10-14 on a 28 day cycle) you will find your cervical mucus is clear and you feel very "wet" in your vagina area. The cervical mucus aids conception by keeping the sperm alive. You will find this mucus is very slippery… and stretchy. When you are not ovulating, your mucus will usually be white/cream colour and your vagina area will feel "dryer". This mucus is sticky rather than slippery. It is toxic to sperm. The lower back pain could have to do with ovulation. Some women have pain similar to menstrual pain while ovulating. (MORE)
Answer . \nNo. Lower stomach pain isn't normal. It could mean many things. Infection or you just strained a musle. It would be safer to ask a doctor just to be sure.
Need more info than that: maybe how low, where abouts, what's affected, type of pain, how long, when worst/better, any backache, family history, what sort of sensation is it (burning, crawling, stabbing) worse standing or lying
I have intermittent pain in the lower abdomen which radiates down my lower left thigh.. The pain also moves to my lower left back. I just woke up to pain at 2 am . I am mildly constipated and I experience bad smell when I go to toilet. I am also bloated. There is unusual amount of gas in my stomach.… What could be the cause of my symptoms? (MORE)
Answer . Get yourself to the emergency dep't. of your local hospital, or if you have a gastroenterologist, call the office and get an emergency app't; better be safe than sorry.
Answer . you could be but you need to get to the dr, and get an ultra sound . Answer . ITS POSSIBLE THE IUD JUST SHIFTED YOU NEED TO SEE YOUR DOCTOR ABOUT IT
What does it mean when you have a lower back pain with lower abdominal pain with a clear white discharge?
This question requires a medical assessment of the person suffering these problems. That can be obtained from a Physician or perhaps a Physician's Assistant or Nurse. Anyone needing an answer to a question like this who does not have ready access to their own doctor should seek advice at a clinic or… hospital emergency room.. Never put any trust in medical answers to specific medical questions in a forum like this. (MORE)
Could you be pregnant if you are scheduled to have your period in less than a week and are experincing nausea for a week lower back pain lower stomach pain?
Answer . While nausea can be an early sign of pregnancy, the pain symptoms are not. It might be a good idea to get a doctor to check if you've felt like this for more than a day or two.
Answer . These aren't symptoms of early pregnancy, so it would be a good idea to check with the doctor to discover why they are hurting.
Answer . You MIGHT have a kidney stone. If I were you though, I would go see a doctor soon. Pain at the end of urinating IS NOT GOOD. It could be other things also. You just should go see a doctor
Pinched nerve . Superficial bruise . Vitamin deficiency . Psychosomatic pain . Sunburn . Pulled hair . Gun shot wound . Instrument left in back from previous surgery . Scoliosis . Strained muscle . Belt too tight . Bee sting
If your dad is suffering from lower stomach pain that goes aroundhis back, he may have an ulcer. He also may be experiencing painfrom an inflammatory disease in his kidneys.
\nNo It's a sign of pms. You don't get sharp pains in the stomach during pregnancy.
\nThere are so many things that cause low back pain...\n. \nYou can have a bulging --or herniated--disc... the discs between each vertebra have nerves in them, and the stretching can cause a lot of deep central (middle back) pain.\n. \nYou can have muscle spasms from lifting something too heavy an…d injuring a muscle (there are a LOT of muscles in your back).\n. \nYour kidneys are just under the bottom row of ribs... in the flank area... Rarely something in a kidney can give you back pain (a kidney stone would give you back pain AND pain going into your groin).\n. \nHope this helps... Perhaps if you told me more... (MORE)
Can lower back pain be cause by stomach bloating It could be an acute fungal infection, an STI or a sever urinary tract. Or perhaps signs of pregnancy, best to visit your gynaecologist.
What is wrong if you are frequently urinating have upset stomach all day long and pain in the area where your kidneys or ovaries are?
There are a number of things it could be - gastro, kidney stones, urinary tract infection. You will need to take other things into account such as your age, lifestyle, fever, before making a diagnoses. I would drink lots and lots of water (no sugar drinks) and see a doctor if it is still there after… 24 hours. (MORE)
It can be a sign of urinary tract infection. A urine test should bedone to either confirm or rule out an infection. This condition iscommonly treated with antibiotics or herbal medicine calleddiuretic and anti-inflammatory pill.
I am not sure as i am not a medical student. But on an experience basis, when i suffered pain in lower right back for a long time which was too unbearable.. In medical diagonsis i found to have kidney stones.. Drink as much water you can,it works really, stone was out of my body without operation,… because as per doctor suggestion i drink lots of water daily, as a result urine was passed with great pressure.. stomach pain due to careless ness in meal, or also due to stone.. Watch the colour of your urine.. If its red or dark yellow,take quick diagonasis by doctor (MORE)
What if you have a missed period for 2 months lower abdominal pain lower back pain excessive urination and negative pregnancy test what could be wrong?
Could be a problem in the urinary or reproductive tract. See your health care provider for an exam.
For a proper diagnosis, I recommend that you see your doctor and don't be shy about revealing any information. Your doctor has seen it all and knows about all sorts of complications and embarrassing bodily function/problems. It is important not to hide or leave out any information if you have a part…icular issue. (MORE)
Your period is 3 days late lower back pain frequent bowel movements and stomach pain at night does this mean im pregnant?
there could be many reasons why your period is late, stress, illness, its best to do a pregnancy test or visi a doctor. Three days late isn't usually much to worry about just yet.
pinched nerve It could also be a muscle spasm, a UTI or something else, if it persist better see a doctor.
What could cause these symptoms upper stomach cramping like an empty stomach growl pain pain in middle back severe pain in lower back mixed with sciatic nerve pain nausea headaches fatigue?
My best bet is a slipped disc or similar causing impingement to the nerve root. It is common to have effects posterior and anterior (front and back) or in this case, lower back and stomach - at the same time. Unfortunately sciatic nerve problems can commonly cause nausea and headaches and fatigue. T…he medical system / research is still lacking in this area stillafter so many years, symptoms and numbers affected. You should seek a proper assessment and get some releif by traction or a TENS machine. (MORE)
Could you be pregnant? Check that if not could be you are either having excessive gas in your stomach or blotting or digestive problems.
If you had pain in the lower right pelvic area pain in your lower right abdomen and on the right side of your stomach and you recently got treated for chlamydia and gonorrhea what could be wrong?
You could have pelvic inflammatory disease and a specific related condition called Fitz Hugh Curtis syndrome, or you could have another disese most likely appendicitis or a kidney problem. You need to contact your health care provider urgently, or go to the emergency room, to be evaluated.
If Your A Woman It Could Be Your Period And A Crap Or Urine Infection
What could be wrong with my daughter she is having pain in the lower abdomen having nausia and vomiting and stomach painful to the touch?
Lower right abdomen pain could indicate appendicitis; vomiting and painful to the touch symptoms fit, too. In any case, get her to a doctor. If it is appendicitis she will need emergency surgery or she may die.
What could be wrong you have lower pain in the middle bottom of your stomach and its pressure when you urine?
If you're a female, it can possibly be a Urinary Tract Infection. Common symptoms for this in females is an uncomfortable pressure above the pubic bone, men experience a fullness in the rectum. I could be wrong, but UTI's are pretty common, so seriously consider a visit to a doctor! I and good luck!… (MORE)
Oh, oh. From experience, that is an indicator of a kidney problem. SEE A DOCTOR.
probably something he/she ate, it is better to have a vet check it out that to guess, a cat's digestive system is very fragile.
Is it possible that you could be pregnant? If so, take a pregnancy test Is it possible that you could have an STD/STI (sexually transmitted disease/infection)? If so, get checked out by a nurse, doctor or gynaecologist and don't have sex until they've given you the all clear
In male patients problems the prostate can refer pain to the lower back. If the pain is from trying to urinate the problem could be due to inflammed or abnormal prostate. If the same pain presents when bearing down to pass a bowel movement then the problem is most likely spinal in nature. The only w…ay to determine this would be via an exam from your medical or chiropractic doctor. (MORE)
Sounds like you have an infection, either in your bladder, ovaries or kidneys. Go see a doctor.
i think that this pain is caused by many reasons: standing for a long time and in wrong way ;wearing high heels ...and overweight
it could be a number of things depending on exactally where its located and if youre male or female.
Some people have pelvic pain with early pregnancy, but it's a symptom that deserves an exam. Pelvic pain has a number of causes, and pelvic pain with risk of pregnancy needs an exam this week. PLease make an appointment or go to a walk in clinic.
frequent urination could be the result of a UTI and the back pain if I'm not mistaken is actually your kidneys letting you know you're dehydrated from urinating so much if that's the case Azo pills from walmart and cranberry juice should fix it along with lots of water to flush your system
What does it mean if you are having lower back pains and side pains an the lower part of your stomach?
This could be a kidney infection and needs to be evaluated by your doctor or midwife ASAP.
What does stomach cramps constipation frequent urination tiredness dizziness back pain gas and slight vaginal odor mean?
It means you are on your period or you need to go to the doctor jeez!
Really, anything. It could be something wrong with your brain, a pinched nerve in your spine, a tumor, a sprain, or something even more trivial. One symptom alone is not enough to say anything with any degree of certainty. If it is ongoing, odds are it is a pinched nerve and it does happen. This c…an be caused by a herniated disc any many other things. I would look up herniated discs on google to see if that is what you are feeling (you can herniate a disc in your sleep, so you might not remember any trauma) (MORE)
Are leg Cramps pin like needle pain in stomach and frequent urination and lower back pain also excess of saliva and visible veins on Breast and other parts of the body sign of Pregnancy?
I have never heard of leg cramps or needle pain as a symptom but definitely frequent urination, lower back pain, excess saliva, breast tenderness, darker veins and cramping.
If it is associated with a kidney infection like mine was it could cause pain in lower back
The stomach has nothing to do with the urine. However, if you are confused about where the pain is, it might be kidney pain, as the kidneys are behind the stomach and a little bit lower down in the abdomen. It sounds like you might have a urinary infection and should see a doctor.
Kidney infection, Urinary Tract infection, Cysts or worse. If its been going on more than a couple of days, PLEASE see a DR. might not be seriuous but could be!
Kidney infection, Urinary Tract infection, Cysts or worse. If its been going on more than a couple of days, PLEASE see a DR. might not be seriuous but could be!
There can be many causes of lower back pain. May be due to overexertion or some degenerative pathology. Your family physician will guide you or may go for the expert opinion, that is the opinion of the spine specialist.