I have a big mole near the front of my nose and it really bothers me alot. Some people critisize me for it.,I felt so dis-beauty and I want it to be remove. Anyone here knows where and how much does ...
when i lay down at night on my right side i feel something move in my upper part of my stomach and kick my bac
my stomach sometimes it takes my breath away it hurts so bad its in the upper right of my stomach and goes into the lower right of my back what could this be tha moves like that? it makes it very hard to turn over in bed because of the pain
Sounds like something serious you should go to the doctors ASAP good Luck
It could be stomach spasms or an ulcer. You really need to see a doctor, sweety. Muscles that go into spasms do indeed move sometimes. You can even see them sometimes in your calves muscles. You could have a spasti colon as well. Let us know what it is and how you're doing when you find out. Tina
If you're a girl maybe you're pregnant. either way see a doctor!
My first thought was something to do with your kidneys, but Im not a doctor- just obsessive-compulsive when it comes to illnesses/diseases
I would go to www.webmd.com and check the symptom checker and most definately go to a Dr.
The Invisible Woman
I don't know if you are a man or woman so I will give you advice for both
Woman You might be pregnant, if you are still having regular periods it can be normal. Go to a OB/GYN or just a GYN
Man or woman You might be constipated and are back up and it can be very painful. It could be apendicitis
The main symptom of appendicitis is belly (abdominal) pain. The pain can feel like indigestion or like you need to have a bowel movement or pass gas.
You may have appendicitis if:
You have pain in your belly. The pain begins around your belly button but is felt all over your belly.
Within several hours, the pain gets stronger and then moves below your belly button on your right side (the lower right quadrant). The pain does not go away and gets worse when you move, walk, or cough.
You have pain in the upper right quadrant.
You feel nauseous or throw up a few times. You also may not feel like eating.
You have constipation, back pain, a slight fever, or a swollen abdomen.
You feel tired and do not have a lot of energy.
I suggest going to the doctor to get checked out.