Conditions with symptom: 'abdomen pain'
my baby is 6 months old and is in the neck, abdomen and body parts a rash, which doctors have not the problem, let me know if I can help or recommend a specialist
Hello. I am 23 female. I have been having this problem for a few weeks now. I have been diagnosed with SLE lupus not sure if it's due to the condition or not but I have pains in my stomach everyday and I go to the toilet a few times when I do go its very painfull some times there is blood sometimes it's not. The pain is a very sharp knife like pain I am not constipated and afterwards when I'm finished I get a sharp shooting pain feels like I can't wall properly and I can't sit its lasts for around 15 mins then the pain starts to slow down. I am really embarrassed to see my gp what could it be?
Hi I'm Leon 13 this year , turning 14. I have a pain when I touch it penis in the right side. The pain is located at the neck(?) of my penis. Or a little lower. Please help, the pain is very annoying. I'm uncircumcised, foreskin has pulled back but not exposing all of my glans
Hi Leon. If this has been worrying you for a while then there are a few things it could be so I need you to be sensible and visit your Doctor. The doctor will be able to ask you a series of quick questions and work out what it is. Be very honest with your answers and don't worry. Let us know how you get on OK.
My 9 year old son complained of pain and a white discharge when he peed, and complains of belly pain. Are these common symptoms of a UTI, or could there be another problem?
My 5 year old son suffers from severe stomach pain, its distressing for me to watch him in so much pain so it must be horrible to feel the pain all the time, I have took him to see doctors on many occasions and just keep been told he has gastroenteritis, I know this is not the case. He has had 9 operations since he was born, 3 of them were bowel surgery and lasted 8 hours each. Last time I took him to see a doctor he came to the conclusion that my son has adhesions and gave him medicine containing chloroform which is vile tasting and he won't take it. Can adhesions be removed? This is stopping him from having a normal life and is also affecting his school work.
I have had an anal fissure for about a year or so now. And it keeps getting worse. I thought it would heal on its own but it hasn't. And it cause a great deal of pain. I don't know what to do. I'm embarrassed to confront my parents about this. But the pain is becoming to much to handle. Im only 15, and there is a lot of blood everytime I use the bathroom... Why should I do?
Hi I have had the same, stupidly I wasn't drinking enough, became dehydrated which caused constipation. When I went it was so hard due to lack of fluids & tore me. The fissure didn't go away like I thought it would. I then avoided going to the loo as long as possible as it hurt so much. The Dr gave me some internal cream & muscle relaxant... Awful I know but it really helped! Not completely healed but I've also not used it as much as I should. Don't suffer as it creates a behavioural problem cycle- you need to poo- you hold it in for fear of pain- the poo gets bigger- you cant hold on- you tense your muscles with fear- your bum tears further & your in more pain. Just see the Dr they didn't examine me I just told symptoms & was given cream... It really is that easy!
Just go see a doctor, you shouldn't be embaressed. If you actually read the article above it states that everyone gets them, even children. It also gives you other suggestions on how to treat them. Before I knew what it was I was also embaressed, until I told my friend and she told me she has had one and that everyone gets them. Just tell your parents, it's not like it it's an STD. :) Goodluck
Hi, I'm 17, and I've looked around quite a lot online, but a lot of the symptoms don't seen revelant to me, such as pain when urinating, therefore nothing exactly describes my current 'conditon.' Neither flaccid nor erect can I pull my foreskin back over the bell-end, at best a little over half way (only at this point does it prove to cause any sort of pain whatsoever,) although, at times during masterbation I feel I could pull the foreskin back over the top, but having a feeling it might get stuck - in which case I'd need medical treatment. Me and my girlfriend are getting pretty serious now, starting to engage in sexual relations, but this is kinda knocking my confidence down, with it all, and I don't know whether it'll cause me any pain during sex.. I'm grateful for any advice :)
Hi Aaron. Take a step back. I wouldn't advise entering into any penetrative sexual relations until you are fully confident with the operation of your penis. It could indeed be painful. If your girlfriend loves you then she will understand and wait. You need to focus on stretching your foreskin at every opportunity so that you can pull it back over the bell-end and forward again. Do this always when you take a bath or shower and eventually it will move easily. At first it may be difficult to pull forward if you are erect. Just wait until it goes down and after a bit of fiddling you will get it forward again. Very unlikely that it will get stuck. Regarding pain when urinating...continue to monitor this. If it gets worse or the urine flow starts to reduce significantly. Go and see your Doctor. Hope this helps.
My almost 3 year old son has been complaining of pain when urinating so I took him to the doctors and he said it is due to his foreskin being too tight. Apparently the worst case he has seen as he couldn't even see a hole. He has referred him for circumcision but that seems quite drastic to me as he hasn't had any infections etc. I understand doctors generally know what they are talking about but I don't want to put my baby under any unnecessary pain! Any thoughts?
There are creams and stretching methods which would be less extreme, especially as you say with no infections. There is a rare condition that affects my husband's family where they have little to no opening, my stepson was around 6 I think when he was circumcised, he had problems from birth, was getting infections and his foreskin ballooning with trapped urine. Circumcision was still the last option.
I can see why you are worried and circumcision is drastic action. There seems to be an internet obsession with Phimosis and as long as he can pee, surely it's OK. Remember he has been peeing for nearly 3 years!!!! You could go for a second opinion? I am a firm believer in the value of warm baths. This softens all skin especially the foreskin and makes it easier to move. Try this and when washing him, gently trying to move the foreskin back a little. I doubt he'll notice what you are doing and it may help. As he gets older his foreskin will get plenty of exercise and will move easier. Good luck and take care.
Hey I get tightness 50% of the time. I'm 15 so erections are frequent and happen in the most ridiculous places and when i do get and erection the foreskin tries to pull itself back but gets stuck half way and causes a bit of pain. I can't push it up back over the head of the penis so to reduce the pain I have to pull the foreskin all the way back over the penis which gives me a big bit of pain then just a little but the point is its still there. what makes this worse it the head of the penis starts rubbing against my briefs making either my penis sore and or making my erection last even longer giving pain. when my penis goes soft after pulling the foreskin back (as i have no idea how long my erection will last or when I'm going to get another) the skin stays back and because it is soft the penis head rubs against my briefs even more. As I still go to school I can't always push and pull the foreskin discreetly. please give me some advice that can sort this problem as I don't want to get circumcised many thanks
Hi Kai. Don't worry, you can sort this out without circumcision. Some foreskins, like yours automatically pull back on erection. What should happen is that when you go soft, the foreskin goes back forward. Yours doesn't because it is still a little bit tight. Persevere with more stretching exercises in the bath or shower and this will loosen it up, reducing the pain, subsequent rubbing and soreness. Also, when you do get an erection don't pull it back over the bell end to relieve it because it will stay there. Leave the foreskin where it stops naturally, grit your teeth and bear the pain for a bit. The erection should go down more quickly, allowing your foreskin to move forward by itself. Hope this helps...let us know how you get on.
My 11 year old son has been suffering from stomach pain for the last few days but only told me last night. He said that it has him short for breath and the pain is quite sharp. He has woke this morning saying he feels sick and his tummy is still tender. I pressed on his tummy and it feels quite hard but he has been going to the toilet as normal. Can anyone offer any advice?
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