The following Conditions are related to Abdominal pain

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  • Abdominal wall defect

    There is no cure for abdominal wall defects, but there are ways to treat them.There are four main types of abdominal wall defects:Ventral herniasOmphaloceleGastroschisisDiastasis recti (separation of the abdominal muscles)If you have one or more of these conditions, there are several treatments that may help you lead a normal life.Surgery is usually required to repair  Read More

  • Chlamydia in women

    Chlamydia is a bacterial sexually transmitted infection that affects both men and women. It's important to be tested for chlamydia because if left untreated, it can lead to pelvic inflammatory disease (PID) in women. PID can cause infertility or ectopic pregnancy (a pregnancy outside of the uterus).There are a few medications that can help treat chlamydia in women, but there is no cure for this infection.  Read More

  • Endometrial ablation

    Unfortunately, there is no cure or medication for endometrial ablation. The treatment is meant to fix problems with the uterus that cause heavy bleeding, and it usually does so for a period of time. After that time period has passed, though, the symptoms may return, and you may have to get another endometrial ablation.First and foremost, talk to your doctor about what kind of pain management options they can offer.  Read More

  • Fitz hugh curtis syndrome

    Fitz-Hugh-Curtis syndrome is a rare disorder that occurs almost exclusively in women. It is characterized by inflammation of the membrane lining the stomach (peritoneum) and the tissues surrounding the liver (perihepatitis). The muscle that separates the stomach and the chest (diaphragm), which plays an essential role in breathing, may also be affected. Common symptoms include severe pain in the upper right area (quadrant) of the abdomen, feve  Read More

  • Rokitansky's disease

    Budd-Chiari syndrome is a rare disorder characterized by narrowing and obstruction (occlusion) of the veins of the liver (hepatic veins). Symptoms associated with Budd Chiari syndrome include pain in the upper right part of the abdomen, an abnormally large liver (hepatomegaly), and/or accumulation of fluid in the space (peritoneal cavity) between the two layers of the membrane that lines the stomach (ascites). Additional findings that may be a  Read More