Constipation Pain Location

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Pelvic Pain Tracy Irwin, MD, MPH Assistant Professor University of Illinois at Chicago. Location, Duration, Timing, Quality, Character, Alleviating and Aggravating – Constipation – Inflammatory Bowel Disease Ulcerative Colitis or Crohn’s Disease

Figure 1. Location of the colon in the body. Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS): Introduction Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), which is classified as a functional gastrointestinal disorder, is a chronic condition of the lower

564.09 Other constipation (Coded for Opioid-Induced Constipation) 724.1 Pain in Thoracic spine 724.2 Lumbago 724.5 Back Ache NOS Location of Back pain: Other: Specify: Healthcare Provider's Signature Date Insurer Name: Insurer Phone #:

Massage to identify the colon’s exact location (Kellogg, 1923). Abdominal massage may have inadvertently treated scar tissue or trigger points in the muscles of the constipation, less abdominal pain, and more bowel move-ments than the control group.

Diarrhea, constipation. 6. For peritoneal adhesions: are there episodes of colic, distention, nausea, and/or Pain – location, type, precipitating, alleviating factors. 12. History of neoplasm: a. Date of diagnosis, diagnosis. b.

Patient Information Profile Please fill in bubbles completely (example: Complaints (pain location, intensity, radiation): Constipation? Yes No . Diarrhea? Yes No . Rash?

Signs and Symptoms of Childhood Cancer: A Guide for Early Recognition IOANNA FRAGKANDREA, MD, and pain (abdominal location), constipation, enuresis, precocious puberty or amenorrhea, vaginal bleeding, leg weakness, neurologic symptoms

CHRONIC FUNCTIONAL ABDOMINAL PAIN Reprinted with permission from the IFFGD. Originally printed in Participate — Vol 7 No 1, Spring 1998. Go to the IFFGD website for Information on subscribing to Participate (and becoming an IFFGD member).

FORSYTH COUNTY EMS MEDICAL PROTOCOLS Approved by: _____ R.L. Alson, M.D. October * Pain (location / migration) * Tenderness / Distension * Nausea / Vomiting * Diarrhea * Dysuria / Hematauria * Constipation * Vaginal bleeding (discharge) * Pregnancy * Rectal bleeding Associated symptoms:

Pain (location / migration) Tenderness Nausea Vomiting Diarrhea Dysuria Constipation Vaginal bleeding / discharge Pregnancy Associated Symptoms: (Helpful to localize source) Fever, headache, weakness, malaise, myalgias, cough, mental status changes, rash

FUNCTIONAL ABDOMINAL PAIN CHARACTERISTIC LOCATION • PERIUMBILICAL o MOST PATIENTS • MIDEPIGASTRIC o SOME PATIENTS Boorman LE, Vanderhoof JA. Increasing oral fluids in chronic constipation in children. Gastroenterol Nurs 1998;,121(4):156-161. 45. Vanderhoof X Malabsorption in the

Type of Headache Location of Pain Quality of Pain Duration of Pain Pain Level Other Common Symptoms Common Triggers Migraine without aura Often one-sided,

location: Michigan Heart and Vascular Institute, 5325 Elliott Dr., Suite, Although an anal fissure can cause pain and bleeding, agents may resolve constipation, but are also given to some patients with diarrhea

Lower GI: Large and Small Intestines Abdominal Pain • Parietal Pain – From parietal peritoneum – More intense and localized – Usually lateralized

Constipation, diarrhea (frequency, severity, duration, and episodic or not?). 4. Abdominal pain – location. 3. For fistula – location, presence of discharge. 4. Ostomy present- type. 5. Abdominal mass. 6. Signs of anemia. 7. Weight – gain or loss.

Pattern of pain can be described, the location of the TrP generating that pain can be found. Sometimes those patterns are in the area of the TrP, and some- constipation, vomiting, anor-exia, nausea and urinary problems, and they are responsible for much menstrual pain.

Diarrhea, constipation. 6. For peritoneal adhesions: are there episodes of colic, distention, nausea, and/or Pain – location, type, precipitating, alleviating factors. 12. History of neoplasm: a. Date of diagnosis, diagnosis. b.

Assess pain (quality, intensity, location, Constipation, related to action of medication fever or flank pain. NURSING PROCESS FOCUS Clients Receiving Opioid Therapy (Continued) ADAMMC18_0131756656 2/11/07 2:35 PM Page 229. Implementation