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6,656 Possible Causes for Abdominal Pain, Frothy or Foamy Urine, Hypervolemia

  • Nephrotic Syndrome

    Other common effects include anemia, foamy urine, frothy urine, and shortness of breath.[] Think of spontaneous bacterial peritonitis in patient with fever and abdominal pain. Thromboembolic Events 2-9% of children with nephrotic syndrome will develop clots.[] Diagnosis of nephrotic syndrome Diagnosing nephrotic syndrome involves a number of tests, including: urine tests – excessive protein makes the urine appear frothy and foamy[]

  • Post-Streptococcal Glomerulonephritis

    Complications in severe cases Circulatory hypervolemia / Congestive heart failure 15. Encephalopathy 16.[] One week before entry he noted swelling and pain about several joints, lasting for 2 or 3 days, and 4 days before admission he experienced lower abdominal pain, anorexia,[] Physical examination may reveal hypervolemia, edema, or hypertension.[]

  • Acute Glomerulonephritis

    Proteinuria (protein in the urine) which may present as foamy urine (frothy). Edema (swelling) most prominent in the face, hands, abdomen and feet.[] pain Chronic Glomerulonephritis Prevention There is no known way to prevent chronic glomerulonephritis.[] Other symptoms include nausea, anorexia, vomiting, arthralgia, and abdominal pain. Furthermore in these cases, hypertension is usually absent or mild.[]

  • Anemia

    Fluid overload (hypervolemia) causes decreased hemoglobin concentration and apparent anemia: General causes of hypervolemia include excessive sodium or fluid intake, sodium[] You may have stomach pain or abdominal cramping with your bowel movements.[] Extremely large spleens cause abdominal pain and a feeling of fullness after eating a small amount of food.[]

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  • Lipoid Nephrosis

    Diagnosis of nephrotic syndrome Diagnosing nephrotic syndrome involves a number of tests, including: urine tests – excessive protein makes the urine appear frothy and foamy[] Mesangial deposits Young men 15-30 Henoch-Schonlein Purpura Same as above, plus systemic disease: purpura of extremities, arthritis, colicky abdominal pain.[] Symptoms of nephrotic syndrome The symptoms of nephrotic syndrome include: foamy and frothy urine unexplained weight loss general malaise (feeling unwell) oedema (fluid retention[]

    Missing: Hypervolemia
  • Fabry Disease

    Neuropathic pain, hypohidrosis, and recurrent abdominal pain in childhood or adolescence should include Fabry disease in the differential diagnosis to facilitate earlier diagnosis[] Three patients had severe episodic abdominal pain attacks and proteinuria, and were misdiagnosed as familial Mediterranean fever.[] A 57-year-old male with a family history and laboratory findings of Fabry disease, was consulted for severe abdominal pain, undulating pyrexia, weight loss and diarrhea.[]

    Missing: Hypervolemia
  • Post-Infectious Glomerulonephritis

    He was anuric (urine output 100 cc/24 hours) and was started on hemodialysis for hypervolemia; blood and urine cultures were negative.[] Non-specific symptoms seen include tiredness, gastrointestinal upset (nausea, vomiting, abdominal pain), loss of appetite and malaise.[] Physical examination may reveal hypervolemia, edema, or hypertension.[]

  • Ascites

    Postoperative complications included: infection of the shunt in 3 patients (4.8%), shunt obstruction in 4 (6.4%) and transient abdominal pain in 4 (6.4%).[] This theory was developed in accordance with the observation that patients with cirrhosis have intravascular hypervolemia rather than hypovolemia.[] All patients were admitted to the hospital because of abdominal pain and dyspnea due to increasing ascites.[]

    Missing: Frothy or Foamy Urine
  • Cor Pulmonale

    History and Physical Symptoms may include dyspnea on exertion (most common), fatigue, lethargy, exertional syncope and exertional chest pain, abdominal edema or distension[] […] provides definitive diagnosis but rarely is necessary For its therapy -- Prevention and treatment of cor pulmonale are focused on correction of hypoxia and acidosis, control of hypervolemia[] They include: Fatigue Shortness of breath with exertion or at rest Loss of appetite Wheezing Chronic productive cough Abdominal swelling Swelling of hands and feet Chest pain[]

    Missing: Frothy or Foamy Urine
  • Overeating

    (Image: Tuned_In/iStock/Getty Images) Nearly everyone has overindulged in good food at least once and has experienced the resulting abdominal discomfort.[] Understandably, this triggers pain. But once you’ve overeaten, as one does during holidays that revolve around feasting, you can’t exactly undo it.[] The pain, gas, indigestion and other symptoms often experienced after overeating can also impair your ability to focus on your work and other everyday tasks.[]

    Missing: Frothy or Foamy Urine Hypervolemia

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