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121 Possible Causes for Chronic Abdominal Pain, Fever, Hyperactive Bowel Sounds

  • Intestinal Tuberculosis

    An 18-year old Sri Lankan Muslim female presented with chronic abdominal pain and weight loss.[] CONCLUSION: Abdominal pain, vomiting, fever and weight loss are the commonest symptoms in abdominal tuberculosis.[] The common symptoms were chronic right lower abdominal and periumbilical pain (87.7%), weight loss (80.2%), anemia (64.2%), diarrhea (46.9%), fever (43.2%), diarrhea alternating[]

  • Tropical Sprue

    Subsequently, diarrhea partially subsides, but nausea, anorexia, abdominal pain and fatigue are experienced. Steatorrhea may be an important indication of TS.[] During the initial phase: Acute diarrhea (gets worse on consuming oily-foods) Fever Weakness, fatigue Cramps in the abdomen causing severe abdominal pain Excess accumulation[] Symptoms and Signs Patients commonly have acute diarrhea with fever and malaise.[]

  • Intestinal Lymphoma

    […] diarrhea and abdominal pain ref .[] […] in a 53 years old patient, who was initially diagnosed with bilateral pneumonia with pleurisy with E. coli, steeper on the right side, but the persistence of symptoms as fever[] Flatting 3 Weight loss 2 Iron deficiency anemia 2 Nausea or vomiting 2 Fatigue 1 Steatorrhea 1 Intestinal invagination 1 Perforation 1 Abdominal mass 1 Exsudative enteropathy 1 Fever[]

  • Giardiasis

    Symptoms include diarrhea, abdominal pain, bloating, nausea, and vomiting. In chronic giardiasis the symptoms are recurrent and malabsorption and debilitation may occur.[] Fever is rarely present. Occasionally, some will have chronic diarrhea over several weeks or months, with significant weight loss. How soon do symptoms appear?[] Coexistence of Helicobacter pylori and Intestinal Parasitosis in Children with Chronic Abdominal Pain. Turkiye Parazitol Derg. 2016;40(1):32–6. pmid:27222333.[]

  • Food Allergy

    Pain Loss Of Appetite Constipation Malabsorption Gastritis Ulcerative Colitis Irritable Bowel Syndrome Celiac Disease Weight Gain Genitourinary Bedwetting Chronic Bladder[] Other flaviviruses include those that cause dengue, yellow fever, and West Nile fever.[] Food intolerance Symptoms of a food intolerance vary widely and can include: Bloating and tummy (abdominal) pain. Diarrhoea or loose stools. Skin rashes and itching.[]

  • Acute Gastroenteritis

    […] process) Abdominal pain Borborygmi Perianal erythema See Clinical Presentation for more details.[] This disease is characterized by vomiting and/or diarrhea with blood or mucus, discomfort, fever, and nonspecific abdominal pain.[] It has been suggested that high fever is generally caused by bacteria, while mild fever indicates viral gastroenteritis.[]

  • Recurrent Small Bowel Obstruction

    Signs Vital Sign s: Dehydration vs SIRS Criteria ( Sepsis ) Sinus Tachycardia Hypotension Bowel sounds Initial: High pitched, hyperactive bowel sounds Later: Hypoactive or[] These patients often present with chronic abdominal pain and vomiting with or without signs of intestinal obstruction or strangulation.[] There was no fever nor diarrhoea. Over the last few years, multiple short periods of abdominal pain had occurred, comparable to this event.[]

  • Irritable Bowel Syndrome

    The bowel sounds may vary depending on whether the patient has constipation (bowel sounds may be hypoactive) or diarrhea (bowel sounds may be hyperactive).[] KEYWORDS: Chronic abdominal pain; Dysbiosis; Gut permeability; Low grade inflammation[] […] for diagnosing irritable bowel syndrome is suggested, using the Rome II criteria and the presence of alarm symptoms such as weight loss, gastrointestinal bleeding, anemia, fever[]

  • Lactose Intolerance

    Lactase deficiency: not more common in pediatric patients with inflammatory bowel disease than in patients with chronic abdominal pain.[] Carcinoid syndrome Cystic fibrosis Diabetic gastropathy Kwashiorkor Zollinger-Ellison syndrome Iatrogenic Chemotherapy Colchicine-induced in patients with familial Mediterranean fever[] Black tarry stools • Bloody diarrhea, or bright red blood in your stool • Unexplained fatigue • Pain in the stomach area that improves or worsens when you eat • Persistent fever[]

  • Diverticulitis

    bowel sounds Absent bowel sounds (perforation) Generalized abdominal pain with rebound and guarding (perforation) Urinary tract findings (colovesicular/colovaginal fistula[] abdominal pain and to treat obstipation, irritable bowel syndrome and colitis.[] Fever. Abdominal tenderness. Constipation or, less commonly, diarrhea.[]

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