Someone with an enlarged pancreas feels pancreatic pain in the upper abdomen, where the pancreas is located, states WebMD. While consuming food or drink, a person with pancreatitis may experience severe pain that radiate... More »

The pancreas is located in the upper abdomen, which is where pancreatic pain is commonly felt, however it can also radiate from there to the back. Pancreatic pain is caused by the enlargement of the pancreas, which is ca... More »

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Some symptoms of a hypoechoic lesion in the pancreas may be weight loss, hypoglycemia coupled with a greater secretion of insulin, and abdominal pain, says Healio. A hypoechoic lesion is an area on a sonogram that is dar... More »

Chronic pancreatitis is long-term inflammation of the pancreas that creates constant pain in the upper abdomen, reports WebMD. The pain radiates to the back and may be immobilizing for some patients. Acute pancreatitis i... More »

An infected appendix usually causes pain in the lower right side of the abdomen, according to Healthline. However, some patients have pain in the upper and lower abdomen, back and rectum, reports WebMD. More »

Patients typically do not feel pain immediately after receiving an injection into the knee, states WebMD. This is because the local anesthetic that the doctor uses numbs the joint. More »

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Side pain can indicate many conditions ranging from a pulled muscle to cancer, but the side of the body the pain occurs and whether it is the upper or lower abdomen is useful in determining its cause, according to Mayo C... More »

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