Walk-in Clinic for Abdominal Pain in Jamestown, ND
Medallus Urgent Care offers walk-ins for abdominal pain near you! We are always here to meet your healthcare needs. For more information, call us today.
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Can you go to urgent care for abdominal pain?
When should you go to urgent care for abdominal pain?
How do I know if my stomach pain is serious, and when should I go to the ER?
Do you accept walk-ins for abdominal pain near me in Jamestown, ND?
Sometimes abdominal pain can be an emergency. Sometimes the emergency is minor but still requires urgent attention, while other times the emergency is major and requires emergency room (ER) care. For minor abdominal pain emergencies, Medallus Urgent Care can provide relief on the spot. We are a walk-in clinic for abdominal pain in Jamestown ND, so you don’t have to make an appointment!
You can go to an urgent care clinic for a minor abdominal pain emergency. With an urgent care clinic like ours, you can simply walk right in for immediate service. Appointments are never necessary for minor emergencies.
Urgent care is fully qualified to handle minor, non-life-threatening emergencies, so they will be able to diagnose and treat the condition causing your abdominal pain. They can also provide prescription pain medication or refer you to a specialist, if necessary. Some of the conditions our health care providers can handle include acid reflux, food intolerances, urinary tract infections, and more.
This is a very good question and the answer depends entirely on the type and severity of abdominal pain you are experiencing. The general rule is that if you are experiencing abdominal pain that you are sure is not life-threatening, then the situation is minor and you can go to an urgent care clinic. However, if you are unsure whether the pain could be life-threatening, or if it is life-threatening, then you must go to the emergency room.
It can be difficult to tell whether your stomach pain is serious, so if you’re unsure, then you should consider it an emergency and go to the ER. And if any of the following conditions are a concern along with the stomach pain, then you should absolutely seek ER care:
– Chest tightness and upper abdominal pain
– You had recent abdominal surgery or an endoscopy/colonoscopy
– You have a history of gastric bypass surgery, heart attacks, stroke, or heart disease
– You are bleeding and are pregnant
– You are vomiting blood
– You are experiencing blood with your bowel movements
– You have a high fever
– You are having difficulty breathing or chest pain
– You had severe, sudden-onset abdominal pain
If you are experiencing any of the conditions above, then you must call 911 and seek emergency care. Only emergency care is properly equipped to handle major abdominal pain and the symptoms associated with it.
Yes, we do! Medallus Urgent Care has a Jamestown walk-in location at 721A 1st Ave South Jamestown, ND. 58401. You can come to us with any minor abdominal pain emergency, and you don’t have to make an appointment. Just walk right in for immediate care. We’re here for you 7 days a week, from 9 am to 6 pm, so you can come see us whenever you have a minor emergency. We hope to see you soon here at Medallus Urgent Care in Jamestown.
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