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i have internal lower abdomen pain, it goes away at rest but it comes back as soon as i get up, no problem eating or passing gas, what is the reason?

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Dr. Rebecca Gliksman
37 years experience Internal Medicine
Lower abdominal pain: Right or left? May be internal hernia like spigelian hernia, or even inguinal- any swelling in groin or scrotum? may be from sciatica as well. Appy tends to be more constant,but may be a form of ileitis. rarely may be intermittent torsion or testicle Would follow up today with ER visit or urgent care in case imaging is needed.
Answered on Mar 21, 2016

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