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A 41-year-old member asked:

why do i always have lower abdominal pain?

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Dr. Neil Ellis
Anesthesiology 13 years experience
Depends: Depending on the timing, associations and severity of your abdominal pain it could range from very benign conditions to things that could be more worrisome. See your primary care provider and get to the bottom of your pain. Hopefully it is an easy fix!

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I'm having very strong lower abdominal pain where it hurts so bad I fold over. what could it be?

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Dr. Edward Neilsen
Family Medicine 19 years experience
See a Doctor: Too many possibilities to guess...Could be something as "simple" as a bladder infection or as serious as appendicitis. Constipation, infections, ovarian problems...See a doctor and they should be able to figure it out.
A 33-year-old member asked:

My girlfriend is having terrible lower abdominal pain?

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Dr. Tim McDonough
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Call your doctor.: Abdominal pain requires evaluation by a doctor, not an on-line answer.
A 34-year-old member asked:

Upper and lower abdominal pain, suddenly developed, should I go to work?

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Psychiatry 32 years experience
Pain: With limited info. You provided, best to have it looked at, especially if sharp pain & limits your activities.
A 36-year-old member asked:

I've lower abdominal pain, with pain radiating down both thighs. What could this be?

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Dr. Sergio Casillas-Romero
Specializes in Colon and Rectal Surgery
Multiple reasons: Multiple reasons, most commonly ibs. This is a functional problem of the colon with symptoms of pain, bloating, diarrhea or constipation or both. You should change your diet, add some extra fiber, avoid fatty or fried foods, dairy products and careful with caffeine and alcohol. If symptoms persists, go with your doctor.
A female asked:

Hello, its been more than a week now i have been having lower abdominal pain as if am getting my periods and it sudden disappears and also been always?

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Dr. Rebecca Gliksman
Internal Medicine 38 years experience
Lower abdominal pain: Please check for urinary tract infection or vaginitis/ rarely PID -may have vaginitis without a discharge. if negative consider GI issues like constipation, gas, or ileitis, diverticulitis( that is usually one sided). f/u/ w/ doc

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