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Doctor insights on: Burning Feeling In Left Lower Abdomen Symptoms

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I have a mild burning sensation in the lower abdomen I have a mild burning sensation in the lower abdomen which linger into the vaginal area. There is no burning on the outside its just a slight feeling on the inside. Not painful just annoying. Have no

The : The first thing you should do is see your doctor for an evaluation and work up. You may have a UTI (urinary tract infection). If no diagnosis is made then you can discontinue the supplements and monitor for improvement. Best of luck. ...Read more

Lower Abdomen (Definition)

The lower abdomen is the area below the umbilicus(belly button) from one side of the ...Read more


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I've been getting sharp stabbing pain lower abdomen, feel the need to pass gas but can't, burning feeling around the chest area also?

I've been getting sharp stabbing pain lower abdomen, feel the need to pass gas but can't, burning feeling around the chest area also?

Need to see MD: Regardless of your age these symptoms are always of concern and you should see your physician or if severe and acute go to an er. At 26 years of age the probability of something serious is low but not unhead of. Again these symptoms cannot be written off as not serious until after your physician does a thorough exam. ...Read more

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Bilateral hernia repair with mesh 2 weeks ago. feeling burning sensation and pain in lower abdomen, and horrible sweat attacks?

Bilateral hernia repair with mesh 2 weeks ago. feeling burning sensation and pain in lower abdomen, and horrible sweat attacks?

Kind of normal: It is kind of normal to have these feeling after a hernia repair. Did you have the surgery as open procedure, or laparoscopic.? Make sure that you follow your surgeon instructions. Apply heat pad and take more ibuprofen than narcotic, and make sure that your bowels are soft and you are going every day. If pain persisted or start associated with fever, and redness, make sure that you see surgeon. ...Read more

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Experiencing sharp, intermittent, burning pains in lower abdomen. Past history of ulcerative colitis, no current symptoms, no flare-up in 10 yrs.?

Experiencing sharp, intermittent, burning pains in lower abdomen. Past history of ulcerative colitis, no current symptoms, no flare-up in 10 yrs.?

Ulcerative colitis: Low abdominal pain could be from many different causes but in a patient with a history of uc i'd certainly be concerned about a flare-up. When's the last time you had a colonoscopy? It's probably time to see you gastroenterologist. ...Read more

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I feel very nauseous all the time lower abdomen left back burning pain lots of wind faecal ob test calprotectin -ive itchy and painfull anus no consti?

Need to consult GI: NAUSEA IS USUALLY A SYMPTOM OF UPPER GI TRACT , -INDIGESTION DUE TO STOMACH, OR GALL BLADDER PROBLEMS . ITCHY AND PAINFUL ANUS COULD BE DUE TO ANAL FISSURE. TRY AVOID EATING FATTY FRIED FOOD, CHEESE AND RED MEAT. IF NO RELIEF CONSULT GI ...Read more

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What causes burning sensations in lower abdomen in men. My husband has it and it comes and goes?

What causes burning sensations in lower abdomen in men. My husband has it and it comes and goes?

No short answer: A number of possibillities, if he does much lifting he may be straining the muscles. He may have a prostate infection (that's often back pain though). He could have diverticulosis (pockets in the intestine) and they may get obstructed and/or infected at times(more often left side). Also chronic appendicitis (right sided) is a possibility although the medical community disagrees on of it occurs. ...Read more