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Lower Abdominal And Pelvic Pain In Women
Severe bloating, passing large brown clots week before period, terrible abdominal/pelvic pain and SOB. What could this be?
27 female-abdominal pain lower quadrant both sides loose stools/diarrhea/anal fissures. Pulsing rectal pain. +midcycle pelvic pain too.- just ibs?
See a GI ; GYN: And get checked for ibs, ibd / inflammatory bowel disease, intestinal infection, polyps, uterine fibroids etc.Best wishes! http://www.m.webmd.com/a-to-z-guides/digestive-diseases-diarrhea. http://www.m.webmd.com/pain-management/guide/pelvic-pain. ...Read moreGet help from a doctor now ›
I have moderate to severe (gradual) abdominal and pelvic pain which comes in waves that are sharp and crampy. Pain in my lower back and side.
How come I had a short and sharp pain in lower right abdominal and pelvic pain during bowel movement?
Referred pain?: The rectum, uterus and bladder are anatomically close to one another and the sensory nerves are interconnected to some degree. If you had a hard or large bowel movement. or were straining, this could trigger referred pain to the lower abdomen & pelvis. If this pain recurs or if it, becomes more frequent, severe or long lasting, you should see a doctor. Best wishes. ...Read moreGet help from a doctor now ›
I am 54 female with abdominal and pelvic pain. I have difficulties upon urination. I've also been having discharge from my bellybutton.
I have had very dull lower abdominal/pelvic pain. it usually comes for causing this new sharp pain?
Multiple causes: A lot of causes can produce abdominal pain and not all of which is related to a GYN cause. A cyclic pain that is often related with your periods can be a sign that it may be GYN related. See your GYN for further discussion about this pain; You can also set up a consult with me to discuss this further best wishes Dr M ...Read moreGet help from a doctor now ›
I have chronic lower abdominal/ pelvic pain that is accompanied by lower back pain. I've had this for two years. Still no answers. What could this be?
Tough case: Chronic pelvic pain is one of the more difficult diagnoses to pin down. If it is cyclical (worse with periods) then consider endometriosis as a likely possibility. You might need a laparoscopy to make the diagnosis, as ultrasound is often not helpful. Other possibilities are urinary tract, bowel, or musculoskeletal related pain. You may need to see several docs to be sure. Good luck with this! ...Read moreGet help from a doctor now ›
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