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Sharp Pain On Lower Abdomen
Lots of things!: Symptoms are non-specific, but concerning. Gi-related problems can originate from the small intestine (crohn's, infection, partial obstruction), the colon (colitis, appendicitis, tb, altered motility), the kidney & collecting system (ascending infection, stones), ovaries, tubes, uterus, hernias that may contain bowel, bleeding, abscess...You get the point. Please seek evaluation/treatment. ...Read more
Go see a doctor: Depending on what makes the pain better or worse, when the pain comes, if it's sharp or dull, if it's associated with food or not, there are many different causes of abdominal pain. One of the most common causes of right lower abdominal pain is the appendix which requires emergent surgery. You would need an exam and possibly other testing to make the diagnosis. ...Read more
Random sharp pain in lower abdomen that lasted for a couple of seconds and now it's gone. What does this indicate? Is this serious?
Call your doctor: With symptoms this complex, you owe it to yourself to call your doctor to help you make sense out of them. ...Read more
Sharp pain in lower abdomen and groin area that comes and goes for almost 5 years now. Possible causes?
Confused: Why you have not found the answer in such a long time? If you don't have health insurance, an urgent care visit or doctor visit can't be more than $200.00 for an opportunity to speak to all your symptoms and get an exam with a reasonable differential diagnosis. Why wait so long? Here is one possibility: osteitis pubis. ...Read more
Got sharp pain in lower abdomen a few days ago and now side is sore and hurts to stretch it. What could this be.
Had Paragard inserted Mon. Now sharp pain left lower abdomen. Will it stop? Is it normal? Follow up with doc next Fri. May just have it removed.
I am male, 23 years old....
since last few days i am feeling slight sharp pain in lower abdomen. but my stool and urine seem normal.. why?
Need more info: You will need a proper physical exam to help elicit the reason, and thus I think you should probably see a doctor in person. He/She will also be able to ask you plenty of questions to elicit the information necessary to make a proper diagnosis. Unfortunately, there just aren't enough details above. Good luck. ...Read more
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