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What Causes A Sharp Pain In The Lower Abdomen While Urinating
Besides UTI what could cause often urination, fishy smell urine and pain before and after urination and sharp pain in the lower abdomen?
Urine is the product of the kidneys, which is produced to eliminate the waste products of metabolism, manage body fluid balance, &maintain acid-base balance. The blood is first filtered by the kidneys, and the composition of the resulting fluid is then altered depending on the body's needs. It is composed of mostly water, and breakdown products from blood cells impart ...Read more
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
I have sharp pain in my lower abdomen. Frequent urination urgency with little urine. Like a pinching pain?
Every time I wake up in the morning to have to urinate/defacate, my intestines/lower abdomen are in sharp pain. Especially, after I go. What's wrong?
Have to Go in AM: You might read==> http://www. Healthhype. Com/morning-diarrhea-daily-chronic-causes-and-treatment. Html for some insight. Morning defection itself is not abnormal, but the pain may well be a red flag to some underlying pathology such as ibs or ibd, especially if these symptoms are new to you. I would make an appointment with a gastroenterologist to have a thorough evaluation. ...Read more
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
Sharp pain in lower abdomen and groin area that comes and goes for almost 5 years now. Possible causes?
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
I have been having a recurring sharp pain followed by cramps on my lower abdomen, it's been a week now. The pain seems to worsen when I am sitting down or pressed for the loo. Is there cause for concern?
Abdominal pain: Yes! If this is recurrent, I would be concerned. You must not ignore these symptoms and be seen. ...Read more
I have been having sharp pain on my lower abdomen, any time I want to bend down. Plz what could be the cause?
Stomach pain: We need much more information :your activity level, your general health, any problems you've had in the past. Based on what you said it sounds like it's probably some muscular or skeletal problem. My needs to examine you. ...Read more
When I lift my arms up over my head and arch my back to stretch, I get a shooting sharp pain through my lower abdomen. What could cause sharp pain?
Spine problem: You may be compressing a nerve root in your spine when you arch your back in the manner you describe. You should see a neurologist who may need to order an MRI or ct scan to see why this happens: disc disease, tumor, bone growth, etc. Until you are seen and evaluated, try not to stretch in that manner, and do not see a chiropracter. ...Read more
Today I sneezed and for a good 10 seconds I had a sharp pain in the lower abdomen, what could that be? Last month a had a colonoscpy and endoscopy
I feel sharp pain in scrotum n lower abdomen during intercourse. Pain is like someone hit the scrotum with force.
Diverticulitis, kidn: The most common cause of gi-related left lowed quadrant pain is acute diverticulitis. This may be also give you fever, and loose stools. Colitis can also do this but will often also have blood in the stool. Other common causes may include kidney stones, pelvic inflammatory disease in women and a number of musculoskeletal complaints like groin pulls. ...Read more
A variety of causes: Left lower quadrant pain in a 17 year old female can be due to a variety of causes, both gynecological, urological or gastrointestinal. If you have no intestinal symptoms, such as diarrhea, nausea or vomiting, it is less likely to be GI. Urological causes can be stones or urinary tract infection. Gynecological causes can be cysts, pregnancy, endometriosis, infection. See your PCP for input. ...Read more
Prostatitis: At 22 yrs of age, the most likely cause by far would be prostatits for a male. Get examined by a physician (or urologist if available). ...Read more
Pain: Badder infections are common and can cause those symptoms. But the lower abdomen have multiple organs and its hard to say without a history and physical examination. ...Read more
Seek medical advice: To differetiate the potential causes of your pain. ...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 a c-sec about 3 months ago and I have a sharp pain occasionally on left side of pelvis or lower abdomen? Is that normal?
Talk to ur doc: Your doctor will be happy to talk with you and evaluate the problem ...Read more
I get a sharp pain in my right lower abdomen and in my back, then I get a stabbing migraine with loss of hunger. What should I do?
Pain in right lower abdomen, not sharp pain, but it is paining whole day, pain increases while walking or while touching right Testicle.?
Urologist or surgeon:
Pain in the lower abdomen, which increases on activity or touching the testicle, could be due to an inflammation of the sperm ducts (epididymitis) or an inguinal (groin) hernia, among other things. They should be treated. Start by consulting a urologist or general surgeon.
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