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Whats This Lump On My Lower Left Abdomen C Onstipated
Stool or tumor: Most likely if constipated, the 'lump' is retained stool. However in adults colon cancer or other pressure can cause a change in bowel habits. If you have experienced a change in bowel habits or see blood in stool, you should see your doctor as soon as possible. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Hi I have a lump in my
Lower left abdomen it's extremely painful when lent on or pressed. Lumps egg sized. Not constipated thanks.
Could be a hernia: The first thing that comes to mind with the above description is an incarcerated hernia, although there could be other causes as well. An incarcerated hernia is potentially, but not always a surgical emergency. It would require a hands-on examination by a surgeon to make that determination. Sometimes it requires immediate operation to prevent or treat gangrenous bowel. ...Read more
Yes it could: This is nonspecific, but constipation is certainly on the lst. Could be a muscle spasm of your trunk muscle as well. If it happened once, there is probably no need to seek medical care. If it is persistent and/or severe, see your primary care provider for a more compete evaluation. Hope this helps! ...Read more
On my lower left abdomen, 5 yrs ago there was a log type feeling there, Dr said constipation, took lazido the pain went but the log feeling didn't,???
Left and distension: it could be that you did have constipation 5 years ago and the medication helped, but you may also have some other problem causing this distension or lump. Please see your doctor, maybe a gynecologist and/or gastroenterologist. A pelvic exam is needed at the very least. If you are very thin, you might just be feeling your bowel, but further investigation is needed. ...Read more
I have been feeling pain at my lower left abdomen when i poke it and have been constipated for 2 days now. Is it because of my constipation that i feel pain?
Have mild pain in my lower left abdomen which increases at times. Is it normal in IBS with constipation?What should I do to reduce the pain?
May be...: Although the information is not enough to make a sensible suggestion, the location and nature of pain deserve considering possible urinary stone or diverticulitis or musculoskeletal pain. Ibs may exist along with intermittent constipation. So, you should focus on how to normalize your bowel by eating gi-friendly diet such as more fiber, prune, less sugary, fat, and salt... So, see doc timely... ...Read more
Would I be able to feel a hard lump in my lower left abdomen with colon cancer. I have a heavy dull feeling there?
Not necessarily : Usually there is no lump associated with colon cancer unless it is advanced. It sounds like your worried however, and should definitely see your primary care provider for an exam and more complete evaluation. Timing depends on severity of symptoms and your level of concern. Hope this helps! ...Read more
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